She Was Beautiful
She probably still is beautiful, but I can’t really tell right now, because I don’t even know where to find her.
She just sat in a corner, oblivious of the fact that she was being admired.
She was beautiful, with her pretty blue fitted skirt, her lovely red lips, her sweet white camisole and a cute black jacket.
She seemed to be lost in thought, but yet looking as innocent as her simple black handbag and her flat black shoes.
Nothing else ran through my mind, other than how a lady could be so effortlessly attractive without even knowing it.
She was sitted on an orange sit in the beautifully set up bus stop, by state school board in Enugu. I was in a moving bus, headed for oldpark. There was nothing I could do other than admire and wonder.
I don’t know her name, I still remember her face, but I will never forget how beautiful she looks.
A song by James Blunt comes to my mind; “you are beautiful”
Well, this brief incident drew my mind to something funny about life; we could struggle all we want for someone’s attention, but they don’t even seem to notice us, but when we go about our businesses, without so much desire or craving for admiration or attraction, we attract the very best for us.
I’m not exactly saying that there is such a law, I have neither carried out an investigation nor a research, but I have often received a call or an invitation to play certain roles at moments when I was busy focusing on other things.
I know of many ladies who desire to attract certain particular men, but their desire seems to elude them.
I also know of a few ladies who have received proposals from awesome personalities, when they least expected them.
The same goes for men.
A couple of times, I have sort for business contracts frantically without securing any, but while in the midst of my routine living, I have encountered and secured such beautiful opportunities that may only seem feasible in dreams.
You never can tell how much you are admired, until you probably begin to appreciate what you have at the moment.
We often repel the wonderful people that come our way, simply because they may not have that “wonderful” tag on them.
Nobody is worthless, and most people are worth much more than their appearance.
It is worth it to treat everyone with regard.
It is also worth it, to face what we value and enjoy, with a grateful and a cheerful heart.
We will both locate and be located by our dreams.
Keep living, your expectations will not remain hopes, they can materialise, and they will, if we maintain the right attitude.
“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder”.
Keep yourself beautiful and live your life beautifully.
Don’t force yourself to be loved, or force people to love you.
Appreciate those that care about you, and care enough, not to neglect those that appreciate you.
Things fall in place, with time.
Don’t be desperate.
You will find beauty, and you will even be identified as beauty, once you adopt the most beautiful attitude that is available to you.
BeautifuL Attitude; Beauty And Admiration.