Friday, August 14, 2009

In Pursuit of Your "Truest" Love

In pursuit of your true love, or in revaluating the love you have now, I strongly recommend and urge you to ask yourself these questions:

Is this person in whom you're interested - or presently in love with - kind? Gentle? Sweet-natured? Are they be able to love you for who you are and not for what you could do for them? Are they the type of person who stands by in your darkest hour? Or are they the extreme edition of the fair-weather friend? Are they loyal? Do they remain at your side when you need them the most? Do they let you be "needy?" Do you they respect whatever good Higher Power is running the Universe? Are they prejudiced against others of a different heritage? Do they care about the world? Other countries? Other cultures? Do they believe that their culture is the best culture? Or do they understand that we are all equal in the eyes of God - as we are all children of the same God?

Are they the type of person who is with you only when you're rich, and then they "divorce" you when you're poor? What kind of "tipper" are they? Are they cheap? Are they clean or hygenically-challenged? Are they selfish? Self-absorbed? Are they concerned for others? Do they ask people, "So how are you today?"

These are only some of the questions to ask in your search for true LOVE.

And I'm sure you are able to think of a few of your own...and please feel free to add them to the commentary for this post.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

You surprized me with the content. I was certain when I read the title, that you would be talking about searching for yourself and the real you...who, of course, should really be your one true love ---yourself!

Herbie J Pilato said...

I'm diggin' your comment, Anon. Wish you would tell me who you are.