Despite the fact we all came into this world unaccompanied, we form bonds, interesting relationships and complex associations with others. Even twins came into this world at separate times, indicating that we came alone and will surely go back alone.
I cannot imagine life without some of the interesting relationships we have with our families, friends and even our enemies. The complexities of these relationships shape our existences, determine our next move and bring to bear on us the zeal or pressure needed to go through the journey of life.
I admire and love every relationship I have with others—including those who scream at me when they bump into me. They put me on my toes and give me a reason to watch my back, making me extra vigilant as I make the moves that count. Such people give me another reason why I should not fail; else they will go a whole year celebrating my failure with expensive bottles of fine win—that is if they can even afford that…
Nevertheless, admiring the relationships you have with people should not stop you from walking into your GLORY; these relationships should not become obstacles and prevent you from doing the things that matter most to your life.
Coming into this world alone translates into being unique with distinctive dreams and aspirations—and until you work towards achieving them, you will always feel empty. When making a journey towards your set goals and dreams, you may come across people who have closely related goals and you can form great relationships with them to make the journey together. Remember, their destinations are not exactly where you are going; it just happens that you are all going to the same street or you will pass through the town where they want to settle.
There is nothing wrong in having a travelling companion, someone to share the burden with, someone to talk to, someone to check the compass with when you feel lost and more importantly, someone to walk in the dark with, when the sun disappears. But do not forget your destination, do not shift gears and make these relationships you build in life become the ultimate, forgetting the reasons why they were formed in the first place.
A lover may let go his dreams to follow that of his partner. This sounds perfect and seems to give essence to love—but eventually, one will always feel empty, with unwanted consequences which can even break the relationship.