When is the right time? (part II)


Let’s do some math

If when COURTING (dating) I come to the conclusion that the person I’m dating is really the one for me then I shouldn’t take too long to get married otherwise I’ll surrender myself to temptation.

Okay. That’s clear. Now, what if then I’m not planning to marry that person right now because I’m only 17 years old and also because I have barely started college?

Does this mean that I’ll date this person for another 3, 4 years? Isn’t it dangerous to my hormones?

Moreover, I haven’t accomplished much in my finances, got a decent job, nor built a solid foundation yet.

Well, if I’m using my intelligence and not my emotions (you can’t do math using your emotions anyways), neither following the impulses of my heart, I can conclude that it’s too early for me to commit myself to a relationship at this time of my life.

Ha-ha… gotcha! The question now is: Who is brave enough to use the MIND and not the HEART to solve this love equation?

2 Responses to “When is the right time? (part II)”

  1. Danny Martinez says:

    This is true!!! We cannot use our emotions and if we do, we will be in trouble! We have to use our intelligence, our mind, our brain, and not think with the heart because if we do, that is it for us!!! We have to Be Smart About Love and not dumb with it by using out heart!!!

  2. VPEcali VPEcali says:

    Nice comment Danny! thats right we all have to Be Smart About Love.

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