Words and Notion

Observe, Don't just see


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The unquenchable thirst

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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Defined Brows

The expert: Check, if it’s okay

Me: Here, see..There is one more left, aunt

The expert: Yes dear.. I have seen it… But removing the same might lead to a gap or a thinner arch.

Me: Oh.. So let me nurture it further. Then we will see.

The expert: So I will leave it as such for the time being. After a couple of weeks, we will make it better.

Me: Deal….

After thought: Why should I be concerned about the single hair which didn’t pass through the rhythmic movement of twisted double strands of cotton thread? After all I don’t have any photo shoots.  Then the second mind asks me “What’s wrong in thinking about the finer parts if it could make you feel better?”  ;)


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Can a man win the war against lust?

Will you gentleman be aroused on seeing a pretty lady in half dress?

When your masculine hormones responds positively,

  • What if she is cooperative to your wishes?
  • Then,  will you feed your lust-hunger or Move away, holding your morality or loyalty or promises to someone else ?

Why is it so tough to resist the temptation or win the war against lust (in an unintended relationship) ?


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You are not my cup of tea – Precept of a woman

Precept of a woman,

“Don’t enter into my comfort zone. Don’t try to intrude through my vulnerability. As I have learned to win over it already.  If you are still trying to enter into my comfort zone without my will, be ready to face the hardest hit in the world. Beware..”


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Castrate them

Castrate these dirty creeps. These demons should never think about raping another woman.

Even then, can it balance the crime? Can it help the victim to recover from the trauma?

Imprisonment or Capital punishment is in a way rescuing him. So let him live facing the world, without his instruments of destruction. And be a shocking brainwave for future rapists.

This might be an uncivilized thought. But do they deserve anything lesser?

What else can be done on their inner evil thoughts and acts while their crimes bother them the very least?