Wow, a ddouble post, wrote this and the other last night
Trust is one of the most fragile things that a human can possess. Through life you start out giving trust easily, but life teaches you lessons, life teaches you that trust always gets betrayed. So you build walls to keep yourself in and keep others out. You say to yourself, “I know of these walls therefore they don’t define me”, but they do, because you are still in denial. Of course every now and then, someone comes along with the power to shatter walls, someone comes along and you open up and let them into your walls, but as life has taught us trust cannot be trusted, and eventually something will happen and you try to put the walls back, and because of what happened you build the walls bigger and it takes longer for the next person to be able to break them. But it happens someone comes along and you convince yourself that they can be trusted that the last time you had bad judgement but you can see clearly now. And again, you get hurt and the walls are rebuilt, bigger again, thicker too. This goes on and on and the walls grow and grow.
But what happens if when the right person (or one of the right people) comes along and your walls are too high for them?
Spread the love not the legs