Where is My Destiny?
The current world population is 7 billion and counting. 7 billion means 7 billion hearts, 7 billion stories and 7 billion personalities.
Among this numerous people in earth excluding the immortal ones ( only if you believe them) we can only deal with a few.
7 billion will be break down to 92 million population in the Philippines. (If you are living in the Philippines)
And out of that 92 million people we can only find one person who is destined for us.
You may think that I am impossible since I still believe destiny. Well, I think it’s my prerogative.
But believe me, I am not the only one. There are still who believes in this kind of tales. We can say that maybe only few still live with this outlook but at least there’s a little percentage. (Great, I’m not alone!)
Dramas on TVwhich ended like fairy talelove stories inspired me to believe in destiny. For some, there are no happy ending stories anymore. Marriages ended up because of infidelity or maybe they are not just right for each other. Reality wise, there’s no such thing as forever. But I don’t know what magic brought the word destiny to my life.Destinyseems a soothing music in my ear.
According to Wikipedia, Destiny or fate is a predetermined course of events. It may be conceived as a predetermined future, whether in general or of an individual. Fate defines events as ordered or “inevitable” and unavoidable.
The world is magical itself. I only believe in one thing about destiny. It’s all God’s plan.
Each of us is destined to have someone in life. Well, that’s what I believe in. I guess that’s the reason why in my 21 years of existence I am still single. It is not that I am not beautiful or nice because I can honestly say that a lot of people gave me best complements. Maybe, I am too much idealistic and patterned my life in a happy ending romantic movie.
I still believe that my knight and shining armor will be there in times where in I needed someone to rescue me from agony and solitary. So fancy, right? If only I can write my own love story with the perfect scenery, other characters involve and with the most romantic dialogues, I will. But what’s the sense in believing destiny then? So, I just lift it up to the Lord and let Him decide the flow of my soon to be love story and the coming of the hero of my dreams. As of now, I stop looking around because I know that I could not find someone who will meet my expectations. Maybe in time the “right one” will just suddenly come in the right time. I’ll just wait for that magical moment to arrive and hopefully I’m ready to bring it on.