Many childhood games and experiences are based on the idea of daring. We constantly challenged each other to learn about our limits and to strengthen our connections.
I have a challenge for both me and you today.
I am saying that I don’t dare to let you know me.
Do you dare to get to know me?
If you try, you have succeeded – because at least you tried. If you don’t try then, sorry, but you have failed.
It needs a certain amount of courage to share yourself with others and a similar amount of courage to attempt to know someone. This is not an exercise in foolishness, this is an exercise in joy.
Once again, I dare you, triple dare you!