" _________________________

The Optimist fell ten storeys,

And at each window bar,

He shouted to his friends,

"All right so far!"

_________________________ "

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

The World through my eyes. Book 1. Part 3: Complications in a simple life.

Sometimes I know that there exist right people around me to help me out. 
Sometimes I know that there exist some people whom I could help out. 

But the brain reminds my mind, of the learning from past: People in general are very bad at keeping things to themselves. Somehow they end up speaking up everything to whomsoever unconcerned.

This is an observation. I'm not in any way expressing it as a fact. It's just an observation.

Humans have a tendency to search for a friend to whom they could speak out (share) everything without an iota of hesitation, all truth. This is what is called a “Best Friend”.

At personal level, it feels really very nice to belong to such a friend. For a successful friendship of this kind, it is necessary that the sharing takes place equally from both the sides.

There needs to be a background check before being such a friend to somebody. I know it’s easier said than done. The human psychology is not a computer program to reason logically.

The point that I wish to convey is that life would be much uncomplicated if people did not indulge into Gossips.

What happens is I tell “A” something.
“A” and “B” are that kind of friends who share everything.
It’s OK till “A” tells “B” what I told, unless it’s damn confidential.
But the problem starts when “B” turns out to be a loud mouth and tries to be a galli ka news-reporter.
This is something ridiculous, and it means disrespect towards the trust that I put on “A” and the trust that “A” puts on “B”.
This is complete massacre of “B’s” integrity.

The worst thing about these “Bs” is that they lie as if they possess a PhD in lying. And deny having been a loud mouth.
This at times forbids me from being a better friend of such “As”

Life’s like this. As I felt it.


  1. But over all this, isn't A to suffer for no fault of his? He had the misfortune of trust being broken by B as well face your hostility. It seems a big grind for A.

  2. I understand that what you say is right, but don't I suffer more than A?
    The fault of A is breach of confidentiality without completely knowing what kind of person B is.
    And yes, this post was written out of personal experience in a particular situation.
    And since then, I've been very cautious about what I share and with whom.
    To err is human, so do I.