Truth and boundaries, sometimes a firm and other times fluid relationship, ever a reconciliation.
You shouldn’t fear boundaries, but you should not
be afraid of destroying them. That’s what is
most important if you want to be free:
respect for and exasperation with boundaries.
We want a fixed relationship, a boundary to frame our truth, a neat definition. Yet, our own eyes are never the same in their sight.
As Maya Angelou said, when I know better, I do better. It is not always a pleasant feeling, that moment of freedom.
Destroying a boundary is its own dilemma: I want to change but I want to stay the same, too. Truth is not fixed but free and yes, exasperating. I hold it in high regard.
Not a one of us is the person we were five minutes ago. Not a one. We might as well be a bit gentle with each other.