Inspired by Ramdesh Kaur.
All kinds of women exist. If you're looking for a true soul partner, marry a woman who adopts a pIt bull.
She will see beyond stereotypes to truly assess a soul. She won't go chasing after the latest ephemeral fads.
Other people's perceptions and fears won't sway her. A woman who adopts a pit bull follows her own compass, she looks beyond the surface to find love, loyalty and lots of cuddling. She will love you for you, for the jewels in your soul that will shine when they meet her gaze.
Marry a woman who adopts a pit bull. She embraces what others fear, and in return, revels in the love she receives. A woman who adopts a pit bull will love you fully and fearlessly. A woman who adopts a pit bull is not for the faint of heart.
Marry a woman who adopts a pit bull. She embraces what others cast off. Her love transforms what others throw away and shun. A woman who loves a pit bull will love you scars and all. She will love you all the more for the scars you have.
Marry a woman who adopts a pit bull. She gets up and goes out, every day no matter the weather. A woman who adopts a pit bull gives her all. To her responsibility is a part of life, like breathing. She knows not everything is easy, and she doesn't expect it to be. She will challenge you to be your better self.And you will rejoice at how easy that will be.
Marry a woman who adopts a pit bull. She loves to play. She knows it's good for the soul and good for the body. She will show you how to treasure joy.
Marry a woman who adopts a pit bull and you will find yourself becoming your truest self. You will happily talk to strangers and show them not to judge a book by its cover. You will delight in their joy as they smile while preconceived notions are happily licked away. You will look deeply beyond what you see at first glance to find happiness and love. You will play till you are exhausted and laugh at fatigue.
Marry a woman who adopts a pit bull and walk through the world fearlessly. Not because their is a fierce beast at the end of the leash. But because of the fierce woman at your side.
For the second year, The Huffington Post is holding a week-long, community-driven effort to bust the myths and raise awareness about pit bulls, a maligned "breed" that often bears the brunt of dated, discriminatory legislation that can make it near impossible for these dogs to find a forever home. You can follow along with HuffPost Pit Bull Week here, or on social media where we'll be using the hashtag #PitBullWeek.