Happily Ever After

“Good bye may seem forever. Farewell is like the end, but in my heart is the memory and there you will always be.” ― Walt Disney Company

I am a Classic Disney Kid. Meaning I grew up watching the Classics like:Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Little Mermaid, Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella, the Lion King, etc. I believe whole-heartedly in the premise of “happily ever after”. Why because I believe in True Love.

I believe that there is someone out there for every one. Each relationship is meant to show us a side of ourselves that we can grow and learn from. Sadly, sometimes we choose not to grow and learn so we keep attracting the same kind of relationship or worse; stay in the relationship that is no longer serving the greatest us. Love is the most amazing thing on this planet. We are designed to share love, be love, and give & receive love freely. Love don’t cost a thang!!! Except maybe, love in return.

Love requires selflessness, I believe that is why the men were so fearless when it came to getting the woman of their dreams. Fighting witches, warlocks, stepmother’s, and other forces of evil that tried to steal, kill, and destroy the possibility of their love. Nothing should hinder us from going all in when it comes to love. Especially us and our personal issues.

That is why it is important to take time to get to know yourself and reflect on lessons learned from/through relationships that we have had. If we fail to know and love ourselves for who we are; we fail to do the necessary ground work for any relationship to sustain the tests, that are bound to arise. When it comes to True Love, evil is ever-present trying to destroy it! Evil doesn’t want the world to know that True Love exists and is the most powerful thing on earth.

So while I’ve kissed many frogs and lost many battles in the name of love I will never give up. This is a war and I’m sold out believing in the infinite possibilities of the magnificence of love!!! I’m a Soldier of Love and will fight until I die!!!

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2 Responses to Happily Ever After

  1. Too many frogs, not enough princes.

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