The Vanishing act

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It is often that I find myself in situations where the stated and the intended are diversely opposite. Confused and/or irritated I try to find a conclusion in hope of finding a logical end. Now and again ending in a state of settled and deliberate anger which is a reaction to the perceived deliberate harm or unfair treatment to me. I usually retort to communicating negative sentiments to redress my grievances. However in the lack of an outlet for expression the situation at times becomes disturbing, consequences more often than not devastating.

Against wrath his help shall be,
if he has grace in heart to see,
how angels, should his anger rise,
flee fast from him and go
and demons run to him in haste;
hell’s fury burns his heart
and makes him so hot and high
that none may stand him nigh”

This was what comes. What vanishes is the love and respect between two angry people; though momentarily. The love even though infinite becomes meaningless between seconds. Given my thoughtful or rather over thoughtful nature i tried to find ways of not being angry.An approach which will always work. Talks, Yoga, Meditation, Medication and other each careful mental path fed me void. And then I caught a glimpse of something. A parallel universe – a way things could have been. An alternate reality where that love and happiness were mine to keep, a place where I didn’t have to let them go.

“Two” happy people where anger had just vanished.

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud.  It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.  Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.  It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.”

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Akarsh verma

Voracious Reader | Curious Learner | Programmer by Profession | Dreamer | Kid at heart and boy i cherish it. ♥ I tweet at : http://twitter.com/akarsh_verma

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