Not-so-philosophical question : batch 1

The question is : if you think you have found the love you want for a lifetime, would you give up?

Would you leave the chance of standing at the end of this part of your story, thinking 'it's worth all the wait, struggle, and emotional turmoil', even if you just have the slimmest chance?

Would you just that?

Or would you stay, for the faintest glint of hope, for the bubbly dream that might burst in the end of this day?
Even if that means you will expose yourself to your darkest fear, the chance of feeling unimaginable pain that will left you crumbled in pieces?

Call me irrational, whatever, but...

I choose to stay.

...and hang on for dear life.


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