Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Some people...

Some people are just there for you when you need them the most. They go out of their way to help you in every possible way. You haven't even known them for long. Guess they just know you are reaching out for them. They really care! And you haven't even bothered to stretch your arms enough, but they are always with you. Truly are some angels sent by the lord. In their presence, the world seems like a better place to live in.

On the other hand, you find some people who go out of their way to hurt others. They keep taunting, finding faults or even worse back-stabbing you. They think that making a song out of it or saying something mean in a cheerful way is gonna make you laugh. How mistaken! They just tell you what you're doing wrong and repeat it over and over again. They assume you are stupid, the evils just want to bother you. Such is the world!

Its the striking contrast of humans around you, including you... Strange! Its you and only you who makes the choice between the former and the latter (intentionally or unintentionally).


Blogger Chintan said...

Nobody is a complete angel or evil, ones perspective and prejudices come into play when judging a person.
Try this post for links on Halo and Horn's effect

Altruism might be ingrained in our DNA but ppl are selfish and/or foolish and hurt us occasionally (intensionally or otherwise). Can't help that, but one can learn from past experiences and better determine ppl who can be trusted.

12:23 PM, July 11, 2007  
Blogger Bharat said...

I think I deal with it everyday...its not even different people...same people on different days:)

5:34 PM, July 11, 2007  
Blogger Praveer said...

tend to agree with chintan .. maybe everyone cannot be judged as black or white - just different shades of gray instead. at times it might be better to try, however hard it may seem, to focus on the 'whiteness' and ignore the 'blackness'

on another note, this post reminds me of the 'conan' one, possibly a common sentiment connects them

8:06 PM, July 18, 2007  

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