Relationship isn’t personal. Not from an observance point, but from an emotional point, oh boy, watch the house go down!
Each individual is going through moments, all of them, as a single unit of expression which, when combined, allows the whole to be seen. It looks as though they are all separate, occasionally bumping into each other, maybe falling in love and staying awhile, or perhaps they just kind of bounce from one to the other, no connection which lasts too long.
Looking at neurons in film, they reach out, touching, merging and changing, shifting, as it’s life goes along.
You see this most easily when you think of someone moving to a new city, or state, or country. The area they move to will be affected by their contribution, things will change. And when they move again, things will shift again, for all parties involved.
Each person has this affect on their surroundings, every moment of every day. I wonder if people see themselves as a virus, or as antibodies.
They merge every so often, staying awhile, maybe a little longer, and then a new experience comes along to shift perspective, physical location, or a complete mind blow ( I don’t know about you but it seems one of my favorite phrases is, “that blows my mind!”) which is where that came from.
It seems to be habitual for some to get real upset when the time has come for ‘disconnect’ or movement of sorts in a relationship. It really isn’t personal, although everyone makes it so … yes, including me. It seems to be typical that humans are “led” by their emotions instead of “leading” them, controlling them rather than being controlled by them.
Life forms on this planet should be dancing together, yet it appears they would rather do anything but.