I heard this on the radio, on my way to work. The topic in discussion was something about spying on cheating partners and tell-tale signs, etc…
But when the DJ spurts out the title statement, I froze for a moment. Then I couldn’t stop laughing, nervously. It was a very simple, harmless statement, yet it holds such a profound meaning, the truth in the sentence was just so overwhelming. I just had to repeat the line again and again. And then I told my friend about it. She was indifferent, and replied me that she sees hundreds of quotes like this on Facebook every day. I rest my case.
So I wrote it on my notebook, and gazed at the words for a while. I started to reflect on my past actions, was there anything close to this? My focus was not on cheating or any other rendezvous (yeah, really), but if I could categorize any of my actions under this statement, what would it be?
I could think of many things; some good, mostly embarrassing. Of course, revealing them now would be a catastrophe.
Then I thought of my partner, my good friends, and some close colleagues. Will I find out anything like this about them? Everyone has some skeletons in their wardrobe, right? The problem is, do I want to know them, really? Or are they better left unknown?
I’m giving some serious thought to this one today.
Happy Monday, everyone.