It’s V Not Triangle

It is true that as time progresses, you learn to live from your mistakes, earn valuable lessons from past experiences while you cherish those moments that you have spent with people whom you dear most. People have always said that I am very tactful when I speak, yet when construed to what my mind processes against what I say, never have I perfected to express the genuine state of my elusion to decide – yes or no; just like in a binary system of computers and dissecting the possible outcomes of a Bernoulli trials in a statistical experiment.

Much to my surprise, I am caught in this fluvial two-streamed path: safety versus challenge. I could never be bored but come to think of it, three decades of breathing and yet I have not achieved being in a safe place, only recently. On the second path, the rush invigorates your being to push further and farther, not just for myself but actually in pairs!

Just like what happened on May 30th of 2006 when I finally cut ties to my twin sister so the society would accept me. I was too weak to stand on the decision I made [sic]. Honestly, it made my life better despite I had the most enjoyable lifestyle – extroverted, social, fun and endearing.

Was I strong enough not to deviate from the norm or does it also apply now that not picking and choosing V than following a decision system of Yes or No mediates to If-Then-Else thinking of having a net in place?

I shall resume being an adult.