Romeo and Juliet
Once upon a time I was a little child. Every night before I went to bed my mother would tell me a story about two passionate and young lovers, Romeo and Juliet. Of course she would change the end into a happy one.
When I got older I became a real bookworm and read the Shakespere’s Romeo and Juliet and find out the real end that made me feel sad and somehow convinced me even more into a thought I was given from others.That thought was: ‘Everything that’s good last short.’ I was always a big romatic inside but never showed it, I always wanted to find my soulmate and be in love, I believed in commitment and true love.
As being a bookworm I spend a lot of time in one of my favourite places, the library where I found The Secret. After I read it I instantly knew what I wanted, so I started by using those three steps described in the book. I visualised him in my head, my perfect Romeo, believing that he will come very soon so that we can change the sad story into a happy and bright one. But I came across two problems…
The first problem was my insecurity. I had to accept myself before even asking the Universe for a soulmate because if you don’t love yourself not many people will. I never thought of myself as a pretty person but I somehow managed to accept me as I am. The second problem was about the visualising of my Romeo. I needed a physical image of him so that I could visualise him with me. I decided to find the most attractive man image that I ever saw, so my choice was the gorgeous outer appearance of Brad Pitt in the movie ‘The interview with a vampire’.
So after three weeks of being endlessly grateful, happy, positive and after visualising and imagining his love surrounding me, I finaly met him. I was at my favourite place (library) looking at some books when I accidentaly droped a book, while I was bending to reach it and pick it up I suddenly saw a hand grabbing it and heard a beautiful male voice saying: ‘Oh,please miss, let me. ‘I turned around, looked up and saw him. He was a spiten image of Brad Pitt as Louis and had the same smile. I was in shock, I stared at him without blinking and I was short of breath. My eyes got filled with tears of joy. He asked me am I alright and we started a conversation. He said he would love to see me again. That is how the happy version of Romeo and Juliet started and I am sure it won’t end soon and that it won’t end sad.
I hold great gratefulness to Rhonda and the Team, thank you for helping us understand life better and giving us the knowledge to perfect our lives.