Legend says . . .
One day the world woke up and screamed: I want my TWIN FLAME! Now, on that day, an epiphany was born . . . in order to “override” egos (and ego views of ourselves), a new strategy was created! Legend said, our eye won’t see our Twin Flame as beautiful until we’re “ready,” until we see ourselves as beautiful, or until we gain “permission” to! . . . That being said, everyone’s idea of beauty, everyone’s vision, everyone’s idea of self was suddenly under scrutiny! It was a shock to discover how funny the eyes of Twin Flames really were!!! Gorgeous individuals had NO idea their Twin Flame couldn’t see them the way their peers, a camera, and their own eyes did!
The legend went on to say . . .
That the true image of your Twin Flame as the “HOTTEST PERSON ALIVE” was locked under divine guardianship! Your eyes can’t see it until you’re ready to see TRUTH, BEAUTY, and LOVE.
This upset the world! Arguments of denial, frustration, and hate erupted! People were saying things like, “You mean? I’m not NICE enough to think positively of my Twin Flame? You mean I’m not evolved enough to find them drop dead gorgeous? You mean . . . my eyes are STILL not letting me see that picture!!!” The answer was: NOPE!!! NOT YET!!! And Maybeee? ;-P
So the legend said . . .
Suddenly everyone’s view of beauty changed! All of a sudden, to walk around “the curse” of the “your eyes are locked legend,” EVERYONE wanted to date “JUST SOME GUY . . . “ and “Just some girl . . .” and, “Just some ordinary person . . .” and the slogan “they’re just some person,” was SO IN, it became so attractive to find “the human look . . . HOT!!!”
So, there you have it!!! The legend , temporarily known as the “Just Some Guy CRAZE” moved everyone to worship the beauty of the ordinary being. . .
Disclaimer: this and all other Twin Flame stories on this blog are fictional, and though morals are present and messages vary, the intent is to vividly craft perspectives, ideas, and fun stories about Twin Flames. They are all written with love.
Copyright( 2017) Simone J. Hrouda