P is for P is for Paragnosia which means misunderstanding.

This has to be one of my favorite choice due to the meaning. For everyone, paragnosia does visit once a while. Some do that on a regular scale. We tend to understand what we hear or what we thought we heard. This often leads to a lot of confusion and that either ends in an argument or weirdly works in your favor. Unfortunately, the possibility of the latter happening is very less. But for you to have an argument will be of the highest possibility.

But why does all of this happen? It’s simple… We don’t talk.

It can be ego or the friction caused doesn’t let us go ahead to talk and clear out with the other person. But we simply don’t talk. Since no one initiates the conversation, the misunderstanding surely escalates into a fight where in the end both the parties lose their favorite friend/love etc. Why make life so complicated. Just ask. Yes, it will make you look dumb and a possibility of it being your mistake can arise. You can apologize and get back on track. If there was confusion, talking would erase it or the friendship but it will be beneficial. Why I say beneficial is because when we keep all this in our mind pending, it affects us in our daily life. Our decisions, movements, sleeping, eating etc everything will have this running around in the back of your mind.

You have one mind and it has a lot of productive work to do. Instead of letting it do that one important job, we run these issues up and come up with possible scenarios that result in overthinking and ultimately into disaster. Don’t torture your mind and self so much. The next time if you feel someone misunderstood what you said or felt, just go ahead and talk. Do not expect the other person to come ahead and discuss that. They might be clueless.

This post is part of the A to Z Challenge 2018.

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O is for Obolary which means extremely poor.

For everyone, the words rich and poor is generally connected with wealth they hold. Only until now that people have started searching richness in things more valuable than money. In today’s time a human who can earn a decent livelihood, work 9 to 5, come home by 6 and spend time with his family is considered rich. Those who get a decent sleep at the weekend, have less tension, are more clear in their objectives are rich. Also, those who have few close beings that are always there no matter what are rich.

There are shows like “Friends” and “How I met your mother” which show a decade full of life of those in their late 20’s and how life is messy with never ending problems. But if you have few friends/family along with you always, then you are indeed rich. Today I do know few friends who really have a lot of money but have no friends. They spent their time earning and lost everyone on the way as they couldn’t give them their time. There are some who neglected their near and dear ones. Now they regret their decision but there’s no one to complain to.

That means being poor. Being obolary is when you have no one to talk to, no one to share your issues with and no one whom you can instantly dial and speak rubbish without being judged. In conclusion, so what if you don’t have a lot of money? You might be in debt but you’ll claw out of it eventually. If you have love and friendship around you in your bad and good times, then my friend… smile because you are rich.

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H is for Hirquitalliency which means strength of voice.

In all the stages of life, the one thing we all must maintain is the strength of voice. It does sound impossible and honestly it is. But a little bit of effort can go a long way. We all have a voice. The only problem being that it plays in our mind more than it should in the real world. Every situation creates an ache within us when we have to speak but we choose to be silent. We lose that strength. Why do we lose it?

We lose it because of many reasons. Few of them being;

  1. You might care for the other person.
  2. We don’t want others to gang up and criticize us.
  3. Also, we care for our own image in front of everyone.
  4. The thought of raising your points in front of them scares you.
  5. We just don’t care.

It’s important to not only have your own voice but also to use it appropriately. We all consciously or unconsciously are attracted to people who have such voices. By strength of voice I don’t mean the sound but the way the person speaks. He/she is clear in what they think. They don’t contradict. We sometimes have some thoughts which don’t match with our friends but we agree with them to avoid a showdown. That is wrong and you must speak when you don’t agree. The true friends will be hurt but they’ll respect your thoughts too. The plastic ones will be offended and shall eject you from the group. They’re doing you a favor, so thank them!

In conclusion, I’d like to say that your voice defines you. Don’t shut it out always. Use hirquitalliency more often than you do now. The people who care for you will take time to adjust but they won’t leave. You can use your voice to filter out the dirt in your life and make it better.

Here’s one person I know who has a lot of strength in her voice i.e. My mother.

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