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Insensitivity - an Art!

It was not easy being me!

It’s taken 29 years + 3months to get this far.

I’m speaking only for myself, here.

I never try to be insensitive.

It comes so naturally to me.

I can hurt those close to me without even trying.

It has to be an art form to be able to be practiced so effortlessly!!

… and I’m only getting better at it….

It’s true – I am also quite selfish. I only think about myself. If making someone happy, makes me happy – then I go ahead and do what I do. I never go out of my way to hurt people – it just sort of happens. There are so many threads inter-twined in this whole wheel of my life – I tie some knots as others unravel.

I don’t have a solution.

I don’t want a solution.

It’s not even a problem.

It’s just me – as I am!!

Comments

Nishtha said…
The Arjun I know can be all of the above but sometimes and most inadvertently. He may take a lil time to realise what damage has been done but once he does, damage control begins almost instantly. And I think, most of it happens because you try to make everyone around you happy. Try but not so hard. And yeah do whatever makes you a happier person. Coz you deserve happiness and a lot more. Now dont POUT!!!
asha said…
Foremostly I dont agree with "I can hurt those close to me without even trying.
It has to be an art form to be able to be practiced so effortlessly!!"

I think I knw u quite well now and with absolute honesty I can guarantee that u cannot hurt anybody....u r one selfless person who has his feet on the ground and head on his shoulders....

Dont ever change becoz we all love u the way u r :-)!
Jo said…
You pissed off Sups, didn't you? :-D

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