It’s said that love is blind but friendship is clairvoyant. I’ve got a friend is madly in love with someone who doesn’t appreciate her at all. A simple discussion boils down to terrible quarrel that would leave them not in talking terms for a long time. I’ve tried talking to both of them but, only realized one common thing. Stubbornness from the guy and fear to be alone from the lady. It’s so sad to see how much one can get abused for the sake of convincing the society that you’re in love. For me it’s unreal and sickening. You don’t have to hold someone to ransom or hold on to something that has since flown over the window. What do you gain in flogging a dead horse? Absolutely nothing but stress.
What do we do when the first signs of a crack in the wall pop-up? Most of us ignore them for one reason or another even though we can smell what’s cooking in the kitchen. We wait until we can see through the wall or when he wall comes down crushing. We will be so lucky if the wall narrowly misses us. But, Murphy’s law always prevail time and time again. The wall always crushes on us for one reason or another. One thing they taught me in martial arts was to never turn your back on your opponent. You keep your eyes on he ball. Don’t lose focus of the game. So, the two love birds in question have completely missed the above points.
There is always a danger when 1- you argue with premature information; 2- you don’t appreciate and trust someone; 3- judge your relationship based on your past experiences.
The truth is, we hardly put our dearest friendships in doubt. We are clairvoyant about our best friends and would avoid at all costs unparalleled injustices. Best friends never divorce.
Knowing is not enough, we must apply.Willing is not enough, we must do. ~ Johann von Goethe.