As William Shakespeare said,,,,Love looks not from the eyes ..but from the mind..
I love this quote as I think this is so very true in my experience.I know I am always drawn to someone of a similar mindset to myself....regardless to a great extent of age or looks.and it has worked vica versa
However...I have to admit I have also attracted my fair share of clowns! haha : ))
..altho none on this site yet thankfully!..
i think i disagree. if people are too much alike i think things might be a little mundane. shouldnt we learn and maybe take with us the good qualities that we "adopt" or learn from others close to us that we admire and / or respect?
I disagree, we do not attract what we are at all. For example if youre a beautiful person , do you always attract beautiful people ? not all the time, you end up attracting the wrong attention in retrospect. The weirdos, the geiks , people the totally opposite of yourself. I wish I did attract what I really wanted.
Thats just how I feel about that sayin.
Might be true in some circumstances like smile and the world will smile back..i also agree that we also can attract what we might need at a certain moment anddisattract what we dont...but they also say opposites attract for a reason meaning sometimes opposites complete eachother while the same can get into a fuzz...so i would say its relative..as stated...an innocent lamb will definately attract a vicious wolfe etc...the human mind is very complex and there are many sensoric strings floating which either get picked up or picks up...waves..hence attraction is somewhat unexplanable to a precise point.
I dont agree, Ive been on a few dating cites and I never attract someone like me, I have a degree and am always looking for someone who is educated but I always attract the opposite, I am very positive and some of these men just tell me sad or negative stories no matter how I try to turn the conversation around Or I will try to chat about meaningful things and they just want to talk about " your cute " or "what are you doing tonight"
Does an innocent woman attract an abuser? Does she need an abuser?
Does an honest person attract an honest person? I would have wanted one and certainly I needed an honest person. Does someone who is more vivacious attract only vivacious people? There are too many examples but the clear answer is NO to the questions.
I don't think we attract who we are. We attract who we need. Our needs change after a while, as do the person we attract, so we grow apart. Thus, monogamy is not natural in this respect. But that is another story.