Thursday, February 12, 2015
Nothing I love more than observing people. In one-on-one conversations or just how they go through life. There's a big disconnect between what people really want and what they are settling for. A subject that keeps my brain busy. There are a million quotes about comfort zones and how if you ever want to cross an ocean you have to let go of the shore. How come some people hold on to the shore but the moment they see another boat trying to cross the ocean they instantly want to jump on board. If you choose to settle then choose your choice. You don't love her enough not to hit on me when she's standing there watching you. Then don't choose to love her. If you do something do it good. Love somebody good or don't love them at all. She didn't force it on you, you chose this. The fact that you're not man enough to swim the ocean is not her fault, it's yours. However if you stay at the shore then make sure you are happy being there. It's hard for me not to judge people who obviously are not content with the choices they have made. She has the right to know the kind of person he is, but I guess: Don't judge, don't tell.