I truly believe that everyone deserves a chance of love. I believe that love is the most powerful thing on this earth. I see love in my family and friends. When I think about love, I truly believe that it shouldn't have any boundaries. Some people stick to a certain types of relationships, but at the age of 20, I know what I want for my future love and forever partner.
My relationship goals are very detailed. I think that my goals shouldn't have any limits at all. I want someone who is husband material. This means, when I start to date him, is he someone that I would want to spend the rest of my life with? Yes everyone, I don't date to have fun anymore. I date to marry. I want someone who knows has goals and aspirations. Someone who is very ambitious and inspiring. I am not saying that I want a man with money. That's not who I am at all!! I want someone who is stable but sensitive.
At this age, I finally had the chance to learn my love languages. I would want someone to embrace it. My love languages are physical touch, words of affirmation, and quality time. The love languages ties in with my personality. I love to be held. I love to spend time with my loved ones. I want someone who is capable of loving me. I want someone who will embrace me even if I mess up. With that, I will do the same to my partner.
If there is a goal that will top the ones I mentioned it will be someone who is EQUALLY YOKED. What does this mean? I want someone who is not only a Christian, but a Man of God. I would want him to read the bible with me, and praise God with me. Someone who isn't ashamed of their faith. And that is being equally yoked.
Now I know what your thinking. I'm saying that I want too much. However, these are my goals. There is so much more that I want in a future husband, and this is something that I hope and pray for. Do I want my future husband to be perfect? ABSOLUTELY NOT! But I want him to always to his best. Besides, during my season of being single, I need to focus on myself and my journey. My desire of being in a relationship is great, but valuing myself and chasing God is much greater.
Everyone that's impacted my life always said, "If you want to love someone, you gotta love God first, and then yourself." Everything happens in my life for a reason. I know everything that happens makes me stronger everyday, and has built me to be ready for bigger and better things. I'm learning to love myself more, so I can spread love to others. Everyday i wake up, that's another opportunity to see the potential I have to become better.
Love is a powerful thing, and I can't wait to see what love has in store for me!