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Give the title of the song that you want to dedicate to your future spouse.
Posted : 19 Sep, 2019 10:10 AM

What's that one song that you want to dedicate to your future wife/husband?



Mine is "Make me whole" by Amel Larrieux



Darlin' I want you to listen,

I stayed up all night,

So I can get this thing right.

And I don't think,

There's anything missin'.

'Cause a person like you,

Made it easy to do.

I've waitin' for so long,

To sing to you this song.

Cause your eyes are the windows to heaven,

Your smile could heal a million souls.

Your love completes my existence.

Your the other half that makes me whole.

Your the only other half that makes me whole.

I think the angels are your brothers (ya ya)

They told you about me.

Said your just what she needs.

And I find myself,

Thanking your mother.

For giving birth to a saint,

My spirit flies when I say your name.

If there's one that's true,

It's that I was born to love you.

Your eyes are the windows to heaven,

Your smile could heal a million souls.

Your love completes my existence.

Your the other half that Makes Me Whole.

Your the only other half that Makes Me Whole.

You make my dreams,

Come true over and over again.

And I honestly, truly believe,

You and me are written in the stars.

And in my whole life through,

Just given thanks to you.

Cause your eyes are the windows to heaven.

Your smile could heal a million souls.

Your love completes my existence.

Your the other half that makes me whole.

Your the only other half that makes me whole.

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What's the greatest lesson you've learned from online dating?
Posted : 19 Sep, 2019 08:26 AM

Hi Ber67! Thanks for your greetings and well wishes sir.



I hope you find that person that you're looking for in God's perfect time.



All the best! God bless you.

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What's the greatest lesson you've learned from online dating?
Posted : 19 Sep, 2019 08:20 AM

Hello commodoreswab! Thanks for sharing your thoughts sir.



I'm sorry to hear about what happened to you and your wife. I hope you can still patch things up.



I agree that we can't fully get to know someone just by reading his/her profile, but it will somehow give us a glimpse of his/her personality. An actual face to face conversation where we get to see someone's facial reaction and body movements are crucial esp. when we want to establish a relationship with that person.



Hoping for the best things to come your way sir. God bless you!

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What's the greatest lesson you've learned from online dating?
Posted : 15 Sep, 2019 08:06 AM

Hi 2mountain Thanks for sharing your thoughts.



The situations that you've presented are still very likely to happen in any part of the world. Apropos meeting a potential match who is a thousand miles away, I believe that there should be some kind of exclusivity and mutual understanding first between both parties. After all, we don't want our efforts to be in vain.

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What's the greatest lesson you've learned from online dating?
Posted : 14 Sep, 2019 09:39 AM

Hi brevelatte! Nice to meet you here.



I agree that it's important to meet the person that you've met online face to face. A face to face conversation can never substitute endless online chats, emails and calls.



LDR is not for everybody since it takes a lot of patience and trust for both parties. However, LDR is also possible if both partners are willing to go through that path.



In this modern day of dating though, it's not enough that we're limiting ourselves to the nearby areas only coz I believe that we're singling out other potential matches. The choice however still depend on us.



I also believe that when love is real, no mountain is too high and no ocean is too deep for one to cross.

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What's the greatest lesson you've learned from online dating?
Posted : 13 Sep, 2019 08:34 AM

When I was still in law school, I tried OKCupid because one of my brothers had a positive review of the said dating site. I've used it as a diversion from stress and also as a platform to meet people from all walks of life. Needless to say, I put myself out there without any hopes of finding "the one". As an NBSB (no bf since birth), being single since time immemorial has never been an issue for me. It's not that I'm so full of myself or anything like that, I just feel like when someone is really interested in you, he would definitely find a way to make you feel that he's sincere with his intentions. He's that someone who's NOT into talking to different women all at the same time. Long story short, I have to say that my experience was generally pleasant, but of course there were not so good ones too.



Back in 2013, an American gent from California sent me a message that stood out from the rest. His message was very sincere and I didn't think twice of replying back. In other words, we hit it off fast because I'd like to believe that we're attracted to each other's morals and principles in life. The exchange of messages via email and Fb messenger plus Skype calls were countless that I've failed to realize that I was already falling for him. Yes, I was caught off guard by his kindness and sincerity...something that I haven't felt from other men who tried to pursue me. For the first time ever, I've never felt like a potato... that I was indeed some crispy fries instead He told me about his plans of coming here in the Philippines, and I also told him that if it didn't happen because of one reason or another...that I could possibly be the one to fly out there in the U.S. after my bar exam since I also have a lawyer cousin who's living in California.



Anyway, the sad part was this... He never made it here and he got married back in 2016. He also mentioned that he consulted his family about his plans of settling down here, or to put it bluntly, they feared that there's no water and electricity in our city lol. They feared that he wouldn't be able to survive in this country. To be honest, I got sad because I felt like I was prejudged before they even know me and my background. I was like...do I have to tell them I'm like this and that? Do they really think that all women, esp. Filipinas are the same? Heck, I don't have a "white fever" nor do I feel that love should be based on color. I couldn't care less whether you're black, brown, white or yellow---it makes no difference to me. I don't even consider Caucasians as milking cows or human atms. It just makes me really sad when other people make a sweeping generalization that all Pinays are the same. :( I can vividly remember crying one night in November 2014 because that's the time when he said that he could no longer talk to me as much as he wanted to because he was already seeing someone else... that he felt kind of guilty talking to me and the other woman, who's now his wife. As a Christian, I honestly thought that he's "the one" because we're so alike in so many ways and I even prayed to God about this man...



Life is indeed mysterious as it is with Love. We may have a laundry list of qualities that we desire in a lifetime partner, but all of these things wouldn't matter anymore if we've been bitten by the love bug.



Moral of the story: There's more to this life than the romantic kind of love --- for we are loved by our family and friends, and of course by the Great Almighty. Fret not if you're still single. After all, it's best to wait for someone than to end up with the wrong one. ^_^



And as Alfred Lord Tennyson puts it: "It's better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all".



Have a good day beautiful people! Take care and God bless. <3