I will start it directly, as direct as I am. Have you ever felt pretty pathetic for your behavior at particular instant, at which you felt good of what you were doing but later on you realized how horrible it was?
I guess it’s tough even to think of such a situation, but believe me fellas, it does happen. And the guilt thereafter is something of a magnitude, which if put in parallel terms, may cross the upper limit of any measuring device. Well, I went through such situation in my life, and though writing it down may not alleviate the guilt, it certainly can help me not to repeat it in future.
More often than not, you write what you can’t share in a physical conversation with anyone, Or maybe you don’t have “anyone” to share. Or you feel yourself at such nadir, that you yourself can’t believe how you did that, leave the talks of sharing it with anyone. As you could have guessed, the later one is my version.
I have always been a direct person, ”honest” in my opinion, rude to some uncomfortable levels at times. This rudeness, mixed with some false perception and anger takes in a fuming form that is too tough to handle, even for myself. I have experienced it many times, but the recent one was too hard to handle.
Positive part, I have realized how important another human being is for one. Though financial experts might disagree, believe me, spend more part of your time and money on building relationships than making money. At “such” horrible times, no amount of money in the world can help you up, but a strong relationship or a close human being can. Just think, what a billion dollar can’t, might be done by just a human being.
Though I may be regarded pretty young for this (still in late 20s), believe me people, all my talks in here make more sense than anyone of TV shows you will watch today.
Note to Myself- Hope I just don’t write but take this from inside. Nothing in this world can make you learn things as much as guilt. I hope I won’t become an aberration in this.