oh how it's a small, small world. networks overlap. social circles could still touch somewhere, no matter how off-tangent one may think it is.
- want to watch X? YES
- watch X with Y? YES
- make plans for the day? NO
- want to come with me? YES
- ask the question again? NO
- reply the sms? YES
- make the detour? YES
- tell earlier or later? LATER
seemingly-little decisions made at split seconds, some running away from the norm, produced surprising results at the end of the day.
oh how we laughed till our sides ached over it and made running jokes to the moon and back at 3am. but in retrospect, soberly, it's less of a laughing matter.
trust. respect. gratitude. somebody's future. and more than that.
it's a cruel world as it is, and everybody is fighting their own battle. we all know that, right?
as such, i'm very wary of the possibilities of inflicting wounds inadvertently, no matter how insignificant it may seem at the moment. there's no need for it, surely. and furthermore, things have a way of getting out of control, especially when you least expect it. no reason to risk something that's of no real value to anybody.
to that certain someone, thank you, for sharing my view.