Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Right words- Holidays with Harimohan Paruvu

Today, one of my friends was gloomy and was sleeping all the time. I went near him and asked, "Are you okay? Do you want to share anything?"

He quietly rejected my offer. After some time, I went again and asked, "Are you sure that you don't want to share anything?"

He rejected again and went on to  sleep.

Recalling about the incident, I was sure that I offered help in a terrible way.

I shared this experience with Harimohan and he said, "I'm glad you  gave a thought. It's very important to use the words in a right manner."

As we had a conversation, I realized how bad I was at usage of  words.  I asked him if he was sure about sharing  things with me but I forgot about making him feel secure. Forgot about letting him feel free at my presence.

Without doing all that, I expected him to share.

Thinking about this, I recall Garcia lines,

"....possibly I would not say everything that I think, but I would definitely think everything that I say."
I'll better think everything that I say and use right words rather than blabbering.


 

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