Standing with my friend on the crossroad

Right now I am facing a situation when one of my close friends has made some profound changes in her life. And the result of these changes is that she has decided to walk another path. I do not know if she can see yet that our path start to split but I do. It is not a big deal because she has the right to make this decision but it just means that she cannot walk both path at the same time. And thus I want to have a conversation with her as soon as possible and make sure that she is also aware of this situation and that she really wants to do it. And if she does then we need to make sure that does not try to walk both paths at the same time.

So this is actually very simple. I notice some changes and I talk about it openly. And we try to find a constructive solution. And the constructive solution may mean that we allow each other to walk our paths separately.

You'll know... I say that this is simple but this is only because I have learned in the past the hard way. I had a very similar situations with my good friend and I ignored the signs telling me that he made the decision to walk another path. And it all ended up in disaster. I do not want to make the same mistake so I decide to act. First I will talk with my friend and only then I will make the appropriate decision. This may also mean that if my friend is not aware of the change then I will make the decision myself taking into consideration what is best for both of us and best for all.

Simple. Commons sense and reason.

To be continued...


Written: 2017 - February - 02   Published: 2017 - August - 24      © Copyright - Greg Wiater