in a box

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Even the freest people seem to be boxed in, not able to resist the noxious fumes of the confines they have built.

What is the investment for? And how could one stop oneself from making it? It is the natural impulse – to give and give. One gives because s/he wants to and can do nothing else. But this can lead to unintentionally fractious relations, or at least fractious feelings. Or at least an impasse.

But at some point, the question comes: what is one investing in? If the scales come out weighed down on only one side, the imbalance chokes everything, and the walls close in.

Photo by Eugene Lim on Unsplash

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