An Observation

Here’s an observation: Why is it getting so difficult to find someone to say at least… Interesting? Someone that just doesn’t want a one night stand? Someone that is really worth of you?

Why is getting so difficult to connect with someone on a world so connected as ours? Because most of these connections are empty, they don’t have a real meaning in real life, they’re just there sitting on your social networks acting as figures to look like you’re connected and popular.

But I’m talking about real connections with people, the type you connect almost instantly, eye to eye. These are becoming so hard to find that if you do find one, hold on to it. Once I found this type of connection. From the moment we met until we said our goodbyes were 3 hours of nonstop conversation. We talked about every single subject you could possibly imagine.

That is just one of the main characteristics I like in people, probably the most important one. Once I have that, it feels like I don’t have to worry about anything else. I begin to admire that other person and it seems that this person pushes me to be the better version of myself. I know I can be me, without any false pretension.

My friends say I’m too picky and maybe I am sometimes, but I’d rather choose than be with someone that it’s not worth of me. However, the last time I felt that special connection was in 2008. From that time up to this date I still haven’t found anybody else that would top what I felt.

I won’t give up finding it but as times go by, it gets tougher to find someone to have a real connection in life and not through a computer or a phone.


About Mary Knabben

Citizen of the world but made in BRAZIL. Journalist 24/7! Music & movies addict! Food lover! Founder & Owner of Beets & Beats.
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