The thing I always find funny is how when you meet someone you have to wonder who you just met. Did you really meet that person or did you meet their representative, and will the real them show up a couple of months down the line?
You wake-up one day, and say to yourself who is this person? Where did they come from, and what did they do with the person I though I was in a relationship with? The answer is simple “the Representative has left the build.”
Is it that a person doesn’t like themselves, or is it that they don't think they are good enough when they meet someone of interest, that they can’t be themselves? We want people to be honest with us, but yet many people don’t give that same honesty in return. The person never take into consideration that if they have to put on a show, and can’t be themselves, that maybe that person or the situation they are interested in isn’t right for them.
People like to blame the honeymoon phase being over for when the relationship begins to take a negative turn. Saying things like “the honeymoon is over” or “we needed some space.” The reality is that when the representative leaves the building and usually whoever is left is not someone that you might not have had anything to do with in the first place, and vice versa.
If you know and love who you are, then you know that the right person is out there for you. The right person will love you for all that you are, and not ask you to be someone different. You might be a little lonely waiting, but in the long run it will be worth the wait.
Who have you sent to the party you or the representative?
Love and blessings in divine order,
Song of the day: “ Who are You?” - Loose Ends