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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