Being on the edge is always worse than going through

“Being on the edge is always worse than going through.”

The quote is from the scene where the knights of Guiniloupay are awaiting the oncoming invasion from the Mouse Empire. The thoughts of the oncoming battle fill the heads of the knights putting most of them on edge, and filling them with fear.

It was General Rocky who comforted the knights by telling them, “Being on the edge is always worse than going through.”

In the story it tells the reader not to worry about the unknown. That stirring on ideas that could or could not happen will only worsen situations.

The quote could be used in life when you’re faced with certain choices, like going on a first date. Instead of worrying about everything that could go wrong before you even meet up with whoever just think of things that are more certain to happen like where to go for dinner, or what movie to see. Then when you do meet up with whoever and things start moving you find that all the worrying was for nothing.

Or another example, when you leave home for the first time. Your mind may start running far down the left path on everything that could happen; plane crashing, car accident, missing out on things back home, etc. But as soon as you board, or get on the road, and everything gets into motion your mind clears and focuses on what is and everything works out for the better.

No matter the situation when your on the edge of something that makes you nervous or scares you your mind may take that left turn to try to keep you from doing it. But once everything gets moving it always works out for the better.

“Being on the edge is always worse than going through.”

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