And they lived happily ever after . . .

You know what’s striking in fairytales? Besides the happy ending I mean…It’s striking that the good characters have a happy ending and the bad ones don’t.

Here’s what I’m getting at: I don’t think that’s a coincidence. I think that’s the point.

Fairytales can happen if you’re willing to work: work hard at yourself and your relationships. 

My point: it’s not a coincidence that the good characters in fairytales are exceedingly good. Good things tend to happen to good people and vicerversa bad things to bad people.

Princess: good, kind, hard working, compassionate, educated, stylish, subtle, courages… how are you doing on the list?

Prince Charming: brave, independent, strong, financially secure, wise, good-hearted, compassionate, kind, charming

We all want to live in a fairytale. The question is: are we willing to pay the price? It’s like wanting a Ferrari for a car. It can happen, but there’s a lot of work and saving that you have to put into it.

Good things can happen, and you can enjoy them, but not devoid of hard work and knowing how things go in this world. And if you think that you really are a good deal and have worked hard on yourself but the fairytale isn’t happening, maybe you need to revisit how you relate to others. Being charming or seductive isn’t natural to most people, but you can develop that skill like any other.

I wish you the best and I hope that you will live in a fairytale as much as one can on this earth. I also hope that this has been an encouraging and enlightening post for those who don’t know how to get there. Some of the other post touch on these matters as well.

More important than living happily ever after is to live right. Happily ever after will follow.

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