The word “relationship” conjures images of trust, love and sacrifice. And while those facets are real, we rarely acknowledge the more practical side of our connection to others.
The truth is that “relationship” is also a romantic way of talking about our selfishness—the same way “mystery” is a poetic way of talking about our ignorance.
Here’s the bottom line: I will inconvenience you to convenience me.
Feels good to say it out loud. Join me if you like. It’s cathartic.
I will inconvenience you to convenience me.
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