The 4-Line Motivation Series #2

Hey there!

Wish you a great day ahead! 🙂

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Have a great day!!!

~Yuvathi ❤ 🙂

The Confused Young Adult

The 4-Line Motivation Series #1

Aannndd.. Here it is! The first post of the series 🙂

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Have a great day!!!

~Yuvathi

The Confused Young Adult

Jealousy.. Is A Mental Cancer

April A-Z Blogging – Day 10 : ‘J’

Jealousy.. Is A Mental Cancer
Jealousy.. Is A Mental Cancer

Yeah, what a classic quote by the great author/journalist B.C.Forbes!

With “J”, the only word I could think of, is “Jealousy”. I already wrote a double acrostic about “Envy” on Day 5, but I felt that although these two emotions almost seem to mean the same, I believe that there is a subtle difference in how it affects a person. I did a little bit of research and got to know how psychologists define them as well!

You “Envy” someone, when do not really possess the quality that someone else does. Well, if you can’t do anything to somehow obtain it, all you can do is “envy”.

So, what about Jealousy? Why did B.C.Forbes call it a “mental cancer” ?!?

Jealousy is when you feel threatened or afraid of losing someone or something that you already possess!

Most people spoil their perfectly smooth relationships, career and life because of jealousy. When you already have something that everybody envies you for, then why should you ever spoil it with your own jealousy? 

Sounds simple and silly.. right? But most of us are engulfed by this cancer that destroys everything to nothing.

The fear of losing “someone/something” itself makes one to lose everything that they already had.

One might think that “Jealousy” is being protective. But the truth is, it only helps in destroying every piece of what one has been trying to protect so desperately.

Yes, that’s what Jealousy does.

Now I hope B.C.Forbes’ description of Jealousy makes more sense than ever… Wow, what a wonderful quote..!

~ Yuvathi 🙂

The Confused Young Adult

31 Day Blog Challenge : Day 3 – Favourite Quote

Yes, now that’s my favourite question! 🙂

31 Day Blog Challenge : Day 3 - Favorite Quote

I had the best days when I was 13. That’s when I started appreciating literature, enjoyed reading bigger books (yes, that’s how I called them), wrote poetry and learnt to appreciate Charles Dickens, William Wordsworth, Oscar Wilde, P.B.Shelley, William Shakespeare and so on.. Golden days indeed! During those days, many wonderful quotes struck my head like a nail and they remain etched afresh in my memory. Choosing just one is really difficult but if I had to, I would choose the first quote I ever noted down in my journal

Hamlet

There Is Nothing Either Good Or Bad,

But Thinking Makes It So.

-William Shakespeare

Beautiful, isn’t it? One of the best in my opinion. 🙂 What seems good to you could be bad for someone else!

Your home might seem like a dull place to you; but for a homeless man it is heaven.

The dry summer is good for a potter but not for a farmer.

The tigress can’t be blamed for hunting the deer! For the deer’s mother, the tigress is bad while for the tigress’ cubs, she is the best.

You might find your neighbor’s lack of manners annoying but she might have a generous heart.

 Perception matters. 

~ Yuvathi ❤ 🙂

The Confused Young Adult