What is it that we women really want? Do we want love, money, fame, fortune, and the list keeps on getting bigger. In life as children we grow up and learn to dream and imagine our future, and when time comes to make our dreams come true, we were taught to look at the sky and wish upon a star. And that is how in fairy tales a fairy reaches her way to Cinderella or the Princess and makes her wish come true with her magical stick. And as we grow up and become more and more close to reality, we start hoping and praying to find the perfect guy who deserves us. And when he comes along, to make our prayer come true we hit the bottom of things. We start pulling away, pushing him over the edge, refusing him in all human ways possible. The guy isn’t the problem or the obstacle anymore, but ‘’PERFECTION’ is. We keep on searching for the perfect guy or Mr. Right , with the perfect white teeth, with the cool car, and the bank account, with the perfect attitude…….. But what if he’s not all that? What if he’s a human being just like us women with his flaw-human qualities? Does that put all our prayers and hopes to waste? In life not all we dream of comes true, but yet second best thing comes along. What I’m trying to say that Edward Cullen, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, even Mohannad aren’t always the option; because ladies believe it or not they never are!
You will meet your prince charming in any store, coffee shop, work, university, and then you hit it to the altar. Wind won’t mess your hair when your ayes meet, worse yet I’m sorry to say he won’t be riding a white horse. The truth must be said, stop being dreamy and putting unrealistic high-standard qualities, and miss the guy in front of you. In our days the saying goes instead of picking stones all the time, you missed on pearls. The matter of fact is pearls what we have around us ‘’men’’, and stones are those fake-bed-time stories our mamas planned in our heads. So take the train and never miss it, because you might never know that you missed it all along.
P.S. For all the girls who are afraid to get their heart broken again never miss it; hit it.