Mpanyimfo se, sε εtwe ahoma na sε w’ammba a, biribi dzi mu.
Tr: Elders say, if you draw a cord and it doesn’t come easily to you, something must be hindering it.
This is one proverb that may make many a man/woman retort, “But of course!”
But I was thinking about this today.
Sometimes you put your whole self into a friendship or a relationship.
The other party however seems like an obstinate mule, happy with just staying put.
You sit back and ask yourself, “What am I doing wrong?”
Should something as easy as a friendship or a love relationship be difficult to draw?
It’s a cord. Made from fibre, not lead.
It should be easy to draw.
Why doesn’t your ‘friend’ return your calls or e mails?
Why doesn’t your ‘man/woman’ want to commit a little more?
There must be something hindering them.