Thursday, March 17, 2005

Just a Brother...

Guys, have you ever been called a brother by someone that you like, adore, and just plainly wish to ask that person of the opposite sex that you would like to go on a date, get to know each other better and even, just maybe become partners in a commercialized romantic world of ours? Well I have… and more times I have been called this then I really like.
And so i ask this question, “Why am I called a brother?” It just popped into my complex mind after I have lots of time on my own to contemplate the ponder…

Guys: Does it seem that there is a large banner that follows you around with out you knowing it and has the words “Hi! I am a brother material…So please call me your brother!” This same sentence also seems to be craved onto your forehead that only the opposite sex are able to see.

What does it means to be ones brother? Is it that, that particular person:
A.) So like my real brother back home thus adopt him as a brother.
B.) You are so cute I want to adopt you as my brother away from home.
C.) I consider you as my friend and brother…nothing more.
D.) We can be close but as friends only.

Ladies, is there some other worldly reasons to call the other humanoid a brother? I would like to know. What is it that qualifies a man to be bestowed the benevolent title of a Brother?

I do understand and respect that it is a really noble title to give a guy and too your eyes, ladies, it’s a good thing. But I am curious to find out… If the scenario is that this guy is a good friend and you know him for some time now. Then he one day reveals that he like you. What make that person become a brother? Could it be a polite way to reject someone that you know whom would wish and hope to have a relationship with you?

I know I am going to hate the answer, but I just got to quench my curiosity…

Sunday, March 06, 2005

Quote for the future...

"Cherish all your happy moments: they make a fine cushion for old age."

Christopher Morley


"Faith has to do with things that are not seen , and hope with things that are not in hand."

Saint Thomas Acquinas