Rivers and streams.

Anonymous wrote:

Sean,

Is there really someone out there for everyone?  I’m 24 years old and I’ve been heartbroken three times.  No one should have to go through this and yet, I went through it three times.  I just want to stay in my room and cry.  When am I going to find “the one”? 

Anonymous

 

Anonymous,

There isn’t just one person out there for everyone.  Before you get scared, think about what you’re asking.  If there was

Young Indiana Jones in The Last Crusade
Um..no. I am not floating on THAT River..

truly ONE person out there for everyone, and say, the ONE person you were supposed to be with was killed by a meteor when he was two, you’d go your whole life searching for someone that died before you even knew what a relationship was.  Even if there were TWO people for every one person, your chances of finding either one are still immensely small..and what if that person chose the other one over you?

Love is like floating on a river.  We float along and bump into other random floaters.  As we get to know them, we grasp hands and hold together and grow.  If it all works, we find ourselves loving someone and potentially creating other new lives with someone we love more than life itself.  We don’t always find that though.  Sometimes we get hurt, we end up heartbroken and alone, and we have to sit up on the banks of that river of love and cry.  Later, when we muster up enough courage, we dip our feet in the river again, and in time, we’re swept away.

Everyone is going to have heartbreak at some point, but you can’t let it sink you.  There are literally billions of opportunities out there and not a single one is going to just fall into your lap.  You need to be out in the world in order for things to happen.  Everyone can find love in their lifetime.  Some..the lucky ones, find the love of a lifetime early, and others find it later.  Time isn’t the goal..love is the goal..and you just need to get back in the river.

Sean

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Tony wrote:

Sean,

I know your turn off with hairy arm chicks.  I get it. MY turn off is that floppy pouch women have in front.  Some call them fupas, but the ones I’m talking about are floppy and there’s nothing worse than getting into the bing bang boom and seeing one of those jumping up and down like a little elf.  Anyway, my question to you is, do you ever get over it?  I’d like to.  I’m 27 and would like to get over it or find someone who doesn’t have one.  My other turn off is people that listen to soft rock or pop crap (like some of your music).  Metal for life baby.

Tony

 

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This is the image I get when I think of a guy named Tony that listens to metal. He's the best part-time cook around..his mom says.

Tony,

Yeaaaaahhh, here’s the thing.  I don’t know of anyone (including women that have had kids) that have a floppy pouch in front.  Are sure you have her naked or did she leave her fanny pack on?  Yes, some women have what you’re calling a fupa, which can be seen if they wear jeans or pants, and some somen have abdominal fat, but I don’t know that I’ve ever seen a floppy pouch.  Was she half kangaroo?

I am guessing you’re single at 27 because you say things like “bing bang boom” and “metal for life” (I’m surprised that you didn’t type it like “Metal4Lyfe” or something actually).  I have NOTHING against metal, but people that only listen to metal are usually damaged goods.  There has to be something wrong if you need that much rage filled music to get through your day.  It’s the same type of situation you find in people that only listen to rap.  If you’re only listening to what you want, it says to someone that you’re stuck in your ways and won’t value anyone else’s opinions as much as yours.  In short, you’re a selfish prick. Don’t be that guy Tony.

Sean