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Sometimes we cant understand the feelings of our near ones..........like if a book is held too close to our eyes, its difficult to read..........ur views please...........

Asked by Kalyani Sawant, 05 Dec '09 11:48 am
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You are right...even when we find fault / see the indifference of others...we become myopic and fail to percieve the same fault in us. We shed copious tears on tragedies we are remotely connected with and ignore the tears being shed by our close ones.
There is an age old adage \' Familiarity breeds contempt \' and that is what happens in the case of our near ones. Sometimes it is because we get immune to regular tantrums thrown and when the real hurt comes we fail to comprehend.
you have given a beautiful example...\' ..........like if a book is held too close to our eyes, its difficult to read. \'....a tragic shame tat we feel less for those who love us / care for us.....truly
Answered by prasoon, 05 Dec '09 01:00 pm

 
  
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U r right jee 100 / 100
Answered by PAGLI, 05 Dec '09 11:52 am

 
  
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Whenever yu leave that person he cant understand yur feelings but not everyone like that ha
Answered by shailesh, 06 Dec '09 07:47 pm

 
  
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As the book is held close to the eyes & since the object is not at the focal length of the eye lenses , I will ot be able to read. Similarly our close relations feelings , we will not be able to understand, since we have labeled them for example:

1. Gussawala: We have a belief set in our mind that he always gets angry. So even if he laughs, we will think , \" Behind his laugh , his anger is hidden !\"
2. Darpok: He / she is a cowherd & at a site of a cockroach, she will start crying...
3. Laalchi: He is greedy, so we should conceal/ hide thing s from him etcc
We have thus either branded or labeled them & our thinking will be always prejudiced based on the above belief & generate lot of tanaav. We don\'t realise we are together only because of kaarmic connection, We keep writing others\' scrips.

To understand the feelings of the near ones, follow LET BE principle. Means we should consider everyone has come here to perform his own journey. A ...more
Answered by MajorVLoganathan, 05 Dec '09 12:42 pm

 
  
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Yes. You are right. Sometimes people take the things for granted with the near and dear ones. They fail to understand that each individual has his or her own personality and feelings. Each one thinks differently. They fail to understand this diversity of opinions. Our closed society also does not help in this regard because it does not encourage free and frank expression of opinions among family members. It is time to change this perception.
Answered by Tony Fernandez, 05 Dec '09 12:04 pm

 
  
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Correct .... People never know how special someone is until they leave, but maybe sometimes its important to leave, so they are given that chance to see how special that someone really is ........ Friendship is like a violin; the music may stop now and then, but the strings will last forever
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 05 Dec '09 12:03 pm

 
  
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Agreed.....
but if dont have the knowledge that which distence the book should be held than we have no right to held.....
as the same if we cant understand the feelings its our badluck...
Answered by Rajiv Parmar, 05 Dec '09 11:59 am

 
  
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Yes. Bec. There is lack of understand / over understand.
Answered by ala, 05 Dec '09 11:56 am

 
  
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If you do this then u r not good friend
Answered by ravi kumar, 05 Dec '09 11:54 am

 
  
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You are right. But one correction. It is not sometimes but many a times........................!!!
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 05 Dec '09 11:50 am

 
  
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