Saturday, October 11, 2008

Is a fairy tale just that?

Is it a figment of someone's imagination that has been fed into our subconscious and filed under "the cinderella ending & others with happily ever afters" that would never really happen.





Or do things like that actually happen? And why is it that when we hear about a so called "fairy tale"esque encounter.. that we would rather think its made up or an exaggeration than *godforbid* an actual possibility.





Have we become so cynical that we won't even allow for the idea of the possibility of a "magical moment" to register?





Isn't reality merely a perception after all? Or have we shunned it into a rigid framework of does happen/ doesn't happen?





Fact is: when 6 women, all well educated, multi-cultured and fairly open minded, were faced by the prospect of "happily ever after" and the "magical encounter", all 6 of us smirked sarcastically and gave each other a knowing look of "yeah like that would ever happen".





We think outside the box every day, at work, in projects and on a professional basis, but we feel its better to confine ourselves to what we see as the reality of a situation when it comes to our personal lives.





Sad, isn't it?







- to fairy dust and magical stories that actually happen xx

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12 comments:

ĐǻñĎõøðñ said...

yup - they dont exist anymore.

its that simple.

its not abt us being cynical, but its more abt the way the world is lately :(

Sham3at Al Jillas said...

I don't think they ever existed. I think it is something we entertain ourselves with to avoid our bitter reality. Be that as it may, some happily-ever-after's do occur from time to time.

Mi said...

They were called fairy tales, ie they can only be possibly happening in never land.

plastic said...

true

Big Pearls said...

I don't believe in happy endings, even when it is a happy ending!

Fastidious Babe said...

dandooon: i guess fairy tales are things from the past!



sham3at al jillas: yes, but why is it so hard for us to have faith in that "happily ever after" ?



mi: lol oh to live in such a world! x



plastic: yup



BP: me too.. i always wait for the other shoe to drop or something..!

desertpalms said...

i still believe in happy endings and fairytales...call me naive or whatever, but id rather be that than be the opposite..no faith at all. =)

I ♥ pink Sugar said...

there is a magical world, opposed to a world of reality and compromise. Now im not saying a realistic world does not encounter a "happily ever after" ending. It certainly does, only if comprimses are considered and overlooked.

Fastidious Babe said...

Desertpalms: it does give u a positive perspective when u have faith in fairytale-esque encounters.. So yes dream, but watch ur back while doing so..


Pinksugar: it probably does exist, reality is a perception after all..

Fury said...
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Fury said...

The world is as you dream it.I think its all relative..one's fairy tale could be another's nightmare and vice versa.however,hoping/wishing for a fairy tale or something magical to happen does help one during some bleak days.I dont believe in fairy tale endings and stuff.

Fastidious Babe said...

yes indeed it is all relative.. having a positive outlook is always a good thing :) xx