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Now. Have you ever wondered why you've never
actually gotten along with your other siblings? Even
when you actually dig the same things?
How about not being able to be closer to someone
despite knowing for a fact that the two of you have
a lot of things on common?
Or better yet, why can't you just penetrate the walls
of someone who's just completely different from you?
Well, first thing's up, you have to always bear in mind
that just because people have similar interests or similarities
with you doesn't make you any more special to them than
how you already are to them.
Some people like durians. Some people just don't.
Just because you both whack the same breed of
durians at the same durian buffet sharing the same
buffet table doesn't mean you'll actually strike a
conversation with one another for sure.
Your bonds with people don't come from similar
interest. You may have dated the same person,
or drank the same things, or eat out with the same
people, have the same hobbies, watched the same
movies, experienced similar scenarios in several points
in life or could maybe share the same classroom for 5
years, or better yet, looks the same, but that doesn't
mean you're gonna get along just fine.
Getting along takes more than just a common ground.
It goes beyond the level of similar interest and similarities.
There are many ways to get along, but one of those sure
ways, is when both parties never cease to surprise and inspire
one another in unique ways.
Some inspiration is one-sided, but for those that are
reciprocated, you'll witness a certain strength in its
mutual positive magnetism It's just that good and it
does nothing but make even empty bonds stronger.
It really is just that good.
Next up, there's a reason why people say opposites
attract. But we all know for a fact that the statement is
not all that entirely true.
Just because two people are of total complete polar
opposites of one another doesn't guarantee you a natural
bond like Edward, Jacob and Bella or EJ and Renesme.
So just because someone eats durians and someone else
doesn't won't give you a special ticket to strike an interesting
conversation now will it? Just because you drink and that
person smokes is just the same scenario all over again.
But we do know for a fact that when there is that familiar
ground for you to tread in together, the less likely you are to be
surprised or inspired by one another. But it's just as mundanely
similar as having no common grounds at all you see.
So really, don't bother yourself with looking for people with
similar interests or something "different". Relationships with
people aren't based on similar interests or differences you have,
but it's that special magnetic force you always share whenever
you're together, so much so that even when you run out of things
to say, being with one another still feels comforting enough, and
silence would actually feel like an actual conversation without the
need for words to dance in the chat bubble. Just nothing but the
presence of the both of you.
And when that happens, well, maybe it's called friendship for some
people. But I'd like to think that it's more than that. Because friendship
is just severely overrated these days. Just because we're friends doesn't
mean I have to do all the things you do or agree with every single
thing you think now do I? HA.
Now this privilege, is something I can confidently say for sure we all have
in common, alongside us being omnivores, mammals, and have the intellect
to help kill the earth of help save it.
But just because we all have this privilege, or even if we don't, that doesn't
guarantee us great bonds or
similarities/differences and nothing else to that.
Yes. It's actually really not all that complicated you see.