Friday, September 26, 2008

How many times has it been that we find ourselves tuck away in a corner on a weekend with nothing to do but ponder? 

Those who are lucky enough to get themselves busy doing something somehow realize in their midst of choring, it’ll last just as long as it is done. 

Ultimately our imperfection pave way to a greater need in our very existence. We need a companion in this life no matter how fiercely independent we are. We need to personify our confidence in this reality. Thus, the need to enter into a relationship.

Abraham Maslow classified this behavior as a psychological need in his hierarchy. The human need to be loved and give love. It was a form of self validation. Apparently, we all need our existence to be acknowledged. We need to be important. And in turn, we acknowledge the significance of others' existence. 

....I truly have no idea where I'm going with this....if I ever had a point, it had eluded by the 2nd sentence....anyway...

"Everyone in the world need someone that they can depend on, be they faithful friends, determined advocates or a loving family. But occasionally in life, the people we thought would always be there for us leave. And if that happens, it's amazing the lengths we go to, to get them back."