Friday, December 01, 2006

Out of Body Experience

You have heard of stepping into another person's shoes?
Its a great teacher... shows whole new perspective of looking at a person.
What we perceive as haughtiness or snobbishness could well be an indication of fear or shyness or insecurity.
Of course it takes a little time and a little less ego to actually do it.
But everybody should try it at least once in a while.
Makes life so much more understandable.

On the flip side, Kindness and understanding are frequently misunderstood for weakness. While there is no cure for actual rudeness and carelessness for other people's feelings, it is rare to find people who are actually that way.

Another funny thing is that while we read about so many things, we always blithely think it would never happen to us. For example I have read that every bit of life's experience changes/ molds something in a person's character.
So true! I am sure my parents, with whom I interact on a daily basis, would be shocked by the changes; the last few months have etched on me. Heck!! Even I have trouble recognizing myself now and then :-)

Hmm!!! Looks like working too hard makes me philosophical... so let me stop before I am tempted to discuss the meaning of life :-)


Anonymous said...

Hey sanju hows you. Me too running on one track :-(

Hey even I have tried this out many times. Tried putting myself in someone's place and realised that apart from the good things they have, they have their own problems too and I wouldnt ever want to face them! I would rather be Tamanna :-D This exercise indeed helps a lot in realising your own worth.

Ya living alone does make one different na! Some good some bad. It gave me confidence and at the same time I cant take too much of interference :-D
Anyway have fun now cos I think later we ll be craving for this phase to come back :-D

Sanjana said...

"Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of
Can we really do it.. I doubt that.. But it is true nevertheless.