We all desire that magical feeling called love. The average person can’t actually describe love, and yet we all desire what we imagine it to be. Instead of starting with ourselves to find our happiness, and the love we desire, most people search outside of themselves expecting someone else to show them their worth, and give their life meaning. What many people don’t seem to realize is that to find the love they desire first starts with them loving themselves.
A relationship should enhance your life, not be your life. The mistake that many people make is letting their loneliness and need for companionship get in the way of finding the best relationship for them. There are many people that don’t know or don’t take the time to figure out what it is they need and want from a relationship. But, they will instead go into a relationship trying to make it what they think it should be. Along the way they never take into account what the other person might want and need, or what the other persons expectations for a relationship might be. A person can be so caught up in how they think things should be, that they don’t allow themselves to enjoy things that are already good about their relationship.
The search for love has to start with you. It’s about you loving you, and knowing what you need and want in your life, and in your relationships. It’s about finding the person that has the same or similar needs, wants and values that you do, and not expecting someone to change to fit what your perception of a partner should be.
The pot of gold is always at the end of the rainbow. The reason people can’t find it is because in most cases they are just too lazy to do the work it will take to get there.
Are you being honest in your search for love?
Love and blessings in divine order,
Song: “Here We Go Again” - Angie Stone
From the book “It’s All In How You look At It(thoughts and questions about love and relationships)