Lightning strike
He didn’t like someone who didn’t immediately fall in love, ”said William Shakespeare. And how much water has not flowed since those times, our contemporaries know this feeling well. His…

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Notes of love
Love has its intonations and its notes - like the notes in a song. Who knows how to sing, he knows that the song consists of repetitive intonations, which are…

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The Tale of Parting
For people who are prone to worry, parting is a rich, beloved tale, accompanied by deep experiences of usually negative nature. People usually begin to feel sadness, guilt, gratitude, love…

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Notes of love
Love has its intonations and its notes - like the notes in a song. Who knows how to sing, he knows that the song consists of repetitive intonations, which are…

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Probably familiar

Convergence

The mechanism of convergence can be described through the metaphor of flowing water. Here comes the dense stream. He rests against the barrier, for some time he stands in front of her, accumulating strength, then breaks through the barrier and rushes further with redoubled energy. Until the next barrier.
So is the rapprochement. People, “walking” towards each other, stick in obstacles (usually internal) and for some time they crumple around them. True, unlike water, people can also retreat, having decided that the barrier is too strong (read – without finding the courage to take another step forward). Continue reading