I don’t know too much about the business of love. But, after watching this, somehow it reminded me of two things I learned in my life. One was…
One day, while at a movie theater, watching the movie Fifty Shades of Gray, there is a scene where the two main characters go on a date. It was a beautiful night, at a top of a high skyline building. They got into a helicopter, and they went on in their date night (by themselves). It was a beyond words moment. When I first saw that, I came to the realization that when you have money, as well as when you have someone you love, you can do pretty amazing cool things together.
Now, the second thing I learned prior to that day (way prior) was that no matter how many zeros (and commas) you have in your bank account. No matter how many properties, businesses, or things you own, NONE OF THOSE THINGS (material things) means a danmnm thing, unless you can share them with someone you love. [p.s. it is worth noting that: “this” point of view can only comes from someone who is not attached to money, fame, or material things].
WITH THAT SAID, I will say this to you (if you are single): If someone ask you, why are you still single? Tell them: Because I haven’t heard the “echoing” of the love of my life.
“You set off a dream in me. Getting louder now. Can you hear it echoing? Take my hand. Will you share this with me? Because Darling WITHOUT YOU: all the shine of a thousand spotlights, all the stars we steal from the night sky will never be enough. Never be enough. Towers of gold are still too little, these hands could hold the world but it will never be enough. Never be enough FOR ME. Never, never, NEVER!”