“If something has destined to you, never in million years it can be someone’s else.”
“Have you ever imagined how your spouse is going to be look like?” she asked him.
“No… totally no idea. How’s bout you?” he asked her back.
“I think he must be a smart guy…”
“Do you consider yourself as a sapiosexual, or what?” he chuckled.
“No… well… I don’t know. I always feel engaged with a smart conversation…”
“If your match is coming by the decision of God from long time ago, how’s bout people who’s living alone until now? Does it mean that he has no match decided since God created him?” he asked her.
“Humans are created to be in pairs, now it’s our decision to reach our own destiny, whether to keep looking for the life partner or stop trying.” she answered.
“What if they can’t find until now?”
“God always bless people who never stop struggling at anything, including looking for a husband/wife. Just… never stop looking for the right one.”
“But I still don’t get it. What if they can’t find any?”
“They can. It just depends on how they accept potential match’s deficiency. If they keep looking for the perfect or ideal one, of course they won’t get the spouse very easy. Or maybe they’ll just end up being alone.”
“I see…” he smiled.
“I don’t want to have a relationship that has an end,” she said.
“Then you better pick me, because I’ll make your relationship works out,” he smiled.
“How does it feel to see someone everyday for the rest of your life? Sleeping next to him, and waking up beside him? He becomes the first person you see before you close your eyes and he becomes the first person you see after you open your eyes,” her friend asked her.
“It feels… amazing.” she smiled.