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July 14, 2010

a tiny truth which goes ignored...

you ask me how i cannot hate you despite feeling hurt all the time,
and i wonder if its because of the bit of myself i see in you...

he asks me how i cannot love him despite him caring so much,
and i wonder if its because of the bit of myself i see in him...


every single person in our life, in bits and fragments, is a reflection of our own self...of what we like in ourselves and of what we dont..of what we accept in ourselves and of what we cant...
and that is a truth which if not reasoned with, can save us a whole lot of anger and resentment for people we tend to get biased against.

love and peace to all!

15 comments:

Suree said...

oh cool .... i never thought like this.. but there is truth in it

Anonymous Someone said...

actually, even I would hold this thoery to be true. We always seek something familiar in everybody, maybe a part of us, or maybe a part of someone we already know and admire.

We compare faces, we compare natures, we compare everything and are a little biased.

Interesting thought

Blasphemous Aesthete

Phoenix said...

Hardly a *tiny* truth!

Mayz said...

oh i like this...pretty deep!

nikita said...

Hie Pri..
its so true..
we are what our relationships are...

amazing...

Scribbling Girl said...

u hit the nail right in place....so true....we can't hate someone we once love as we see something of us left there....and we can't love someone who loves us more as we see that one of us in it which we were once....irony! but reasoning kills it but we can't help too sometimes!

Beautiful wordings!

rahul said...

:)

MangoManBunty said...

nahi samajh mein aaya :( :(

Choco said...

Ahhh...Your understanding of emotions is...So right...And you portray it in words...So well...Loved this one!

Tweety said...

interesting viewpoint...and i wonder how true and universal is this..

PS: i loved the blog :)

pri said...

@ suree
aint there??
im so glad u could see it too :)

@ anonymous someone
yes, but what we often tend to forget is that we often see the part of us we hate in those we despise...and that is the reason of us not liking them..
had we to think like tht everytime we dislike someone, we wouldnt hate them as much anymore :)

pri said...

@ phoenix
but it does go ignored doesn't it? :)

@ mayz
danke! :)

@ nikita
well said! thanks for sharing my perspective :)

pri said...

@ scribbling girl
and that is the best interpretation so far..i think our minds work on the exact same frequency :)

@ rahul
tum itna kyon muskura rahe ho?? :)

@ mangomanbunty
ohh...then i think u need to read scribbling girl's comment..she got it bang on!!

pri said...

@ choco
thanks dear..u always take me on cloud 9 trip :D

@ tweety
welcome to my space..
well i dont know how universal this is..heck, i dont even know if its true with me all the time...
but thinking tht way helps reduce the hatred we manage to develop for some people-its just a perspective! :)

Rajita said...

100% right!

Here goes a quote from Hermen Hesse “If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is part of yourself. What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us”