Ever Thought Of This?

“Until the lion learns to write, every story will always glorify the hunter.”


Why is it so difficult for us to just try and see the other side of the coin? Why do we always have to glorify the one that need not be glorified? Why do we not notice the so obvious? Why indeed do we not listen to the silence?


Published by Moushmi Radhanpara

A woman questioning almost everything, trying to find answers through her's and your words. I am on an unending quest, walking the paths of unknown. I am walking and walking, may be too slow, but I am doing it. I am happy as long as I do not stop. I will be content to fall, to fly, to swim, to drown, only never to stop.

39 thoughts on “Ever Thought Of This?

  1. Silence is unnerving to us. Ever been in a conversation with someone and there is a long pause in the conversation? But we should listen to silence for sometimes it says more than any words can ever say.

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  2. Beautiful and thought-provoking proverb. Makes you realize how you need to consider every part of the story before rushing to a judgement. Keep up the good work.
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  3. I always think about this….we go by what we see…without trying to listen to the other side of the story. The truth is always hard to find but we dont even try or make efforts to find it. Just believe in what we see and hear. A loud lie is always overshadowed by a timid truth. And sometimes even if we want to hear the other side then society and people will not allow the other side to say anything and to us it will either view with suspicion or try to stop us.

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