“Emotional tolerance is the solution to 90 percent of our problems”
In recent times, I have failed to post regularly. Considering this, double nominations for this quote challenge has come as a welcome opportunity. Raha§ya has nominated me for the challenge recently and, I am more than happy to participate. Take a look at her blog, you will find amazing piece of work.
Rules of the Challenge :
- Post 3 quotes on 3 consecutive days
- Thank the person who nominated you
- Nominate 3 new bloggers each single day of the challenge
My nominees for the day are:
Congratulations to the nominees.
What reaction does that title brings? That is my strategy to ignite interest in the minds of my readers. This 50 shades thing has surely changed a thing (or two) about the way we look at the word submissive. If you are about to get an emotional surge because of the title, disappointment is going to strike you. I am capable of introducing a Mr. Grey here, with a different name. Let us call him Mr. Emotion. You must be wondering about the presence of Miss Steel in this story, aren’t you? I guess you already know the steel of this story, just look into the mirror. The person in the mirror is the one who succumbs to Mr emotions. This was supposed to surprise you, I am happy to see that expression on your face. I am happy that I can communicate with my readers like this.
Now that you have an idea about the purpose of this post, let me take you into the depth of this new sea of my thoughts. I have always believed in emotional independence; more emotional you get, more issues you face. Emotions are the high walls of a compound of our life, get over it to see the things on the other side. Emotions make us vulnerable, leading us to all sort of weird complexities of human mind. I agree that it is not easy to get over emotions, everyone would have mastered it otherwise. Some are gifted with a poker face, others develop it as they move on in life. I belong to the latter category. Never choose to be the submissive of Mr. Emotion, tear him apart. Life is not “50 shades of Grey”, it is the 51st shade of blessing.
“Being emotionless is the key to success”