this post is taken from my friend’s note. I re-post here because i like the way he made an analogy.. haha.. you go my friend!!
A friend of mine told me, that he want to get married after he fulfill his dream,
he said he will get married when he reach 35-37 years old.. (What the….!!)
The reason is so simple, he just don’t want his family then distract him from his dream…
So, does marriage really distract one’s idealism??
For me, a family is like a cup of coffee…
It may be tasted awfully sometimes,
It may consume your money,
It may harm your health if you drink it too much,
Or i can say it may hamper you in such way…
But, if you chose your coffee carefully with proper dosage,
It can accompany you through your midnight work,
It can recharge you when you feel saturated
It can make you stay awake when you’re doing your final project (haha!!),
It can help you to feel relax in Sunday morning…
In brief, it can also support you!!
So chose your “coffee” carefully, chose whom can support you…
It’s not just about choosing a wife for yourself,
It’s about choosing a mother for your children,
It’s about choosing a daughter in law for your parent,
It’s about choosing a new family member for your relative,
It’s about choosing a partner to struggle together for your dream!
“If you want to keep your idealism, just choose an idealist partner too!”
surely.. couldn’t agree more.. coffee is about a taste..
i think we have to learn how to do somethings in parallel manner rather than in serial. i mean we don’t have to do, in this case, marriage after all the dreams is reached.. oh come on! we have limited time around here, fellas..
well.. i know what the taste of coffee i like most, and of course i want to pursue my dream accompany with my coffee.. haha… yes, no doubt about.. would you …?The note is courtesy of Ardha Pradikta, re-posted with permission. Thanks to ardha and the gank who made such a superb analogy..