There is a candy store. You tried this one piece of candy, only one of its kind, and you absolutely love it. It does for you what no other piece of candy has. It fulfills your taste, doesn’t get stuck in your teeth, no bad after taste, no color change on your tongue and it is even good for you. Unfortunately, it does not quench your curiosity. You still want other pieces of candy despite loving this one so much. So the candy poses the option to you that you can have this candy, one of a kind, for the rest of your life or have the option to dip and dab into any of the other candies that does not satisfy you in the same way that this one does, but presents a multitude of varieties. What is your decision?
You know, I love the holidays. When I was younger, aside from the gifts, my favorite part about the holidays was the decorations. You like decorations too, I’m sure. So, let’s say that you like ornaments in particular. Out of all the ornaments, the different shapes and colors, you seem to always be drawn to the circle ones. It’s just something about them. Every year, you put them up, they fall, break or tarnish, and every year, you buy more of the same ornaments. Stay with me. Have you ever thought about buying different ornaments? All ornaments aren’t the same. Neither are people. You keep dating the same type of people, something goes wrong, and you find yourself dating the same type of people again only to say that all men/women are the same. When ole faithful falls through, it’s time to try something new (hey, that rhymed!)
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