Words and Notion

Words Whipping up Whimsical Waves of Notion

Emotionless

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Language of mind is not unknown. Knew that words should not be taken at it’s true sense when anger is at someone’s nose tip.  Still those fiery words can pierce deep in heart, make your eyes raining,  freeze your mind, depart you from love as well as hatred and finally make you emotionless.

Can you accept that baseline neutrality ?

Translated version of രാഗതടാകങ്ങള്‍ 😇

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Author: Akhila

I am flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

74 thoughts on “Emotionless

  1. Anger can make us spit words which we would never have imagined to utter normally. nd, considering the immense power of words, one should always be careful…

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  2. Kind of get this but wondered if you were using an automatic translation. ‘Baseline neutrality’ has me scratching my head a bit …

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  3. Expressing is only better when the other one is ready to try to understand otherwise being a calm person I go neutral as there is no point explaining someone who is adamant to form an opinion.

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  4. Happy holi to you too..

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  5. I am an angry person who can be bothered literally by just commenting on a simple thing but I have learnt to keep shut and not to hurt others, cause I have been on the other side too and know how pathetic it feels when someone says something so harsh to you in a moment of anger which can never be taken back. I know it hurts and why hurt someone with your rude words.
    Though sometimes I also feel that taking out your frustration is good but the need to not hurt others always wins over the desire to take out my frustration.

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  6. We should keep our tongues less spiky especially when angered. It can wreak a lot of havoc.

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  7. ‘ Never exercise your tongue or emotions when in anger’ a lesson I learnt and follow, with a lot of experience of course😬. Sharp words can wound you beyond a sharp knife can but if you are well aware that the person speaks in anger, then you need to wait until he/she has simmered enough to drive your point home. A simple sorry can even heal that wound, but will that render you emotionless?🤔

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  8. So true! I did this today! Anger is most of the time beyond control, its just better to walk away and cool down.

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  9. very well penned !! malayalam version was more powerful and emotional.. Anywys randum kollaam

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  10. malayalam was more deeper than this.. itu vayichit ath vayikumbo.. 🙂 thanks for translation 🙂 nd good lines 🙂

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  11. Eye..ithu kavithayonnum alla..

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  12. It’s hard sometimes , but once you know you love someone you just overlook everything . 🙂

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  13. No…never…there’s a typo in third line-weords…

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  14. It must be great to know multiple languages. Its an art form. We may be publishing our first novel. We need your advice. Please come on by Gastradamus and share your thoughts on eaten an Eskimo. Its been forever, hope to see you there soon

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  15. It will hurt a little, but then it will not make you emotionless. You can understand the situation. It is tough but not impossible

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  16. I agree. Coz it keeps happening with me, Akhila. 😵😨😨😥

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  17. Great 👍 words Akhila and yes absolutely agree wholeheartedly with your words cause when one is angry that person becomes totally emotionless and can hurt or harm you so best is to sometimes keep quiet or move out from there. This is what I feel.

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  18. but that can not be called as emotionless….

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  19. I don’t appreciate that,because upto some extent it’s OK.but after that it will eat your heart and soul..slowly and slowly..it’s like silent and neutral state before cyclone comes..here cyclone may be depression..you have to let out the emotions whatever it may be.Especially anger ,depression,sadness etc.otherwise mind will turn into garbage .we should grow garden in minds not junk

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  20. that’s so true – beautiful words… I am posting your blog on Social Blog Page, feel free to visit and like it.

    https://www.facebook.com/Mihran.Kalaydjian.public/

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