Imagine you want to drive from A to B.
Which road do you take?
The highway or the country road?
Most of us take the highway. It’s quicker, more direct. Taking the highway is a very purpose-driven form of navigating. It’s not a lot of fun, but very efficient.
Now imagine you’re on the highway and there’s a traffic jam. You have to take the next exit and take the country road to continue your journey.
This may seem inconvenient at first: a few kilometers down the road, however, you discover a beautiful castle, a beautiful lake, or a lovely country inn. You may even stop your journey to rest a bit and enjoy the sight.
When you enter the highway again, you may think: “isn’t it wonderful that I was forced to take this detour? Otherwise, I might not have had this beautiful experience.” You enjoyed the ride.
Now, what does this have to do with dating?
Read the article at the Morning Lazziness website