“You have to have both oars in the water to move forward. Otherwise you’ll go in around in circles or nowhere at all.”
This is so simple yet so true.
When you’re in a relationship, you have to have both people involved, with their oars in the water so to speak. If you have just one person putting effort into the relationship as a whole, or a particular problem that’s presented itself, you’ll move but you’ll end up going in circles. If both people decide to do nothing, then you’re going to go nowhere, or be at the mercy of outside forces like the current or the wind.
It’s better to work together. Work together to find a rhythm and a pace. But above all, you have to have both oars in the water.Copyright 2017 Original content authorized only to appear on Money Beagle. Please subscribe via RSS, follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or receive e-mail updates. Thank you for reading.