Dive in for your Pearl

Pearls don’t just wash up on the shore. You’re going to have to dive into the ocean if you want one. Same as that finding a partner. To find people who could make you feel more important than pearl needs to dive into the feelings of love, trust, and respect. Nowadays, natural pearls are rare. Only 1 in about 10,000 wild oysters generate a pearl and from them, only a small percentage have the size, shape, and color desirable to the jewelry industry. So there might be some oysters that look like they have the pearl you need, but once you can know sizing people, you won’t invest your feelings in the wrong people. You can’t make a living diving for pearls which means it is not the only thing that keeps you alive yet it is the most important and interesting part of life. It’s all the lessons that our life teaches us. Pursuit our goals. Also, Diver overcomes their fears to dive in as similar as that those who are willing to go beyond their comfort zone and are eager to overcome their fear of love, compassion, trust, or any other feelings can only try to dive deep inside the ocean. None of the divers knew whether his shell which a pearl or not. I believe it depends on 60% willingness to find one and 40% luck. Let me conclude by using a Chinese proverb that says this just right. “Pearls don’t lie on the seashore. If you want one, you must dive for it.”


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