You Can't Fit A Square In A Round Hole

I always say that you can learn a lot about a person in the first five minutes. People tell you and show you more than you are every aware of if you just pay attention. Sure, there may be jittery nerves and a bit of caution, but if you are alert the truth can’t hide. 

Sometimes in our search for love and our desperate attempt to get away from loneliness we continue to try and find something that connects us with another person even when the red flags are waving at full staff. What you have to remember is that just because you are single and someone else is single doesn’t mean that you are going to, or have to have a love match, and if you are already in a relationship that seems to already have a few too many differences you are probably never going to have anymore in common than you already do. 

It’s important to know and love yourself, and to know that you cannot make someone be the right person for you, just like you shouldn’t have to change to be the right person for someone else. Sometimes the writing is in big bold letters on the wall, but we refuse to see them, and in turn we allow ourselves to be verbally and sometimes physically mistreated all in the name of desired love. 

The belief in love is important, but believing that there is a right person who fits you perfectly is more important. With the right relationship you never have to try to fit the square into a round hole. 

Are you trying too hard?

Love and blessings in divine order, 


Song of the day: “When I Dream” - Barbra Streisand

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