#MicroblogMondays – Of People And Conversations
One of the many wonderful things that come with being a human is the ability to interact and put our thoughts forward. We get to know people through these conversations and we share many things as we talk – life, experiences and everything else that comes in between.
But, among all sorts of people we meet – there are those who don’t mean what they say and don’t say what they really mean. I find them the hardest to understand, be friends with or may be work along. They are like those hard-to-crack cryptic puzzles.
However, like Kahlil Gibran hints, these are the ones that firm my belief in being open and honest, saying what you mean and not meaning the unsaid.
Last weekend, VT and I sat under a tree, shared a mini-tea and as we watched the sky go dark, we spoke of how life is passing by so quickly and we are surrounded by a variety of personalities. Many times, it is hard to not bring the stress home that comes with interactions, but then it’s home where we sort out the tangled mesh of thoughts; where we let ourselves free of all judgments and assessments and where we can be ourselves.
How do you keep up with all the craziness around?