Is it Love? Or Something Like it.
Because we live in a world that is so exhausting that we have actually started paying complete strangers to do our thinking for us, So Breezy Babe wants in on this action. What am I referring to? Why, TED talks, of course. Man! Are those speeches inspiring or what? Listening to intelligent people speak for everyday entertainment and self growth isn't a modern thing. Did you know that? It actually dates back to ancient times. In fact, the Greeks built part of their culture around it. We figure that with this global pandemic sweeping across the horizon, people are more worn out than ever, so worn out that they may need a perfect stranger to tell them one more small detail about their lives. Can we be that stranger? Can So Breezy Babe give you an online , read only, TED talk today? If your answer is yes, read on to listen to us tell you how to live your life, namely your love life. Today, we will attempt to provide perfect strangers with the answer to the age old question, "Am I in Love?" Are you?
So you think that you are in love. Are you sure? How? Why do you think that you are in love? Why do you think that it is not temporary attraction? Why do you think that you both are destined to grow old together? Let us try and find out. Do you feel happy with your beloved? Do you feel that if you both were left alone on an island for seven days, you would enjoy it? (Where do we come up with these things? ) Or would you get bored? How about your self esteem? Does your beloved make you feel good about yourself? Is his/her focus on your good qualities or sometimes faults? What about you? Are you looking for some signs of weaknesses in certain areas, or are contented and satisfied with the whole package? Love is different than any other relationship and has its own measures. It goes beyond friendship, and one has to ask questions to find out if it is love and nothing else. Coming back to our inquiry, what if your beloved gets you some clothes? Will you be delighted and wear immediately, or will you try to look at it critically to find out how you will look in that particular piece of clothing? Do you smile at the thought of your beloved? Get dreamy? Want to share everything good? Say, you see something good, or positively SLAY at your work, will you immediately tell your beloved about that? Will you impatiently wait to share that? Do you ever compare him/her with others? Give a second look to someone of opposite sex? No? What if the person is stunning in looks? Would you still rather never think of giving a second look and continue with the thoughts of your beloved? What if you go to a movie together? Will you try to look at each other in the darkness or rather watch the movie? Do you watch the movie at all while you are together? Are you planning the future together? Having children, a new home, new life, etc? Do you talk about how you both would like to spend your old age together? Have you also thought about the career options after marriage? If your answers to all above queries is "Hell,yes!", you need to look at the relationship seriously. Because you are in love! ( Says a complete and total stranger, sitting at a computer in the So Breezy Babe offices...)
Love is difficult to find out. Many times, we feel that we are in love, only to find out afterwards that it was not love. It is better to make sure that it is love before committing. Wish you all the best.
Et Voila! TED talk done.
I agree. Do you? Leave us some love in the comments below!
*PS. I happen to love movies, adore them, especially older ones. So, um... know this, if we ever date, even via this beautiful So Breezy Babe cyber space, I will not be looking at your face during the movie. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. 🙃😜🙂
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