In society, there have been many cultures that have loved ones that lived far from them, especially if they’re a couple who have met only in letters, phone calls, video chats, and various other ways of communicating with someone who is not in the same vicinity. We take for granted the times that we are close to the person we have due to we live in the same house, but what if one day that person is gone and you are now without that person that you thought you will be in close proximity for your days. That is where we feel a missing piece of the other half that was apart of you and now you’re walking around unbalanced, no one to talk to, and longing for that person that was once with you.
This is a chasm, something you can feel is so close but so far, like the old saying Monday is far from Friday but Friday is so close to Monday. Long-distance relationships hold the greatest test of time, effort and not to be in the temptation to have someone else as a holdover until you see that person. Also on the other side of the chasm, that person is worrying about what if they are choosing someone else that is closer than I am, we don’t see, feel or touch each other on a daily basis.
The chasm tricks your mind into thinking, “maybe he/she wouldn’t know if I have a little fun before we meet.” However, you will know, now you took the original Chasm that was between you and made it further apart. The moral is don’t push what you love further away because you couldn’t handle the chasm.