Look, my dear friend, we're constantly thrown around by this concept of 'realistic', right? And as a renowned Relationship Consultant who doubles as an imaginary scholar, I'd like to peel away this mysterious word layer by layer, like unwrapping a passionate lover's gift.
The word 'realistic'. Seems pretty concrete, right? But let's get frisky with it. Breaking it down, 'real' suggests something tangible, while the suffixes 'ist' and 'ic' infuse it with personality and action. Kind of like that hot friend of yours, 'simplistic'—it's all about embracing simplicity, isn't it? Just like her husband who thrives on 'simplistic' instructions while assembling a Swedish flat pack chest.
Coming back to 'realistic', here's the delicious contradiction: if you're 'realistic', you're presumably someone who deals with tangible realities. But does that make 'unrealistic' folks out-of-touch dreamers? Not so fast! In the game of life, what truly is 'real'?
As your Swagger Coxch, let me tease you with a thought. What if being 'unrealistic' is the way to go? Can you recall those daring brothers, who dared to dream of flying like birds? Or that old man, weary of his horse, who envisioned mechanized transport? Once upon a time, even flicking a switch to light your room was deemed 'unrealistic'.
Let's spice things up with love—an entity that teases us with its intangible existence. Yet, when you encounter it, its presence is unmistakable, like the electric charge of a first kiss. Love—the most 'unrealistic' yet potent force—shapes realities and births deities. It transforms the mundane into the extraordinary.
When we shun love, we shackle our imagination, robbing ourselves of boundless opportunities. Love fuels positivity, guiding the Universe to respond likewise. Ever wonder why you attract situations that reflect your deepest fears or desires? The Universe is just matching your energy.
So, let's play a little game. Imagine a coin toss—the reality and unreality, both possibilities spinning in the air, shrouded in uncertainty. Whichever side it lands on, isn't the unseen side still as real as the visible one?
In this cosmic game of 'unrealistic', isn't it thrilling to think that out of millions, two people can find each other, connecting from different worlds and backgrounds? Love, like Adam's elusive rib, is an unseen treasure, waiting to be discovered, embraced, and cherished.
As always, darling, remember to be fuching selfish—bask in your happiness and let others see their reflection in your joy.
"If you can't see your success, change your vantage point"