posted on Feb, 22 2015 @ 06:58 PM
a reply to: wasaka
Well, that rather depends on why it will end badly.
If you are saying, that probabilistic analysis suggests that the endeavour has a higher percentage chance of failure, than success, and moreover that
the percentage chance of failure is so much larger than the chance of success, that the entire notion is better discarded than acted upon, then I say
poppycock. If we all thought about things in such a dry manner, then no one would fall in love with anyone on this planet, ever, such is the potential
for being screwed over as a result. The fact that this still happens, is testament to how important probability is when it comes to choices like
If however, what you mean is that your friends know you well enough to know, that some unresolved issues you have make the endeavour of marriage a
really bloody poor idea, and that the only thing that keeps them quiet on that point is a wish to see you smile for the first time in a long time, no
matter how potentially psychologically devastating the consequences might be, well that is an entirely different matter.
I have to ask, precisely what lead to your posting of this statement of frustration? A little context goes a long way, but a lack of it impedes