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I am going to share one more thought and leave you alone as I would see that you are probably being amused by all of the comments made with respect to your writings.
The fundamental question you may need to ask yourself is that what criteria you should rely on to decide who would the right person to be with form the day of commitment to death setting you apart.
Are wealth and physical attractiveness important? Absolutely, they do. No one would deny fortune and attractiveness do make life more enjoyable (many people including me might benefit from those two). Nevertheless, one should also aware the satisfactions from those things would tend to fade quickly, Moreover, they are easily dwarfed by other intangible , yet , crucial qualities of a person such as faithfulness, honesty, courage, determination, of course, unconditioned love … just name few. Working in Wall Street, I found that screening a good person bears remarkable similarity as uncovering a gem stock. Here, future growth rather current standing should be the center of focus since it is the potential that would provide tremendous reward and triumph.
Further more, you may need to use your other senses as well in order to get what you want/need in addition to what you can see. I learned to activate my full senses year ago in an incident and they have been helping me to do well in furious competition as I am climbing corporate ladders.
It was the first year I arrived from
To make a long story short, I was the only person that day shot a deer (a buck over 150 lbs) in our whole hunting team and received honor and congratulations. Needless to say I felt sorry for the poor creature I gunned down and promised myself never shoot again and I did. Later, I didn’t even bother to attend the dinner party grilling deer steaks hosted at my professor’s backyard. However, this hunting episode indeed revealed something to me from that day to now. That is, to survive and succeed one must sense what you may not able to see.
Note: Minor changes have been made to weed out some typos on the original post.