Sunday, June 10, 2012

An Antidote of Advice

I finally found the time to finish this book after some months of leaving it halfway unread; and from the last story in this book, I found this piece of advice:
There's not much truth in advertising when it comes to what most people perceive as love. A lot of people who look good on paper don't really do too well in real life.
From other people's failed experiences alone, you gather that you'll only know it's the real thing when it's already placed itself out. You will never see it coming.

So do not feel any pressure to hear violins play, have weak knees or be breathless when you meet The One for the first time. There's a good chance that he won't be a stanger when you realize that it's him. By then, he'd probably be someone you've known for some time.

Be very patient. There's no urgent need for you to mate with the first male that comes along. All the waiting you've done will pay off if you don't second guess yourself at the most crucial moment. Go for broke. That way you'll give it a very good chance to last.

-Note to Self by Isabel Reoja-

I've got a few more books lined up to finish but it's good I got to finish one. Few more to go before I purchase a new book.

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