Saturday, March 6, 2010


When you realize that a person is like you in so many aspects.
Do you like them because of the similarities, 
or detest them because you now know their ugliness of character 
a lot better than other people?


Aeish said...

Haha i dunnoo..maybe you understand their ugliness better, cuz you both are the same..technically, that'll make you adjust to their ugliness!

Anonymous said...

When you see the ugliness as a reflection, you learn from it. You change. Ultimately you make them change and love wins in the end.

Americanising Desi said...

i actually like them because they are so much like me :D

Maliha Haider said...

Similarity in ugliness makes you empathize with them, and a new phase of understanding gives birth to mutually acceptable perception of one another.

I am totally loving reciprocal malice, it's about soul-sharing.

On an easy note:

We start disliking people because of (ugly) similarities we and they posses, but if we give a little room to the 'Relationship', You actually start respecting and loving them more than before. Because Now You understand them with heart-acceptance.

Maliha Haider said...

I second Immi that You learn from the reflection.

I mean I never corrected myself until somebody did the same with me. On that point of time you realize 'Ohh Achaa, Ye scene hai' and if you have an apt of learning, you will try to change it.

I think someone is required to show us our 'Ugliness'..

P.S: Someone is eligible if he possesses the same nasty traits.

emzee said...

depends on you totally, what one's similarities and uglinesses are.

eg. two forgiving ppl might simply overlook each other's weaknesses whereas critical people might learn from the other person's mistakes and might even dislike them for it.

Anonymous said...

^ How about a mix of both :)

Maliha Haider said...

Emzee.. Elaboration is required.

Immi.. Mix of what?

Anonymous said...

Well mix as in 'Balance'. Ignoring/adjusting with certain weaknesses, like everyone has in their personalities and correcting/ learning from a few positive or negative traits. Obvious ain't it? Yet at times people learn too late.