Rectifying the Social Discourse

While a lot of people are trying to interpret the social discourse, it is happening in a haphazard manner. The distortion of language limits the scope of communication, as we still believe it is a mere exchange of words. The intention to listen is lacking most of the time; acting as the ‘black hole’ where words are absorbed, without leaving a trace, or transformed beyond … Continue reading Rectifying the Social Discourse

Solemn Hour

Solemn landscapes offer no welcome to the wind Feels like a vagabond has trespassed at this hour of dusk Those preparing to go home are collecting their thoughts Trudging along with heavy hearts of unfulfilled dreams Journeying straight paths feel like the steepest climb   Echoes sigh of boredom; indifference to all the sayings Stories are being noted, but misty eyes blur the sentences At this … Continue reading Solemn Hour

Tough Lessons

Only if the words were read carefully The images would have been interpreted accurately Crowded images along with jostling thoughts Feel helpless when words do not help form coherent ideas Once learning was boring and seemed pontificating Words were mangled or erased vigorously Leaving the pages wounded with multiple blemishes Hysterical and contemptible against any philosophy The adventures of stupor took away the capabilities Of … Continue reading Tough Lessons

Of Criticisms and Praise

Instead of pushing back criticism, collect them and analyze their psychology. It may reflect surprising, otherwise hidden, some nuanced behavioural aspects of how humans react to situations. A piece of writing may be followed by praise or criticism. While all praises may not be justified, the criticisms, although incisive may speak volumes about characteristics of minds and their reactions to a piece of writing. Reflect … Continue reading Of Criticisms and Praise

Showing Empathy is Difficult

Is being empathic difficult in times of persuasive competition? We may be seeking to compete where there doesn’t exist one. Contradictory views perceived to be antagonistic is only looking at the partial paradigm of communication. We forget, that communication is to accentuate the ideas and also settle such trivial rivalries. When the distractions and images of (fierce) competition are seen only as a rivalry, it … Continue reading Showing Empathy is Difficult

Writing Is…

A writer decides what writing is; sometimes undefined, they are natural flow of feelings. A journey with, words without restraint; worrying less about their intentions, because they come from the heart. A reader does not define the course of writing, but goes with the flow and immerses in those rich feelings resonating from the pages. A writer wouldn’t be true to the soul if truths … Continue reading Writing Is…

Salient Communications

Does communication have any philosophy or we communicate just to express our need to be heard? Usually, the narratives in society are like a long chain of words woven with various feelings that emerged from different situations. Situations actually act as a stimulus to gather appropriate words conveying our feelings to the best of our ability, based on our cognitive ability to comprehend a situation. … Continue reading Salient Communications