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|shroudofrain (profile) wrote, |
on 05-06-11 at 3:57pm
|This is the way I see it:
Your desires can lead you through your future, but your choices can as well.
Say you feel like you'd be settling if you marry someone who just happens to have a steady job/income. That would mean that you think that there might very well be someone else out there.
Say, as well, your desire is to have a family and kids and a healthy marriage.
You, then, stand at a fork in your future: If you choose not to marry this person (that has a steady job and income), then I believe you would be choosing to follow your desires because you're not settling. However, if you do decide to marry this person (knowing that there is a possibility that you might not meet someone with such a solid paycheck every month, so that may mean that life could be hard with someone you want to be with), then your choice has just determined your future, because you settled.