“…It’s so much more friendly with two.”
-Piglet, Winnie the Pooh, by A. A. Milne, page 132
People weren’t made to be by themselves. They need each other. Sometimes Life gives you lemons, and we weren’t made to carry so much fruit alone.
Kristoff tried to get out of helping Anna–but she never would have made it without him.
Elsa tried to shut Anna out–but if Anna hadn’t pursued, Elsa would have been killed.
Inigo couldn’t have gotten through the Zoo of Death without Fezzik, and Fezzik couldn’t have made it without Inigo.
And neither of them would have made it into the castle without Westley–but Westley would not have gotten into the castle without them.
The dwarves didn’t want to bring Bilbo at first–but they never would have succeeded without him.
Thorin didn’t want to give Bard gold to help the people of Esgaroth–but Thorin would not have gotten the treasure back without Bard anyway.
Frodo tried to leave Sam–but he never would have made it without him.
Sam almost convinced Frodo not to trust Strider–but they never would have gotten there without him.
First Frodo, then Elrond almost succeeded in sending Merry and Pippin home–but if they hadn’t come Denethor would have killed Faramir and the Witchking would have killed Eowyn.
“Thorin and Co.” would never have gotten inside the Lonely Mountain without Elrond, and the hobbits wouldn’t even have gotten to Bree without Tom Bombadil.
Naomi tried to leave Ruth–but I don’t know how she would have managed without her, and I don’t think Ruth would have gotten so far without Boaz.
Joseph tried to leave Mary–and I don’t think she would have made it alone.
God created Eve the same day he created Adam. People need people. We can’t do this alone. We just can’t.
I need you guys!