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"I maintain that Truth is a pathless land, and you cannot approach it by any path whatsoever, by any religion, by any sect. Truth, being limitless, unconditioned, unapproachable by any path whatsoever, cannot be organized; nor should any organization be formed to lead or to coerce people along any particular path. You must climb towards the Truth. It cannot be 'stepped down' or organized for you." - author: Jiddu Krishnamurthi

Saturday, November 18, 2006

Insight of the "E" type

Sometimes a single short conversation with someone can open a window to their inner self and it is then that you can really see what is inside. Like I previously described in observer and observed, such moments, if noticed, can tell a lot about one's self.

There are some people who are unlucky or rather believe that they are unlucky in relationships and end up being lonely or single. They then tend to say that their loneliness is the path they chosed so as not to be the subject of conversation of others. Fear of repression has always existed though we continuously deny it, but deep inside it's still there. While some people believe in stories where someone comes to you and says he/she was meant for you, others are more realistic and make things happen. But if everyone were the same then relationship problems would not have existed.

There are some people who have a quite extrovert and a very outgoing personality. Such people have the ability to propagate outwardly what they feel inside very easily and thus create an atmosphere of well being and fun around them. I'll call this personality type "E". While this type of personality always attracts people around and can make the person very popular, it often has some downsides. When reacting to type "E", some people tend to become hesitant to express their feelings and have the impression that the person is unreachable. I believe that this is mainly because the more outgoing one is, the more his/her personality is imposing over others. Not in terms of authority but rather in terms of feelings. This also gives the impression that type "E" is insensitive to feelings and that he/she is happy the way he/she is. In this case, any disruption would be considered as anormal and thus people would rather suppress their feelings and keep their distance even though outwardly they seem close. Sometimes type "E" mask the wounds of a previously broken heart and try vainly to forget that part of their life. They would tend to react outwardly to suppress any feelings inside and seem to be happy. But however outgoing the type "E" is, deep inside there's always a soft heart, waiting to be loved and cared for. It is not always obvious for the common ordinary mortals, but sometimes it can be observed. But still one must open oneself to others for someone to find it one day, suppressing it is only a duality within the self. It's like inviting someone inside your personal area, they would not enter it by themselves if you don't let them in...

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1 Comments:

Blogger ashvin said...

Brilliant post! Keep it up buddy!

23 November, 2006 20:49  

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