We seldom do what we think. Yes I know you are not believing me but just think of the number of occassions you wanted to say something harsh to your teacher, your boss, your friends for their ill behavior. How many times you could say what your mind wanted to say? I am sure it's less than 10%. Accept it, we all do. It's kind of our escape route from anxiety and frustration. We talk big, do small. And that affects our overall stature about us in our own eyes. We drag ourselves down a bit each time we fail to say the truth on the face. Very good reason of doing that is, we don't want to be enlisted as enemy to so many people and other reason is we don't have the courage to say the truth. I am not saying we should practice telling the truth-on-face nor am I encouraging you to do. It is just another bit of heart-out desire which I don't think would ever be fulfilled.
A little heads up
The Blogorama is collection of my daily blog. Whereas category "Things made my life awesome" talks about my past wonderful experiences in an ascending order, "Now in my mind" says the issues I like my opinion on. "Life, in making" is recently started daily log (not so daily!), "Meditation" is something I come back so often, thought that would interest YOU too. Well, that sums it up (almost).
A constant dreamer, believe this is not the end of the world and try to make changes in my own life constantly. Life sometimes went hard and strict-my life's choices would determine whether I have taken them as lessons or punishment.
If you think someone else is the problem and is not letting you do certain things, that implies you perceive yourself a victim. Being victim is letting the person win. If you really want to make a statement: Ignore him.
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