I was just listening to Mick Jagger saying, “You can’t always get what you want.” And to tell you the truth, I was offended by that programming. Then, to try to smooth it over by saying, “But if you try sometimes you might find you get what you need.”
I had a chat with God and told Him I want to know what it’s like to be one with my soul mate. As the story goes, I saw her at the reception, the whirlwind romance ensued and many years of happiness and bliss were the result.
I got what I wanted.
And in a moment… that moment had passed.
Ended up, what I got was not exactly what I wanted but for a moment I had what fulfilled me.
What? Is this a lesson in mediocrity?
Look, Mick, I love you. But I believe I can get what I want, especially if it’s for my highest and best.
Just have to reevaluate and restate my case.
I am attracting a partner with the same capacity for love that I have… not expecting anything less than I am willing to give, in an amazing woman who is traveling in the same direction that I am headed in this life’s journey, so that we can do this thing (life) together hand-in-hand, supporting each other, for the remainder.
Thank You, for I know it is already so.
Sounds like a tall order?
It’s not for everyone. This is just me. You have your own calling for your highest and best, that is perfect for you.
So, I’ve been holding out for just the right person who is my highest and best… I am being patient, observant and diligent.
Her journey to me must be an interesting one, because she sure is taking her time, and it’s starting to cause concern for others who love and care about me.
Friends and family are starting to freak out, claiming that I am too picky and need to compromise to, “get what you need,” so that I can get on with my life and not be the only single guy at group functions.
I’ve tried to explain to them that I am totally open but unwilling to compromise because I believe she is on her way. Do I have any illusions that she will be perfect in every way? No; only that she will be perfect (including all her imperfections) for me, as I am for her and she will be, “going my way.”
What about your list?
Yes, I have a list of attributes that I find desirable. (Wouldn’t it be silly not to?) Without such a list, how would I even be able to recognize her when she gets here? Hopefully, she has a list, too.
Besides romance, Mick makes reference to being willing to publicly make a stand for what you think is important and people with failing health.