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A journey to find true love
February 01 , 2013

Every reasonable entity – people, organizations, institutions – use the beginning of the year to determine the level of preparedness to make the most out of it; either through personal goal adventures or economic-value realization.

There is no traveller who sets out on a journey without a reason. Such questions like: what is the essence of the journey, what are in it for the traveller – profitability, what are the likely obstacles that can inhibit the journey, how to get to the destination, and other related questions, are probably bound to crop up. But in a situation where the sojourner fails to address these questions, chances are the goal of the journey would be defeated.

As the saying goes, “He who fails to plan is undoubtedly planning to fail”. One of the personal goal adventures one may embark on is finding true love, so that at the end of the journey one may pat oneself on the shoulder, “Phew!!! I made it and I deserve some credit for that”.

 We may or may not know these, but finding that great personality who makes your heart skip a bit when you hear their name is closer to you than you can imagine. Hey, slow down, I am not saying this is going to be as easy as eating a fruit cake, but what I’m saying is that if you set your mind at it then you are definitely going to achieve it.

One great task you need to do to find that true love is working on yourself. Now, you may start telling yourself how a great a person you are or how accomplished you have been or how skilful you are at what you do, so what else is there to work on? You need to love yourself and make yourself loveable. Love is a great feeling and you need to have that feeling first before sharing it with someone else.

"You may never know what results come from your action. But if you do nothing, there will be no result."        – Mahatma Gandhi

You must set your priorities right and determine what you need and want in a relationship. Love is transferrable. Opening yourself up for love will do you a great deal. In most cases, I believe its love that finds us not the other way round. That great person just find his/her way into our lives when we least expect it and everything just pick up from there. A few dates, movies, flowers, walking him/her to the train station or park and gifts bond us together that we feel like we’ve known each other for years.

There is some likelihood you may find your own love in the strangest places such as Internet, colleagues at work, project mates, club partners and even neighbors.

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Learn more about this author, Odunayo Iyiola.
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