If I had three wishes:
I am sure you have heard the stories of the Jeanie in the lamp. If you rub the lamp and the Jeanie comes out he will be at your service and grant you three wishes. Once your last wish has been used then the Jeanie will no longer belong to you.
As this story was pulled from the files of my memory bank, I was asked a simple question. What three wishes would you wish for if you had a Jeanie in a lamp?
The First wish would involve something my heart searches for all the time. My life longs for something that this world seems to call true love. I long for something that I can trust in.
Real love is something that I cannot believe does not exist. So many fairy tales involve a happily ever after ending. If we human beings are truly in control of our future, then shouldn’t we have the ability to make a happy ending for ourselves?
Somehow, I watch good relationships turn into bad ones and I am always telling myself that I am not going to be one of those failures that the course of nature seemed to take under.
I know that commitment is a hard thing to have, but when you truly love someone committing to that one person is not such a big deal. Love in this day and age is a light switch that seems to be turned off at the moment things become rocky. I want something that lasts forever, with a man who will love me for who I am forever.
For my second wish, I would wish for all negativity and suffering in the world to end. Everyone hurts, and every single person in this world has known pain and heartache. I would wish that people would start thinking more positive and that no one would deceive or hurt another. After all, it is often our own actions that cause someone else to suffer.
The third wish would be just the exact lesson that was taught in the Disney classic Aladin. I would wish for the freedom of every single Jeanie, so that way no evil person could get a hold of a Jeanie and wish suffering upon the world.
My goal in life is to help others. The only thing I want for myself is a real love. I would definitely use the two last wishes for others to have happiness. I would not need anything else once I had that real love in my life.