They are everywhere. Snapchat story, whatsApp status, twitter timeline, insta page.
The sage, philosophical and unmistakably intense stuff.
In this world where people are becoming way too intellectual, I am getting unapologetically defiant.
Everyone around me is either masquerading as Rumi or Stephen Covey. My social accounts are flooded by daily quotes which I now dont even bother to read.
People on social sites swiftly switch to Karl Marx mode from Deepak Chopra mode-ofcourse depending upon the situation.
Its literally becoming toxic.
I read something good posted by someone which is brazenly contradicting his/her persona.
They flooded everyone’s timeline with motivational stuff but in reality they sucks the last speck of motivation from them.
Everyday tons of good, deep, motivational and appeasing stuff is posted on social media. People read it, relate it and sometimes internalize it and then scroll down. There it goes down the drain.
Value the words. Embellish your conversations with beautiful words rather than your social sites.
Sometimes a moment is enough to extricate the pent up thoughts of a person’s mind. Thoughts―that are somewhat residing in the dormant corner and only need a drive. Same happened when the words of Sigmund Freud invaded the otherwise devastated intellectual state of mine. It added fuel to the my eroding intellect.
However i found them quite relatable.
Now somehow i had this notion that love enfeebles a person and weakens ones thinking power. The thing is when you know you are being loved then it makes you reckless(which in his words means bold) and contrary to that of one-sided love that cripples oneself and binds one in invisible shackles.
I couldn’t agree more here. But you can’t simply ignore the person uttering foul words. Many times we give them due attention and ending up self-doubting our-self.
Human are born like that and there is little one can do about it.
Only when our struggle is fruitful otherwise it only offers bitterness whenever seen in retrospect.
Quite true, but the period of this transition―where our weakness becomes our strength is very elusive. Its a period of constant battle within ourselves which ofcoarse not everyone can win.
The definition of assholes need clarification here.
Simply love this!!