Everybody has a story to tell, yet some stories are best left untold.
But, we pry for details because we fear the unknown and what the unknown could hold.
We seek. And then we play a game. A game of the if and the but, the might and the might not, the could and the should.
Until we arrive at a masterpiece, the one blueprint to someone else’s life, so we can continue to play the game, because we have chances to take and nothing to lose. We don’t introspect; we fear confrontation, so the story we define is the story to tell until that story of that “someone else” ceases to exist.