Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Matt Smith's character The 11th Doctor from Dr. Who once said, ~We all change. When you think about it, we're all different people through our lives, and that's okay. That's good. You got to keep moving so long as you remember all the people you used to be...~ If you think about it, you can certainly have a Doctor Who like perspective on life, especially when it comes to matters of the heart. For it can most definitely be a thought provoking situation indeed regarding the many changing faces, in a manner of speaking, involving true happiness and/or utter heartbreak. In a sense, a person goes through a personal transformation of sorts as one runs to or away from absolute uncertainty and pain all-the-while traveling in our own individual TARDIS otherwise known as the human heart. As I said before, each one of us have gone or are going through a personal transformation of sorts running towards or away from absolute uncertainty and pain while traveling in our own individual TARDIS otherwise known as the human heart. Thinking about it further, though it may seem smaller on the outside, there is truly an amazing vastness in size located within that if you allowed someone to enter in to explore he/she would end up getting lost, in a good way of course. Essentially, it's that certain someone you allow in who becomes a permanent companion sharing unforgettable memories with to the point where the past, present, as well as future is and will able always be considered to be an absolute adventure in more ways than one. Without a doubt, an individual can go through a transformation of sorts or in this particular case a regeneration pertaining to love and starting over. Granted, you don't necessarily physically change into an entirely different body/face but changes do occur personally, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually as well. Sadly, when those changes happen that can leave someone with the possibility of painful metaphorical scars a war within begins in which there is a struggle/battle to not let yourself destroy everything/everyone around you so much so you become completely embarrassed of THAT person. Hey, every guy/girl has past heartbreak where there isn't any acknowledgement whatsoever of the individual he/she once were due to one's disgraceful actions during his/her time of embattled inner turmoil. Let me ask you this question to those who are die hard fans of the series Dr. Who, which incarnation of the Doctor/companion relationship exemplified a strong worthwhile love story for the ages? I think it would be safe to say The Doctor/David Tennant and Rose Tyler/Billie Piper is the answer most Whovians would chose as the clear winner. However, one could very well argue that River Song is the true love of The Doctor's life, which is quite debatable. In any case, my personal choice that exemplifies an ideal companion would be a combination of a strong willed, vulnerability of Rose Tyler with a pinch of outspoken independence of Donna Noble and the determined ambition of Martha Jones. In addition, the settled and reserved nature mixed with a hint of child like innocence of Amelia Pond along with with mysterious intrigue of Clara Oswald along with the scary, chaotic charm of River Song. In retrospect, to be in an worthwhile established relationship that is able to span through time and space is what every person wants in the long run. A relationship with your forever best friend where you find more fun and thrilling excitement instead of unwanted Dalek-like drama that attempts to exterminate that dream. What it primarily comes down to is utilizing your quintessential sonic screwdriver aka your mind and making the right informed decisions that involve your heart whatever they may be. True, they may not at times be the right ones but at least you're able to make the corrections in the present once you do finally find love/true love for the future without spoilers. In the end, to those living the single life such as myself keep hope alive so that you will one day meet your companion who will step into the TARDIS of your heart and when you know he'll/she'll never leave your side all you say/yell out from the top of your lungs with a smile on your face is geronimo.