Closure

We went down to Grafton today to meet my aunt for lunch. We were telling each other quotes when I said to her, “the best way to clear muddy water is to let it be.” To which she responded, ‘yeah, but then you’ll never get closure.’ It really got me thinking, how much closure do we really need and when is it time to just cut our losses?

 

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2 thoughts on “Closure

  1. addie north says:

    I love this metaphor and the way you interpreted it! I think that sometimes just walking away from a bad situation, finally acknowledging that you have the strength to make that choice, is closure enough. The more we search through the muddy water, the less clarity we will find.

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    • Disco Lemonade says:

      That’s how I feel too. Going back hasn’t really added anything of extreme value to my life except for the lesson that you can’t go back. I’ve learned to just go through my thoughts and emotions on my own accord and in time, life seemingly always offers us closure whether through returning us to the people and places or through other similar avenues.

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