Tuesday, July 01, 2008

the ''i don't care'' stance

I think each one of us should possess a small amount of the ''i don't care'' attitude. It's important with respect to anybody, if you ask me. For two reasons:

Firstly, it's obvious that every other person thinks of us in various lights. That's how nature is. Everybody around us shouldn't actually matter.

Secondly, and more significantly, i guess that this thought helps us be us, personally. At the same time, it kind-of makes us successful in our own individual ways, however different it may be. With a result of 'i did what i wanted to do'. It can be exultant, really.

2 comments:

Kadalabal said...

great Mouna I fully agree with your views on this In fact I am one who follows that If your conviction is clear and you are ready accept if wrong then there is no issue and in this case you can not be yes master you are yourself with lot of self esteem. that gives you lot of satisfaction in life. kudos to you for getting it right at this age keep going and you will blossom into a very committed citizen
pranesh

The 'Ekaangi' said...

read a lot many articles on why we must care.... first one tht talks of the 'i don't care' attitude, but in a right sense ! life keeps us so busy in tryin to impress others, look good before the rest of the world, and be somebody else always. the 'i don't care' attitude makes life a lot more simpler...& gives self respect too