Words and Notion

Words Whipping up Whimsical Waves of Notion


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Waves

Your are the best spouse if you could clear out the slightest pessimism of your partner

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If the truth was never revealed?

 

The young man was the murderer. He had his reason behind the murder (Maybe the rights for his eyes). No one ever knew that he was the murderer.

The girl started to love him, the so called unconditional love. Never she tried to grab his attention. She just loved him in her own ways. For long she didn’t understand that she was only there in his heart too. (Maybe the definition of soulmates fit here perfectly).

Soulmates are supposed to know each other. So no twists here too. The lovers met and dreamed together.

The twists happened when she happened to see her father’s ***** with him ( oh..please bear with me, I Donno what was that ****). And the mysteries revealed, that he was the murderer of her father. Till then, he too didn’t know that the girl was the daughter of his enemy whom he had killed.

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Akhila, where are you going with this common theme?…šŸ˜‰

Frankly, I Donno, what’s going to happen next in this story. Maybe she would have excused him Ā as time passed as time can heal anything. Or maybe she would have taken revenge against him.

But an afterthought: Wouldn’t it have been good if the truth was never revealed? They were meant for each other and they could have lived peacefully without any guilt feeling, if so. IĀ know truth is never to be concealed, but here all the miseries started with truth only.


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A Recipient centric gift or a Giver centric gift?

She was overwhelmed with joy when he offered her the tiny globe.

Because she knew how much he valued the little earth.

So what’s your best fit while choosing something for your loved one-Ā A Recipient centric gift or a Giver centric gift?

A recipient centric gift would make the receiver happy always [But only if the giver’s guesses worked properly while selecting the best fit gift].

Now what if your loved one offered you the thing which is most valuable in his/her eyes? Wont it be much more beautiful when you feel that treasure he/she has shared with you [A giver centric gift]


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The unquenchable thirst

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

Is this not the same feeling rulingĀ 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 norĀ to violateĀ the universal attraction law)