Monday, January 31, 2011

Blah, blah, blah!

The easiest way to escape from an overrated criticism is to ignore it completely. That is, if it is overrated and unjustified, the argument needs to be ended in such a way that the ‘arguer’ is satisfied. And that happens only when the ‘arguee’ is quiet. That’s right; don’t say a word and all is solved! It is an art, but can be developed over continuous practice. A method that begins with visualizing the words coming out of the arguer’s mouth and before it reaches your ears (the gateway to your brain); you need to imaginarily shut them – tightly. That’s all you need to do. Now relax and without concentrating on the voice, visualize the words bouncing away from your ears and disappearing into a void! Aahh!! Pure bliss!! Some experts even manage a smile at this point!

When you know that what you’re doing is right, there’s absolutely no need to take a critic’s words seriously, cry over it and get depressed. It’s not worth it. Do what you do best and ignore the rest.

1 comment:

Lux said...

I sense an expert in there... :-)

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