Truth, they say, is perceived differently by everyone and everybody has their own versions of truth. When we tell someone about something and talk by making ourselves as the central point. We make sure to keep ourselves in the comfort zone, so that our own statements should never sound like oxymoron. In the kingdom of truth context is the king, but if you have no contextual evidence. Then?
So what does this mean? Are we trying to prove ourselves correct and the other person wrong? No, not at all! May be we just go with the flow of emotions, making no room for understanding. We are just too hurt to understand anything that makes sense. Yes, of course the other one can be manipulative but can never be completely wrong. He has his part of the story and you have yours. He talks about his perspective and you talk about yours. And in the end you are left in lurch with no one to blame around. All this is a confused set of statements with a question mark.
Heads: I am right!
Tails: You’re right!
Mind: No one is wrong!
Heart: Screw everything and breathe!
Now who is right? God damn just tell me who the hell is right? Yes we shout like insanes in our heads to search for an answer—a freaking answer. But at the end when we sit down, think sanely, our mind still tells us to shut up and let things go! And that we should behave like—-that was your perspective and this was mine, so forget everything and shake hands!
But Haaaaaaaaaaa dude!!—it’s too late to shake hands because we are already enemies in our heads!
P.S: Think before you act to avoid unintended conclusions. Either avoid repercussions or learn to live with them!
This is one of my “blue days”—-so a song from my track list.