So anyone that’s been in a relationship long enough eventually reaches a point where they share something with their significant other specifically to get the other person’s feedback. Usually, this shared item has some sort of impact on the first individual and they are trying to see if it has the same significance to their better half.
This could be book, a movie, a quote, a joke, a whatever. You share it, and hope they see the same genius you see.
Eventually, if you share enough and don’t get back the response you want, or worse yet, get ridiculed for even having the audacity to share such garbage……..you stop sharing.
Well, I just gave my wife a song to listen to tonight while she works out. She’s been beastin’ the exercise circuit lately and pushing her goals forward with each new success, so I’m proud of her for that. She needed a new workout playlist, so I made one up for her real quick and added a special track that I told her to pay attention to when it came on then lemme know her opinion on it.
J. Cole’s “Return of Simba”
I think she’ll like it since she’s already a Cole fan, but we’ll wait and see. The power of music is so strong to me.
Even if she doesn’t feel the track, doesn’t mean I’ll stop sharing. That’s just how a relationship ebbs and flows. There will always be another track, another movie, another joke. The trick is to keep sharing.
I’ll follow-up with Part 2 when she responds, and elaborate on why I chose it for her. Stay tuned…
In the mean time, what do you think of the track? Feelin’ the Cole World movement?