Words and Notion

Words Whipping up Whimsical Waves of Notion

I can never dislike you


Many a times, I wondered why I couldn’t throw people out of my life when their crooked eyes are discomforting me.

Then I thought, there won’t be much harm they caused me or causing me to dislike them. May be it’s my fault to place them in those crooked seats.

Again I was not quite sure, “Is there any such people in my life?”

May be that’s why I donno the distress behind ‘hatred’.

But I am not a saint anymore to get rid of such feelings. I wish if I could hate those crooked eyes..

But on a long run, I realised “I can never dislike the crooked eyes. Definitely I will filter their words and notions out of my life if it’s hurting my ego, but never the soul behind it. “


Author: Akhila

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

87 thoughts on “I can never dislike you

  1. Yes, so true. When we do not get the reaction and response of the person in question the way we expect it, then they take a back seat in our life. Some are really and intentionally crooked, just to shake you up a bit or show their power or flaunt their ego, but it is how you decide to react to it that matters. If you were ‘great’ enough to ignore it all and go on as if nothing has happened, then you have attained ‘sainthood’ otherwise you are just human.

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  2. I know, sometimes we just cannot dislike them.

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  3. Well said..And true that..We can never dislike some people,we can only filter them..Idk why

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  4. Well, I could definitely throw people out of my life neither I can’t filter their wounds.. I am so weak … but yes, I have found a way to live on my own walking through the stoning by my dear ones…

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  5. Loved the thought! Superb.

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  6. Hating someone or disliking anyone is ok and the best way is to avoid them if you can but if you can’t then we must learn to see through such people and their crooked eyes also.

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  7. It is Great to say so, though, but seeing ourselves from their angle👀 is also important, why should one’s eyes be crooked for no reason.
    Purity in our activity is the criteria. It may go to this extent, that our purity may wash their impurity.😃
    Disliking may hurt our own ego not theirs. They are reckless and do not bother so bothering about them shall bother us. Hahaha
    It is better to avoid than to involve.
    Crooked things are Crooked we need not mend to bend them. 😉
    So Words do have Notions.

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  8. Loved this one! Often I hear of people blocking out certain others entirely ‘because of negative vibes’. But nobody is entirely negative, the world isn’t black and white.

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  10. U should throw out ppl who r not good for u


  11. Awwwwwwwwwww😍😍😍😍

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  12. Wow…these are such deep thoughts. Especially the last line: Definitely I will words their words and notions out of my life if it’s hurting my ego. But never the soul behind it.
    Damn. This hits home run !

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  13. Thank you for sharing this, it is very thought provoking and I will spend time thinking on it. You are right, love conquers all and we should send love out into the world, particularly to those who spread hate, or those crooked people as you put it. I’m not so sure I would like to surround myself with these people but that might be a measure of my own soul? 🙂

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  14. Totally love the perspective. I’m happy to have crossed paths with you. 🙂 Stay blessed.

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  15. Without evil there would be no good. Your post reaches a good conclusion.

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  16. Goodo akhila Greato! Yeah, keep going as you are! Crooked Eyes will become the most beautiful… Because end of the day, you see them:)) Keep smiling!

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  17. It’s best to surgically remove those people from life who bring nothing but harm and distress to you, no matter how many times you try to be civil and nice. No need to hate them, or think excessively about it; just bring on pure apathy. There’s no need to care. There are still several people who bring sunshine into our lives and we are better off without the deceitful ones. 🙂 Your post is very nice and practical, many people have to face this decision almost every day!

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  18. Really Akhila your posts sometimes are like a mirror which shows the life and its reality..The eyes you are talking about will come in front of us at many places and as you said not being a saint it is very difficult to drag ourselves from being hurt but if we are able to ignore such unwanted eyes we are on a really track.
    I have faced this situation at my workplace.
    Believe me it was difficult but I learnt to keep control .

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  19. Well just goes to show that you are a good human being.. so be like that always. ..

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  20. At 68, I am too old to waste time on those who are deceitful or poisonous. No-one has any obligation to keep people like that in their lives.

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  21. Hating someone will be like drinking poison ourselves and expecting that person to die 🙂

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  22. Crooked eyes can be imaginary too…or may be misunderstood…
    In any case…its better to not let them affect your take on their soul. Agree with you.

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  23. What a wonderful perspective…nicely done..

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  24. Tough one.. I can’t say i can do that.

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  25. cool…kollam, angane thanne povatte sakhave

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  26. Trust me Akhila, soul is always pure to blame at. Its actions and words that hurt our so called ego as you mentioned, you’re on right track if you are able to throw their crooked words and such things that takes aways your peace of mind 🙂

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