Wednesday, August 31, 2011
You would think that measuring distance would be easy.
If A to B is 100 miles, then B to A should equal the same 100 miles.
I’m not great at math, but that seems logical.
However, when it comes to relationships, distance isn’t measured with logic.
In many relationships one person seems tasked with the responsibility of keeping the relationship going.
They make the phone calls. The visits. Write the emails. Texts.
The other person seems to be on the receiving end, rarely giving in return.
In truth, one person can’t sustain a relationship alone. It does take two.