Everything happens for a reason. If it’s meant to be, it will be. It will happen when you least expect it. The moment you stop looking, you’ll find it. When it’s right, you’ll just know it.
Don’t you just HATE how whenever something really bad happens, you are repeatedly fed these seemingly meaningless cliché statements, as your friends and family scramble helplessly to comfort you?
I mentioned in a recent post the remarkable parallels between dating and job interviewing. Well, in the past year, I experienced more than a few bumps in both departments, so yes, I have heard the above cliché phrases hundreds of times.
After a job interview where I really wanted the job, but I knew in my gut I hadn’t gotten it: “You’ll have to wait and see. If it’s meant to be, it will be.”
After a couple of bad dates: “The moment you stop looking, you’ll find it. When it’s right, you’ll just know it.”
Insert eye roll.
(Thanks for the help, Ryan)
The thing is…I’m actually starting to believe all of this advice. Continue Reading →