Author Topic: I know that we spend our whole lives holding on to what we have. We fear loss as much as death itself. But without loss, there is no change. And without change, there is no life.  (Read 65 times)

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Constable, it seems something is troubling you? How so? There's an expression on your face that suggests you have a thought in your head.
Do you remember I asked you about visiting Paris? No.
And then I was away for some time? - No.
- No.
Well, in any case, I did.
I went to Paris with Nina.
And she wants to go again, but for good.
So, you're considering leaving us all behind? I don't want to.
My whole life is here.
But I could imagine a life there.
I don't know.
If I if I don't go, I lose Nina.
If I do, I lose everything else that's dear to me.
One loss doesn't outweigh the other? The enormity of either seems too great to contemplate.
Oof.
Well I can't give you any advice.
But I can tell you what I know.
I know that we spend our whole lives holding on to what we have.
We fear loss as much as death itself.
But without loss, there is no change.
And without change, there is no life.
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