“Why is it always the nice ones, the ones with the kindest hearts that are always alone?” She asked with a sigh. “I don’t know, it’s like a math problem,” I mused.
Is love a math problem? Are lovers a single variable that gets isolated on one side of the equation in order to find a solution? I’ll be ‘X’, she’ll be ‘Y’, and ‘Z’ are all those that she is interested in. But, take into consideration that X does not equal Z. In that case, we get: X = Y + (Z^N). I’ll try to win her over, and get her on my side: X – Y = (Z^N). But, that means that I’ve actually lost her. mathematically it’s correct. Everyone else (Z^N) is worthless when it comes to her and even though I have her on my side, I’m still left with nothing: X – Y = 0. You see, it is a problem, because X is never equal to Y. Therefore, there is no solution for love.