For longer than I remember, I have been searching for someone. Someone to spend time with, someone to relate to, just someone I could share myself with.
For a lot of my life, I was never the ‘best looking guy’, all my friends were but I wasn’t. That actually never occurred to me, as I knew what type of person I was… Fun, out-going, and lovable. This however was never enough to find myself a girlfriend. And I couldn’t figure out why. I was surrounded by beautiful women. ‘WHY NOT ME?’ I would ask, but never get an answer.
The years rolled on and I still found myself single and becoming more and more depressed. I came to a place were I had completeley given up. I once heard someone say, ‘It’s when you’re not looking that someone will come along’. I used this as my excuse, and continued to feel uninterested. I stopped going out, didn’t reply to messages. I would even change the channel if I saw a couple kissing. I couldn’t handle it anymore. I was tired of getting choked up, holding back my emotion when I saw two people together enjoying one another’s company. I began to resent everything to do with love. I became very bitter.
Thankfully I had been searching (unconsciously I now know). I was speaking with a friend, he put me onto a book called Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walshe. My eyes were beginning to open. I read all 3 books within 2 months. I could feel a change within, but it wasn’t until I came across The Secret that it all fell into place!
I felt the change instantly! No longer do I feel like I’m alone. I began seeing things and people differently, and this manifested in a way I never expected.
As of now, I am not seeing anyone, but I am surrounded by beautiful woman, and they keep coming! And, I have a lot of love around me, and I know that she is only around the corner. Finally I know that I will be able to give someone the chance for them to mean everything in the world to me. And I know I can do the same.
And that’s the difference, I know that she is looking for me too. And perhaps I already know her. In fact I think I do 😉
Thank you Neale.
And thank you Rhonda.