The closer you get to people, the more you see their scars, pains, vices, shortcomings, etc.
After reading a post via Peace Hacks, https://peacehacks.com/2019/04/01/unhappy-marriage/, it hit me. I can relate to grandparents not seeming to like each other, ha! I grew up with my grandparents. I can’t say that I thought they hated each other, I just saw them as two people who fell into a routine over the years. A commitment that overshadowed their love for each other. As a child I saw routines that now as an adult I equate to love, I chose to call it stability. And because of their rearing, routine equals stability, and stability equals love. This article is a good read, please stop by and read it for yourself.
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