The Unsung Hero
Proclaiming My Mind For Him

Californication (tier 6)

6) Marry me girl be my fairy to the world

Be my very own constellation

 

 

 “Love built on beauty, soon as beauty, dies.” – John Donne.

“True love never dies for it is lust that fades away. Love bonds for a lifetime but lust just pushes away.” – Alicia Barnhart.

Two examples of the difference between love and lust. Why is it that some of us have just got to have that perfect boyfriend or girlfriend by our sides? More so, what exactly makes them “perfect”? Is it that they truly are what you have been waiting for, or what your friends envisioned for you? Once again, being persuaded by what others say, and not by your own decisions. But even that arises the question: Are your own decisions really “your own” or of what the media has shoved into that mentality of yours? Californication dictates that you need that “special person” by your side to fit in, and that they will truly make you happy. You never see a hit TV show where the high-school sports all-star is single, and much less content with it. Reality TV shows aimed at the youth actually encourage dating the next guy in line, or more so known as “the rebound”, just to create envy. In wishes that they will get what they want, and just drop the “tool” on the spot when he is no longer needed. Or they simply want to numb the pain of break-up by driving out the old nail with a new nail rather than with the hammer. This can result in reckless actions which can be their downfall in the future. Especially if the guy only gains and in his mind and doesn’t lose a thing. It’s well-known fact that most guys only brag about their girl’s physical appearance. But if you’re only in the relationship for that, then it sure won’t last. ‘Lust just pushes away’. Be it with your girl or looking at other girls WHILE being with your girlfriend. This is a fornication for who will be your spouse in the future. We as youth are blinded by what ‘true love’ really is. Thinking that by saying “I love you” after only dating for a month is all it takes for ‘true love’ to form. We believe that dating that “one person” will make a mark for us in the social bar. ‘Be my very own constellation’. Constellations in the sky are only known by few in the general public when we gaze upward. Anyone can create their own supposive constellation, but there is a certain criteria for it. True Love really does have a definition (not necessarily what the media says), but most of us ignore it to accommodate our definition of love. Taking the things that make us look like a saint, but overlooking the ways that make us the sinners who we all are.

“Is this love, that I’m feeling. Is this the love, that I’ve been searching for. Is this the love, or am I dreaming . . .” – Is This Love, Whitesnake. Most young people are dreaming when it comes to love. A few I personally know. Love is not a word that should be taken lightly. It’s meaning is too precious to simply toss around.

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