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
In the heart of every man there lives a hero or a knight in shining armor, most eager to succeed in the field of serving his lady and protecting her. Trust activates this noble part of his nature. He becomes more caring. Without feeling confidence, the man gradually loses his liveliness, energy, and in the end, he completely ceases to show concern.
Imagine a knight in shining armor, who slowly and dejectedly rides his horse through the desert terrain. Suddenly, female cries and sobs reach his ears. The knight instantly comes to life, plunges a spur into the mount, and rushes to the castle visible far in the distance. Plaque, he finds a dragon, trying to polonit the beautiful princess. The knight draws his sword, kills the dragon, and the princess happily thanks the savior. Continue reading