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The unquenchable thirst

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He met her. Knew that it was someone else’s wife. Initially it was just a fascination,  then love and later it turned out to be a thought to own her, a harmful obsession.

Is this not the same feeling ruling rapists..? Are they also having the similar obsession, may be on a different rate..?

(To make it clear, in this post, my intention is neither to question the faithfulness of spouses nor to violate the universal attraction law)

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Author: Akhila

An emotionally colored and emotionally neutral woman flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of her soul.

103 thoughts on “The unquenchable thirst

  1. Can I just say that your writing has come so very far since I have “known” you.
    You are a great talent, please keep writing ❤️

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  2. I don’t think rapists have any sense of love in their intentions. When there is love automatically there is respect.

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  3. Do u remember malayalam movie mazhavillu,same scenario thr.its actually complicated we can’t say what is rite and wrong in this situation.to have love for someone is normal but the situations compllicated.

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  4. I don’t know what should I say , what to suggest .

    I would say force should not be applied in any human transactions else bliss becomes curse .

    Beautiful things turns ugly. Honey becomes poison . Freedom becomes prison. Light become darkness . Pleasure becomes pain.

    I always see things in holistic views !

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  5. They are cursed beings, they make me regret sharing same gender…. They are yet to think above apes.

    See the stats of rape in India via my blog…men rape, and not short skirts.

    Such evil obsession.

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  6. The myth people have while getting attracted to someone is later they want to own them instead of loving or caring about them.

    This is the root cause.

    See, Akhila nobody wants that to happen. In my case too, (I don’t wanna drag myself) there are girls who talk for a while and later they become possessive. What does it mean they try to own. Well, my next reaction is harsh.

    Hence, I really think it’s not everyone’s cup of tea to think in a way that you do. 😉

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  7. “Uncontrollable Lust” that’s what I see… Love as far my experience goes is when you both want each other happy. It’s not a one sided affair…love is not what just makes you happy but you see to it that your significant other is happy too… So rape is out of question…Adultery can turn into love, because physical relation is also an expression of love, but obsession of anything is not good then how can it be for a person :)… 😊

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  8. Dear Akhila, no rapist know the feeling of love. Nobody can harm others whom the love. Like the addiction to alcohol, a sort of excessive addition to sexual feelings is a type of madness that leads to rape. It’s a sort of timely madness. Affectionate care and control is needed to help people to free from this disastrous disease.

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  9. Being attracted towards is a thing and being obsessed with them or with the feeling to own them is certainly not love .Its all about how you channelise your attractions .

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  10. Hmm. Let’s drop it like a hot potato. There are plenty other good things to be talked about.

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  11. There are multiple viewpoints for this topic.
    1. See not everyone is happy from an arranged marriage and all such people have the right to speak about it to their families and get over it rather than spending whole life repenting for the choice one made in the first place. In India. “log kya kahenge” is a priority to one’s own happiness. And that’s ridiculous. So my point is if a woman (as mentioned in your post) is not happy she must make a decision and move on. And it happens so many times that after getting into a relationship or marriage, people find their true love later and they just can’t help themselves then.
    2. What rapists think is totally opposite. They carve for physical needs. It is due to the easy access made to adult pornography and misguided minds. Education is a good solution for this. There are tons of people living on streets and slums. We should educate them. And it’s not like high class people don’t rape. They do. For them, knocking them down is a option. I am of a opinion that rapists should be hanged to death. No trials, no grievance, nothing.

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    • I agree to the second point. But on the first case, what i feel is, it is dangerous when someone try to own some other without their consent, physically or even mentally..that’s why i felt it also to be somewhat similar to the thought behind rapes..

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  12. Is it not the idea of possession that is the real problem?

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  13. Romance is divine..but what if it is not at the right path

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  14. I don’t know where to rate the emotions .. Love can happen anywhere anytime but it is also unfaithfulness and greed as love is not always having it is giving as well. Nice thought much appreciated

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  15. No words to describe how I felt reading ur post… Kudos

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  16. Another nice question you raised Akhila. Rape and love are two different things, one leads to hell and the other makes you feel in heaven. But if one happens to be wanting an adulterous relationship, it will be sinful because there would be so many innocent people (spouse, kids etc) who would be hurt. Love is always noble and one should not commit adultery in love. It defiles this noble emotion, which thrives on giving!

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  17. Loving someone is different and owning is way different. A thought provoking post.

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  18. Its ill mentality & nobody can own anyone and certainly its not love its damn bad sin..love is to see your loved ones,it never seeks thought of owning anything….
    aah! you always came with strange topics of society!

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  19. All emotions, unfortunately, become harmful when they get out of control.

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  20. Nicely worded Akhila though we all need to be aware of what is happening everywhere.

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  21. interesting one, ma’am akhila…forbidden love!!

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  22. It’s the mentality..

    Although as varsh says above it surely is not love.. and if it was love then I think both made a mistake there..

    I had a long discussion with someone ..why would someone want to rape another human being.. It is such a sad world we live.

    And law for sure is not helping ..

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  23. It happens everywhere. You know the chemicals within us r causing it.

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  24. Good morning Akhila!
    How can it be same for rapists? I doubt if love features there. People can own cattle…not human beings.

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  25. Sick minds that think they can own anybody.

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  26. And to an extend, its all the mind games of a depressed mind, caused by the oppressed social norms.

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  27. Nobody can own anybody!

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