There was a reason

True love doesn’t need a safety net. If you feel afraid there is something wrong. I listened to my gut and it was right.

3 thoughts on “There was a reason”

  1. All those performers who use safety nets for their acrobatics work. The nets exist so the performers may do what they love for work with decreased risk of injury or death.

  2. I am not the writer, so my interpretation is left as just that.

    Seems analogous to me in the sense that in relationships a social safety net is Akin to setting up the foundation and scaffolding to a stable structure that is the relationship itself, similarly I like to think in terms of how people form their own ’round table’ of influence and advice in terms of personal kingdom maintenance.

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