Wednesday, January 01, 2014

Incredible

Someone once said, ~Love and friendship: Two of the most misused words in the human vocabulary. True friendship is about acceptance and growing together, not just the passing of time. And mature love is an action word, not just an emotion.~ If you think about it, there are so many words in the human vocabulary that describe/used in regards to matters of the heart. Unfortunately, its those same words in which they can be used in the wrong way as well. In any case, its an intimidating and not to mention scary situation indeed to find the right words to say in expressing how you feel for a certain someone to where it can feel as if the whole world is watching you; but if those feelings are reciprocated back its amazingly worthwhile.

As I said before, its an intimidating and not to mention scary situation indeed to find the right words to say in expressing how you feel for a certain someone to where it can feel as if the whole world is watching you; but if those feelings are reciprocated back its amazingly worthwhile. True, there is an innate feeling of being in all intensive purposes center stage about to open up and completely put yourself out there knowing there is a 50/50 chance of either facing the cheers of true happiness or the jeers of utter heartbreak. Thinking about it further, the proverbial stage fright a person feels is considered normal and as much as there is a sense of calm on the outside it's totally different on the inside.

Without a doubt, two of the countless fears each of us initially freak out about is acceptance and questioning whether if the guy/girl will love the real you. Of course, there are so many other doubts, fears, etc. that its at times impossible to count or even name them all just like all the stars in the night sky. For it's a sad state of affairs when someone simply focuses on the many problems that may potentially burn out a relationship, so to speak, instead of focusing on the bright, illuminating beauty two people could very well share together. In other words, be the two brightest stars in the sky for those to look upon so much so you'll continually be remembered in a positive way for years to come.

Let me ask you this question to those who are currently center stage when it comes to being in a potential and/or significant relationship, are you experiencing now/have there been any initial problems that have come up? Essentially, there should be an active role in working together to iron out problems in the relationship and not be passive about it whereby one individual is doing all the work. Trust, respect, patience, honesty, understanding, faith, hope, intimacy, commitment, etc. are are merely words but if put into action involving love/true love they become special words with deep meaning. What it primarily comes down to is finding/meeting the right guy/girl who is mature enough in every way to help you show those words will never be misused on you.

In retrospect, love and friendship will always be synonymous with each other as one can't work without the other. Granted, many have tried and misused the two words causing the relationship itself to fail because of creating their own deluded interpretation of what it means to him/her/them. Let me tell you something, love starts out first and foremost as friendship. Ultimately, forging a strong, loving bond with your best friend for life will certainly put any fears your have for the future with him/her to rest leaving the past behind. Hey, the future will work itself out so focus on the present because in the end who/what you have in front of you right now is hopefully incredible, which is a song by one of pop music's most influential voices Celine Dion featuring Ne-Yo.

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