via Thought Catalog
There’s this thing I do.
When I met a man I have a wild connection with, and hope and desire and romanticism fly’s—I sometimes in my excitement, fall into fantasy.Fantasy of what our dogs’ name will be, how he will look chopping wood in a flannel shirt at my cabin–where we will own our vacation home in Costa Rica.Yeah—that thing.
This is what I call going into “fantasy”.It is when we project all the ideals and things we desire in a partner and a relationship onto a person, prematurely.
Source: Don’t Give Him Too Much Credit Too Soon ‹ Reader — WordPress.com
Thirst (n): An epidemic that seems to be spreading fast. The thirst occurs when a male or female does anything for a person because they are yearning for attention or sex. Via urbandictionary.com
“Stop texting and calling these people” — if they cared they’d text and call you back.
– April Mason
In the current society there is a thirst to pair up. There is a thirst to get and to have. There is a rampant thirst to be like and have like others. This has created a thirsty culture.
Source: Are You A Thirsty Person? Are You Involved With A Thirsty Person? — The GeoGee Experience Magazine — Medium
Thirst will drive one to gulp from any and many cups. Thirst will cause one to trade in virtues for lustful nurtures.
Know what’s in the cup you sip from. If the contents of that cup doesn’t make you happy, healthy, or wealthier don’t drink from it.
To drink from many in a short span of time screams desperate. Desperate pretty much says “lapdog” and “floor mat”. Don’t be either.
Rio-based filmmaker Kayhan Lannes Ozmen envisions Charles Bukowski’s poem “Girl on the Escalator”. I’m still trying to wrap my head around this.