A story with two sides; Brightness and Darkness. Respect was given to the first and rewards were given to the second.
In this story, the world respects who creates opportunities for himself/herself; goes through fair competitions with others, can start a productive conversation, brave enough to say, “I don’t know”. Most importantly, humble enough by letting others shine as well.
Unfortunately, this is not always the case. When things shift the world goes upside down in the darkness side of the story. It is a crime where stupidity overcomes intelligence. A crime without punishment. It’s a case where criminals walk away free. In fact, they get rewards of love, appreciation and respect. It’s a war where each one of us is somehow a victim without realizing it. The Darkness and Brightness Pearl can show you how to deal with the Darkness side of the story.
~ 𝕬𝖓𝖌𝖊𝖑𝖎𝖈𝖆 𝕽𝖔𝖘𝖊
I am The Brightness & Darkness Pearl. As kind as you can be. As smart as you can be. As open as you can be. There will always be someone who try to dim your light. The way someone acts may push you over the edge and may bring in negativity to your life. I think we all can relate to Darkness of this story at some point of our lives.
The Darkness (the second side of the story)
There will be a time where you notice one person controlling the flow of conversations at gatherings, parties even meetings and brag about how awesome he/she is. Everyone in the room is paying attention to that person. Moreover, you know there are others who can bring in better topics to the table and you are one of them. It gets worse when you can’t excuse yourself and leave the room so you are stuck for hours hearing silly, stupid talking.
For real, doesn’t this happen? If you go through this, wouldn’t you be frustrated? Any intelligent and open-minded person would feel depressed during these hours. I suggest:
- Be patient. The meeting will end soon enough.
- If you have the required courage then try to interrupt that person in a polite way. After that go, ahead and lead the panel.
at no work-related situations such as relatives or friend’s gatherings, parties and so one:
- Start a sub-conversation with others.
- Use your phone. Your favorite games and social media apps and music can help you pass time.
As soon as you get home take a deep nap to rest your mind and release all the negativity you may picked up.
There will come a day when you’ll feel like shit and you’ll want to give up on this life and everything else. When that day arrives save yourself the trouble and take a nap