۱۳۸۸ آبان ۲۶, سه‌شنبه




There should be a new definition on "being lonely". You can still feel alone although you visit so many people a day, have several meetings a head and have so much to do that even keeps you away of thinking to yourself. In these loneliness but busiest moments, your mind would think of several people who you know they are alone, and how your short message could mean a lot in their life; it can reduces their pains, can survive them from depression, or be a hope for them to continue to fight with their daily challenges. My mind is such a mind, It starts thinking about so many friends and family even while I am at my busiest mood, Then it thinks about different ways of reaching them: phoning, chatting, emailing, texting or facebooking! But the pity is that weeks pass by and you see yourself not finding the time to do what your mind planed for you. Yes, "being lonely" is the problem of most people.
I am asking you, how many people do you know that your word can change their mood?


3 نظر:

Mohammad گفت...

من همیچین کسی رو نمی شناسم که حرف ِ من بتونه حالش رو عوض کنه. اما گاهی حرف ِ خودم می تونه حالم رو بهتر کنه. پادکست های شفا و کلمات ِ بچه های شفا این معجزه رو می کنه. حرف های انسان های بزرگ و نامحدود (که خوشبختانه کم هم نیستند) همینطور. ممنون هدی برای این مطلب ِ خوب. :)

Hoda گفت...

This is not my argue, the point I was trying to bring out is that people feel better when they understand some one is truly thinking of them and is caring about them.

Mohammad گفت...

جالب بود. نمی دونستم منظورت اینه. احساس ِ ظریف و خلاقانه ای باید باشه.