Let’s dig deeper
Now that we’ve read about Menzi, what comes to your mind?
It’s clear this man is established or accomplished in a woman's language.
When I asked what it meant when a woman or man said their partner was perfect:
Reading from my Facebook Group Comments:
Miss Nyeleti said: We all create our own relationships in our heads. We want him or her to be a certain type of person and there’s nothing wrong with that.
Mr Given said: In his opinion: I used to believe that time reveals the person you are with…. but I learned that people have a right to change their minds and how they feel about you by choosing to fall in love with another person. That is why it’s important to choose your partner daily, in a season of love and out of season and honestly, you can never know a person or their intentions….. He continues to say: study them through seasons of your life and theirs…. then you may get to know indications of red flags.
My response to him was: I take it this way… Our actions towards each other (good or bad) reveal the key you choose to open the door with. Do you get what you give? (question mark)
Miss Nyeleti said: What I'm trying to say is that those early months give you the chance to know someone and also to see red flags, even though you have a lifetime to know someone. It’s necessary to know someone’s intentions in those early months.
Mr Mncedi concluded by saying: A gentleman said, “Character” he means: The inherent complex of attributes that determines a person’s moral and ethical actions and reactions.
My next question is: What do you think made Menzi fall for Siza and vice versa? (Yes, I’m still asking this question in another way of course)
Which makes me wonder where they found each other?
I’m laughing at myself as I pose this question to you. Because, many women want to know where to go to be found by good-looking, respectful, loving, wealthy, and hard-working men. (There are so many things I can count, that I haven’t)
You never go looking for a man as a woman. He finds you. (So said many elders, but does that still apply?)
Let’s read on…