LOVELESS. an allegory of love for self

Loveless was the type of girl that would do anything for love. Cooking was a chore and cleaning was a daily task. She used all she'd attained naturally and enhanced whatever was lacking in order to allow nothing to come between the true love that she longed for and herself. One day while getting the house ready for a definite canidate to end her love search, Loveless stumbled upon the cutest little pure white maltese puppy.
"Hi, little puppy what's your name?"
"My name is Purpose, and I'm yours."
"Well are you lost, little Purpose?"
"Not anymore, I am yours."
Loveless was a little confused as to why anyone would name a puppy Purpose but loved him all the same. Her date had stood her up that night and Loveless hadn't even noticed. This act alone was usually enough to send her in a world of self pity that would consume her until the next guy came along. But this time, Loveless was too busy with a little Purpose to even notice, let alone care about some guy that she didn't know.
Days turned into months and months turned into years. Little Purpose had turned out to be exactly what Loveless needed in her life. She gave Loveless a sense of joy that made her appreciate everything that she did have in her life, instead focusing on the things that seemed to elude her. She found in Purpose a real friend that allowed her to truly be herself and not try to be anything other than who she was.
One day while out at the mall, a nice looking gentle man approached Loveless. Seeing has how she had left home sans any makeup and only sported an all white warm up suit and a neat pony tail, Loveless was completely caught off guard by his invitation to join him for dinner that night. As excited as she was, she didn't have time to completely prepare for her dinner date that was a mere 3 hours away. She still had errands to run and her Purpose to tend to. With only a half hour before her date was scheduled to arrive, Loveless took a quick shower, picked out a simple yet pretty dress, and let her hair down. This was a far cry from the usual 360 she'd pull when getting ready for her previous dates but she was pleased with her appearence.
"Hell, if doesn't like it he can kick rocks."
And with that attitude Loveless answered the door after her date's 2nd knock. As she stood in the doorway, she noticed as his mouth formed into a blinding smile.
"I must say, you look absolutly lovely tonight."

The moral of this story, ladies & gents, is that with a little purpose {whateva it maybe} life is way more enjoyable than it is when you sit around waiting and focusing on what you DON'T have. What will happen, will happen and worrying about won't make it happen any faster. Remember that & get some busyness about yourself.

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