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Tue, Dec. 28th, 2004 05:34 pm


Wed, Dec. 29th, 2004 02:04 am (UTC)

You'll never find the absolute perfect girl/woman for you, you may come close but you'll have to compromise a little bit. However, what if you aren't the perfect man for your perfect woman? Are you willing to change to become that man she's looking for? Americans have too high of expectations when it comes to relationships.

Anyway, thanks for the card, it brightened my day.

Kenneth Edward Keyn
Wed, Dec. 29th, 2004 10:33 am (UTC)

The "perfect girl" is simply a concept. In my mind, I am completely comfortable with the paradox of living practically and ideally at the same time. I understand that whoever I end up marrying will not be a perfect woman, but rather because she fulfills that part of my life, she is the perfect woman. In other words, the perfect woman for that part of my life.

I also totally know that I will never be a perfect man. I acknowledge that I am incapable of achieving that. At the same time, I know that by fulfilling that part of her life, I will then become her perfect man.

The trick is then getting to the point where I am capable of fulfilling that part of her life and her challenge is to get to the point where she can fulfill that part of my life.

(Of course, the fulfillment isn't a simple show-up-and-it's-done deal... it's got to be a lifelong fulfillment that is in a constant state of growth. It's complex, but it's how my mind works.)

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