Friday, November 29, 2013

Friday Night

When you are able to let out all your thoughts and emotions and managed to be the last to speak in an argument - it doesn't mean you win. You win by being able to control your thoughts and emotions, and allow the other to speak, and allow both sides to understand where and why things went wrong and put the case to rest - and move on. Sometimes, it's not always about proving a point. Most of the times, it's about two heads with different assumptions and expectations, and all it needs is a big heart and an open mind to accept such differences and find a solution to accommodate them.

7 comments:

Summer Heartbeat said...

Totally agree.

Vicky Deindra Electra said...

Yes. I couldn't agree more. I was trying so hard to prove my point when I was a student back then. I felt like I've won an argument just by letting all thoughts and emotions came out without even thinking other people's people or how they might respond. Later I know and feel that it's better to find a point where both thoughts could meet without hurting each other. I feel good, so does him/her. Thanks for sharing the thoughts Kak Di! :*

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Ruth Kartika Chandra Rini said...

thats cool and hard to do too.. hehe...

Anonymous said...

very well said... :)

Jesse Shop said...

Totaly i'm agree.

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ferdinand krisdianto said...

yea, i agree ..

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