No Strings Attached...
As found on Wikipedia - According to one source, the origin of this phrase is from the cloth industry, where a small flaw in a fabric would be marked by a string, so it could easily be spotted. This suggests a meaning of "without flaws".
These days it’s used as unconditional, For a friend, I'll help out for free, no strings attached.
I propose there are always strings attached and I would venture to go even further with it than just personal interactions.
We are all attached by strings.
It’s like the butterfly effect… a butterfly flaps its wings in Tokyo and a tornado occurs in Tennessee.
We have IMPACT. We do not live in a plastic bubble... what we do matters, it has an impact and we are attached.
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if you don’t question something what is the point of believing in it?
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