Words and Notion

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I know what it is


When things are said with solid reasons in the simplest form, it becomes much more understandable.

There is no much sense in telling like “I know what it is and how it will end”, if you don’t know how to present it to the world. People won’t be ready to accept or understand your gut instinct if you fail to define it in common man language. And subsequently your followers will a miss a chance to learn a great lesson.

Author: Akhila

Akhila is the founder and sole contributor of wordsandnotion.com and qualitynotion.com. A self motivated life long learner who loves to decode signs from the universe. Her weirdness is totally aligned with her real life stories and thought experiments. She is the author of “Know them, One answer to many questions” (a General Knowledge book) and “I Had a Crush - The 17 Kinks” (A free ebook of 17 short stories)

17 thoughts on “I know what it is

  1. Well, sometimes it is best you be direct and convey your message. Beat around the bush if time and your situation permits.

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  2. This is very true, even of the most intelligent people. ☺️

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  3. Simple and direct does the trick!

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  4. True… keep it simple ..

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  5. It is so complex to be simple…

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  6. moral
    dont use complicate english..just convey your messages in a simple english 😜

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