Focus on Journey instead of Destination


The emphasis on marriage among friends and family is stifling. I used to care like they did, and, then I woke up to the reality: I was looking at the journey as a destination. I cared way too much about the title, the status, the assumption that this is what generates the feelings, the love, the passion, and everything else. I became reliant on others for feelings I should've had for myself.

They didn't love themselves and they looked for me to do it for them. I didn't love myself, so, I expected them to love me in return for lavishing on them. A simple transaction...until they got their fill.

Now, I flirt freely, and I see so many women looking to find "the one" so they're not left out. So many options..Desperate options. It's funny-- When you stop caring you can smell the loneliness and lack of self-love. It's just there: readily apparent.

Years of memories, past relationships, and interactions suddenly made sense. Had I more self-respect, and self-interest, and discretion, I think I could've done a lot better.

Oh well...We live..We learn. We adapt. We conquer.
Focus on Journey instead of Destination Focus on Journey instead of Destination Reviewed by Kanthala Raghu on March 19, 2018 Rating: 5

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