The Gray Area

gray a·re·a
ɡrā ˈerēə/
noun

  1. an ill-defined situation or field not readily conforming to a category or to an existing set of rules. 


If only matters of the heart were simple; just black and white.  That, however, is not the case. In between the black and white exists the gray area. But luckily for us, the gray area tends to be the most intriguing -- filled with millions of tiny idiosyncrasies, almost as complex as human emotions themselves. 

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