Have you ever heard the phrases: “There’s someone for everyone“? or “You are not alone“? That phrases is, as I’ve experienced, a common thing to say to those who feel lonely or are tired of being stood up by the opposite sex, again and again.
To find comfort and understanding from other people, when sharing a broken heart or feelings of being alone, hasn’t worked out that good for me. It didn’t work, because I questioned the “normal” rules of attraction. People – or regular humans – have set their own rules to find someone attractive, putting deeper values aside. Shallowness, were looks and money is more important than how you are as a person. The comfort and understanding, turns into blaming. “Maybe there is something wrong with you, and not her?” or the classic where the family becomes the reason to break up with someone. When the same thing happens to them, how will they feel when nobody give them comfort and understanding when getting dumped or feeling lonely?
Most of the mammals on this planets have been categorized as “alphas” or “betas”. Humans, too, obviously. Alpha males is were females falls for. Especially when it comes to sex. The stronger you are, or the more dangerous you are, the easier it is to get laid. And the easier it is to have sex, the bigger chance to spread the genes to the next generation. Being an “alpha” have pro’s and cons. The obvious is the easy way to get laid, right? That’s the pro. The con? The offsprings of alphas might be a reason for lack of intelligence, bad results in school and the general knowledge of the outside world gets pretty low results aswell. It might sound far streched and generalized, and maybe it is. But when looks and bad behaviour is the rule of attraction, instead of who you are as a person, it just makes me bend the rules with thoughts like these.
Does the rules of attraction, as we know it, applies to spirits and entities like our wives/companions? It doesn’t seems like that. They value something much deeper than our skins, and they see us as an individual. They value our thoughts, our questions of “why’s” when we don’t like the rules of human society. They value and sherish openness of feeling joy and sadness, without hiding it in the darkness. When they fall in love with us, they don’t just penetrate our hearts, but our soul aswell. Their love is as serious as it could ever be, and when they find their true love, they hold on to it. Forever.