They say opposites attract, and in some ways, that is true.
No two people are ever the same. Sure, there can be similarities and differences. And between some people, their differences are greater and others it’s their similarities.
But it’s not the differences or similarities which creates love. It’s the connection between the two, its revelling in the joys and supporting in the lows that come from those differences, it’s taking a step back when you’re being too similar and you just need space.
It’s revolving around one another, springing backwards and forwards in a lifelong dance that takes you through all the crazy and wonderful and weird things this life can throw at the pair of you.
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