Friday, January 18, 2008

Searching for the perfect Woman


As I was preparing to wrap up the day, I received a mail from my Swiss Friend, Xtian. I was so blessed with the little article he sent to me that I feel it will be unfair if I don't share it with my online buddies.

Have a palatable read!


I have travelled the world in search
Of the perfect woman.

After 10 years of search, I
Am determined to go home.

My best friend asked me:

-- So? You have finally met your
Perfect woman?

I told him

-- To the south, yes, I found the most
Beautiful woman. Her eyes were
Embers, her hair was golden and
Her body, similar to that of a goddess.

My friend was enthusiastic:
-- Oh my Lord! You have made her your wife?
-- Unfortunately I couldn't, She turned out not
To be perfect, because she was very poor.

So, I explored the North and I
Met a woman who was more
Rich that all women of the earth
Combined! She did not even know
How big was her fortune!

-- So, it was the imbodiment of
Perfection, right?

-- No, I replied. The problem
Was that it was the most ugly
Creature I have ever set my eyes on during my life time.

Finally, I fled to the east and only
there, I met a
Women that was beautiful, rich and intelligent.
She trully was perfect ...

-- Well ... Have you married her?
Asked my friend

-- No. Because unfortunately,
This woman was also perfect in
Searching for the perfect man!


_________________________________

When you search for perfection, it's
Change that you will only find ...
Disappointment. No one and nothing is perfect in
This world. We need to be ready to search and
Face imperfection, and sometimes
We should be ready to renounce our demands.
We ourselves are not perfect, why should
We expect perfection from others?

Better: don't we encouter perfection
as soon as we stop searching?

Finally, can we say that true beauty
Is truly in these small issues,
In these anomalies that make us
Be even closer to each other, being more
Similar, more worthy to love?


"Look for success, not for
Perfection. "

1 comment:

felix said...

nice one, nobody really is perfect and we can only work towards perfection.