All Atoms Want to Be Stable

And so do we, as humans composed of just that.

We might have encountered each other and moved closer towards one another. In that moment, we might have been in an environment where forming a bond seemed like the most logical (now nonsensical) thing to do. And we might have moved closer—perhaps not with covalent bonds but with dipole-dipole attractions (seemingly strong, but as it turns out it’s not as stable as we thought we would be).

Our tight moments are merely fleeting, and in a blink of an eye (of realization), it now appeared to be non-existent.

There’s a reason why compounds don’t form unless they’re in a fully occupied outer electron configuration, and why diamonds will eventually turn back into graphite.

Blueaholic is listening to: Taylor Swift – Bad Blood
(Did you think we’d be fine? / Still got scars on my back from your knife / And time can heal but this won’t / So if your coming my way, just don’t)

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