I have been a “not a people’s person” for long. More of a reflective type and inclined to knowing the unknown, I’ve never really found pleasure in life’s mundane. I’d rather dig deeper into my own subconscious. What makes people’s behaviour may not have been a priority until it came naturally to me. Life always exposes you to the necessary, maybe this is a step to understanding its mystery.
No! I am not anti social but neither social. For me a small party of weird people serves well than a big herd of bovines.
I still wasn’t really used to interacting with everybody I’d meet till moving to a new city happened to me. My life is exposed to a new dimension, no I am not vulnerable but I’m accepting towards change. Probably I became more intelligent or I just discovered some latent powers.
For me, neither an introvert nor extrovert but hanging somewhere in the mid, meeting people is like the vicious cycle of life and death. I don’t like crowds but I neither hate people.
I think that now I better understand the types of people and their significance in my life. We all know of the sweet as sugar person who always leaves with a sour taste in our mouth. There will be people who tag you “devil worshipper”, dare not confine to their beliefs. But there will also be people who speak the truth, they are often misunderstood.
A few are the dormant volcanoes; you don’t fool around with them, do you? Scoffing is a favourite of every next idiot trying to prove his point; nobody give’s ears to them. There will also be people-the know it all type, great annoyance to those really who do while some just never arouse your “interest cells”, but we were taught ignoring is rude!
Don’t forget the “oh so social type”; always complaining a lack of time. Some are like the empty vessels which make much a sound and others the mindless few. They walk your walk and talk your talk.
Finally the type I really admire; the listener’s, Hard to find and much to value.
They all have played a significant role in transforming me to who I am today. Strong, patient, understanding -just a few keywords, I have become much more. I think I adore the fact that I’ve developed a tolerance for them all. I see myself become non judgemental, intuitive and balanced. This is not a super power of some kind, just a stronger and controlled mind maybe.
I stay thankful for meeting them, they all are great teachers and they helped me grow. It’s like Tuition without a tuition fee!
I would still not say I love meeting people, but I respect the fact it has turned me into an observer.
It’s like reading a book, not judging it by its cover.
Silence is beautiful, not always you need a conversation to know someone.
Body speaks; the eyes reflect the soul and the actions speak louder than words. Sometimes that’s all you need to understand someone.
It kind of makes me feel in possession of a supernatural power to be able see others aura. Maybe Someday I’d be able to do that but till then observance serves me well.
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