In a relationship of any kind (relationship being loosely defined as one in which there is a familiarity and connection between two entities, regardless of depth or quality) entity A decides to leave, and the other entity B lets the former go, without a murmur, without a fight, without a question.
Does it always mean that entity A (who can very well be the master of his domain) is of no value or use to entity B?
Or perhaps, there is no value to be gained in the relationship? (should all connections be of value at all?)
Or perhaps there is understanding and mutual regard for the decision (which I think still deserves a murmur, however soft)
Somehow, I feel there should be something else that is lost between the obvious cracks that am totally missing.