One of my friends asked me to draw a picture for a particular activity she decided to start, something symbolic. She wanted me to draw how it comes to me, intuitively. I was pleased and proud, so I promised to do my best.
And I really did. But neither during processing nor after it have I not been satisfied with the result. Too many warnings popped among the pleasure. I feel she could be happy and a part of something bigger but also blind and potentially cruel to the truth of her soul and heart.
Who am I to judge her?
I only wanted to be a supportive friend, drawing nice and positive picture. Instead I feel the pain and regret.
Where is the border between being honest and supportive? Should I pass the picture on including warnings? To wrap the warnings into sugar words?
Or is it better to pass and pretend nothing happened? To block the intuition and draw a new picture full of positives?
I am not sure I could pretend. She is a good friend of mine. I hope she is strong enough to take the warnings and still stay on her path.
But it is difficult to bring her disappointment where she is looking forward.