It seems in life that we are constantly on the journey of looking for Mr. or Mrs. Right… We spend agonizing years from teens to adulthood seeking this person that will fulfill our purpose and make life worth enjoying. We search for this one to rescue us, like that of a fairy tale, but ask yourself… “Rescue me from what, exactly?”
Are we really asking to be rescued from ourselves? How can we expect another to take us from our own darkness into light? This is an impossible endeavor; the journey will be long, arduous and unfulfilled in the end.
Instead, tell yourself “I am the one to rescue me,” “I am Mr. or Mrs. Right” NOT Mr. or Mrs. Right now but the one worthy of the long haul.
A very important self-learned life lesson is that it is so very important to work on you first. If we put the same energy into ourselves that we put into finding another or CHANGING another, imagine the person you will be in love with. Imagine looking into the mirror and saying “ I LOVE this person” “you are just right for me” these are the conversations we need to have with ourselves. We need to love us first, work on our inner core so that we are able to emanate our own light and like a moth to a flame your counterpart surely will arrive, only to add to your light, not ignite it.
Spend time with yourself, get to know YOU. What do you like? Are you the outdoors type? What is your belief system? Where do you stand on your own feet? Are you on solid ground or sinking quicksand? Self-love is one of the most attractive qualities a person can possess.
In this day and age where sex is so easily had and sold by main stream I assure you it will not be what keeps anyone around. That is merely a small part of a truly whole and complete relationship.
Form your own love, become that person you are looking for. Take the time out of your schedule of texting, tweeting and main streaming and find who you are so that you can rescue yourself through love and understanding. This way another may just find you as appealing as you do, and you then BECOME the right one! –Ask Ms Dare I Say