Some Ships Must Sink

Updated: Apr 21, 2021


The following came directly from a male's perspective:


"The reason we don't take the way out when it's presented is because it's human nature to be afraid of failure. No one... absolutely no one wants to knowingly fail. Whether it's leaving a relationship, being unappreciated at work, or simply taking risks. If there's any inclination we're going to fail, it's human nature to stick with what's familiar. This is and will forever be our deepest fear! The exact reason why we miss our blessings and often have to cry out, "Oh Lord!!!!"

-Buck




Everybody's afforded an out in any relation-SHIP. The type of ship is only semantics because the "out" you're presented is applicable across the board. If you don't take the out that you were afforded the first, second, or even third time and beyond, then you really don't have the right to be upset that YOU kept a ship that was supposed to sink, floating.




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