Do you think you’re exciting?
Do you think you’re interesting?
Do you think you’re original?
Those are the three questions Hubby and I asked each other this morning. I don’t know why we started to ask the questions but that’s the turn the conversation took.
I wouldn’t be married to someone that I didn’t find interesting or exciting at least some of the time. And let’s face it. None of us are a thrill ride every hour or day of our lives.
However, the one thing I believe we all are is original. No one has ever been like us or will ever be exactly like us again in this world. I think the mistake is some of us believe to be an original, you must seem dynamic, enigmatic or possess genius the world has yet to witness.
The truth is all we ever had to be was conceived.
We just had to be.
The rest–the life lead afterwards just broadens the definition of your own originality.
The question we must ask ourselves is how do we broaden the definition? The broadening determines our interest or excitement factor to those we encounter, live our lives with and love.
Have you ever asked your friends/family/partner these questions?