Love Comes When You Stop Needing
I’ve written my story several times as it was before, but as luck would have it, none of my entries made it to the actual website. I always took that as a sign that a better story is on it’s way and that’s why mine is not published yet! So let’s go to mine now.
I’m a 23 year old bubbly, happy, cute graduate student at one of the finest schools in India, and as far as I know myself, I have been obsessed about love. The whole fairytale, happily-ever-after life is what I have always wanted and wished for, and I did have to kiss a few frogs in the process!
I fell in love once and it didn’t work out the way I wanted it to. I wept and cried and wondered why the Universe was not delivering when I clearly deserve all the happiness in the world. I always did good, was good to everyone around me. Why was this happening to me?
It took me over two years to understand that I would find “the one” the moment I stopped needing him. I had to be completely happy, ecstatic just by myself. Make no mistake here though, I wanted my soulmate, but I didn’t need him. I was truly happy on my own, when it happened!
My best friend in college suddenly became someone else to me, and I realized how much he meant to me, so much more than just a friend! And it was no surprise to me that he always felt the same for me, too!
We have been together since two months now and I know that doesn’t really sound a lot but it’s been one hell of a ride. I love being in love with my best friend and I know he loves being in love with me! The wait all seems worth it.
The future seems dicey to him because he isn’t really acquainted with the LOA but I know that with time I can make him understand the powers of the universe. Sometimes I struggle with faith that the two of us are meant to be together, but I am managing to pull through and I am super confident that I will be great at this! It’s possible that my past experiences and overactive imagination are responsible for the struggles that I face, but now I am beginning to fully understand that it is nothing but the residual of my past negative thoughts. So, whenever any negative thoughts come my way, I just think of nice things or repeat “good thoughts, good thoughts!” in my head until I actually feel better.
It’s very easy to feel bad guys, the thoughts are vindictive and very, very tempting to dwell over. Feeling good at such times may seem hard, but once you’ve won that battle, the world will belong to you.
Thank you, Rhonda, for this life changing knowledge. I will remain eternally grateful to you for this.