That’s the rule for the month of May. According to my improv teacher:
“If you don’t enjoy people, if you don’t want to find out about people, then this is not for you.”
She meant improv. I mean life. She had a really good point. If the other person on stage doesn’t mean anything to you, then why are you there? Why wouldn’t you just get up and walk away? If you don’t want to find out about them, and find out about yourself in the process, what are you doing? In improv, you need to need the other people on stage.
Thank you (so sincerely) to the people who are my people in life. The people who I need and who need me. Thank you.
Also, um, the writers at Grey’s Anatomy and I should team up. Seriously:
“At the end of the day, when it comes down to it, all we really want is to be close to somebody. So, this thing where we all keep our distance and pretend not to care about each other, it’s usually a load of bull. So we pick and choose who we want to remain close to, and once we’ve chosen those people we tend to stick close by. No matter how much we hurt them, the people that are still with you at the end of the day, those are the ones worth keeping, and sure sometimes close can be too close, but sometimes that invasion of personal space, it can be exactly what you need.”