Have you accepted 'Single Blessedness'?
July 23, 2010 2:33am CST
Many people does and I think it's a good way of life. Being single and staying single doesn't mean you are sad and alone in life. Many single people are happy and contented with their life and a lot of them are already financial stable. Why so? because they have focused more on themselves and their work. Have you accepted single blessedness?
• United States
23 Jul 10
If you're truly a good person you would also care about other people, I'm not saying anything wrong with being independent but acring for others wouldn't hurt either. Also knowing someone there that loves you and always be there for you wouldn't hurt :) If your life is good now, I'm pretty sure it would be vetter having someone by yourside no matter what. Its always a good feeling to be loved.
26 Jul 10
Hi dear, I have crossed over that phase. But I know some of my close friends have blessed with this single blessedness. One girl now she crossed 48, living alone and preferred her way to live in such a way. She tells me: I have brothers and sister younger to me, got married while I was not getting a perfect match for myself. I give way to them and my perceptions didn't come on my way and after some age I prefer the solitude as my good friend. Mean time few proposals also come up, which I didn't like. Now I prefer to live alone." She has mom, dad and brothers and sisters. Now she is settled in a city and independently living with her own income and satisfied with her job. She has insurances and properties etc. All are willed in the names with whom she likes too much. So, I think it is a life which come across to them. It my be either their own choice and they are forced to accept. One thing is sure, there is sacrifice involved in such life and which is unwritten, only we can read if we got such a mind. Regards, Thank-s
24 Jul 10
Yes, I like being single though I cannot call it a blessed condition. At times, I want someone to share my dreams and my worries, someone to be there when I feel so lonely. But most of the time, I am happy that I am single, I don't have to feel a deep longing to see someone, don't have to feel worried when he does not call, don't have to feel suspicious when he does not keep a promise, and don't have to feel jealous when he is befriending a female colleague. All in all, yes I am happy to be single.
• United Arab Emirates
23 Jul 10
well survey proved that married people live longer than single. Well we dont know what problems they face when they live alone. They also must be going through a lot of trauma in life which they would not want to share with anyone.
23 Jul 10
Hello! Each and everyone of us have our own free will and if someone decide to stay single for the rest of his life, either by fate or by choice then let it be. As you mentioned, there are lots of advantages being single but there's also lots of things that they missed out unlike the married couples, but if they're happy and contented enough living the life they chose, then its enough to accept they're chosen life path. For as long as they're happy, then im happy for them too. Good night!