Chapter One

 
As promised Franky, here are my thoughts on Chapter One.
 
Recently, my brother-in-law Franky gave me a book titled "Boy meets Girl" with the instructions to only read chapter 1.  It isnt that the book in its entirety isnt important, only that he felt chapter one would be… well… educational for me I guess.
 
So, I found it to be kind of inspiring and pretty relevant.  True, regardless of where you come from – God does not discriminate and also interesting that ‘dating’ can be viewed as a path to marriage, and not a means to fill a void.  I especially thought it was interesting that he ended up with the kind of girl he never pictured for himself and that once he thought about it, her past didnt really matter to him because they were both at the same place now.
 
Thats really all I can devote to a public blog bear – you know the rest. Of course, its led me to do a lot of thinking lately about whether or not I am ready to start dating again with that intention in mind. 
 
We’ll see. 
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2 comments

  1. her past didnt really matter to him because they were both at the same place now
    – How true.  That’s exactly where forgiveness is. 
     
    ‘dating’ can be viewed as a path to marriage, and not a means to fill a void
    – That’s something that kept me out of a lot of pointless relationships before Sarah came along.  Sure, I caved once or twice, but I’m glad I tried to wait for Sarah as much as I could.  Hey, Bern, could you pass that message on to Becky?  😛
     

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