If You Ever Fall In Love


If you ever fall in love, fall in love with someone who…

You can laugh with, but also cry with.

You can joke around with, but also be serious with.

You can enjoy the present moment with, but also envision a future with.

You can enjoy nights out with, but also sit in comfortable silence.

You can bring around your friends, but also around your family.

You can be young and crazy with, but also picture being old and wise with.

You admire.

You respect.

You are proud to be with.

You smile just thinking about.

You would do anything to spend time with.

You make a priority in your life.

You can picture raising children with.

You genuinely miss when they are not around…

Fall in love with someone who comes into your life and makes you understand why it never worked out with anyone else.

Fall in love with someone who motivates you to become the best version of yourself, without changing who you really are.

Fall in love with someone who you will pledge to choose, every single day.

Fall in love with someone who supports your goals, dreams, and ambitions.

Fall in love with someone who you believe in.

And most importantly, fall in love with someone who feels the exact same way about you.

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15 thoughts on “If You Ever Fall In Love

  1. What if – you spent 3 years with someone before deciding on spend your life with this guy and than marriage and after 1 year of marriage your husbands cheats on you, than proceeds to constantly blow up in your face, won’t talk to you for days, weeks, etc. What if you thought you had it all only to find out you have nothing?

    1. Beth, I am sorry that happened to you. Speaking from experience, whether the relationship goes slow or fast, unless you live with someone for a specific duration of time, and this doesn’t mean you have to sleep with them when you do that, you won’t see the ‘real’ person come out. People can hide their true self but when you are with them 24/7 there is no where to hide. You get to see the real them. I hope the next guy is someone worthy of you. Don’t give up, just truly don’t give the next one anywhere to hide his bad habits. When you see them, you can decide if they are habits you can live with. And don’t settle for anyone because they are willing to ‘settle’ for you. Make them work hard to earn your future years with them. This is also a great filtering system. Those who don’t care won’t make the effort while those who do, will.

    2. I’m sorry, Beth. I know that sometimes the advice that James gives seems ultra-ideal. And it is. He seems like a really interesting person, but sometimes life isn’t perfect: people have issues: life ain’t pretty. All I can do is send you a big virtual HUG, and confirm that you are NOT remotely alone, in-regards to such hard situations as you’ve been through.

  2. Beautiful words that embrace feelings of love (*falling* in love) with the autumn season (fall) — even if Mr. Sama hadn’t intended his post as such. Ahhh … falling … cuddling with a lover … tumbling around crispy, newly fallen leaves.

  3. Simply beautiful. The exact feeling I had when I fell in love with this one guy. Too bad, it wasn’t reciprocal. But the fact that we can’t be together, does not hurt anymore. All I want is for him to be happy regardless with who. I’m happy enough for ever have such feeling once in my life. Because I knew, it is real.

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