Pizza is perhaps the greatest food invention I know.
It tastes great when it’s fresh and hot. But also cold. And also when it’s a day old. At night, for lunch… even for breakfast.
It’s simple and easy and most likely it fed the poor people in the past. Take a dough, some tomatoes, a bit of cheese and everything else that you find. Make a fire and wait for a few minutes.
What’s good, doesn’t have to be complicated. And so are our conversations and relationships.
In fact, mostly the simpler a relationship, the better it tastes.
The more we overthink things, the more confused we get, the less likely we are to enjoy the moment.
Relationships are like pizza. And so often we overcomplicate what just needs a good base, some tomatoes, some other preferences and a bit of time.