Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Conversations...

How good is having a voice if you don't know how to make a conversation?

Being a part of the SN (Social Networking) generation makes it so important for you to be a part of the conversations and moreover to have an opinion. It is so important to keep talking to people to be part of a group... but (I know, I know there is always a but...)

How can it be so simple?

How often have you had one sided conversations in your life. If you ask me I have it all the time. At times at work, at times at home and at times even with friends. These are the situations where it does not matter if you have a voice. You having a voice does not make a difference, it does not change anything and you know that the person sitting in front of you has both his ears open for things to easily come from one and get out of another. So, what do you do in a situation like this?

Do you go ahead and waste your energy by saying things or since it is not going to make a difference you prefer to stay quiet?

The worst thing about this situation is....

If you speak your mind you get frustrated cause it doesn't matter and if you stay quiet and keep things bottled inside you get frustrated because it is difficult to keep things in.

May be no matter what happens you are bound to get frustrated and this is the reality or may be you do have a choice between getting frustrated or....

Not caring at all...

2 comments:

Ashley said...

Hmmm...I can see your point.
But have you tried sarcasm? Or wit? Or humour? Or simply encouraging the other person to ramble on with simple head nods and questions? Try these...Can be fun! :)

gur-neet said...

I agree with Ashley..questions laden with humour & sarcasm...a good way to tackle such a situation.
Anyhow,one should enjoy the situation and not keep views bottled inside.
If somebody gives heed to the views,its their etiquette.If not,then ki farak painda hai yaar?