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Revenge: A dangerous emotion.
An acrostic poem about REVENGE by Salini
Reason of my existence,
Entrapping you in my charms.
Visualizing your torturous end, where you squirm for life.
Needing a garb for your frail,icy carcass, begging for a drop of water.
Gullible mask ripped away, pleading for mercy, that I would spit it on any day.
Equanimity is what will run through me, when you meet your horrific end that I would happily throw your way...
A very strong emotion that drives oneself to do things, that, otherwise they would refrain from doing. The power that resonates from the word, crashes into the barrier of mind, evoking another strong emotion called fear.
It is the response to one's deduction of their present circumstances to a falsified action, justifiable or not is another issue altogether, by another. When the emotion starts its course you can feel all the adrenalin rushing, making you to forget the present (the most relevant part) and reminds you the past (the part that can't be changed).
Is it better to proceed to a destructive action for something that has happened in the past? Or to let the course of time and one's faith on the super power, to give a suited ending to the subject in question?
It is easy to analyse a situation when one is not trapped into the whirlpool of the emotions. Everyone to whom you ask would say, one should not resort to violence,there is role of family and friends, you should take shield of your family and friends etc.
What if it is the family and friends that have been harmed? Whom can one turn to?
One would feel lost, deceived, hurt, pain, guilty, scared but the strongest emotion would be anger. Together these emotions causes a powerful, yet dangerous concoction called 'Revenge'.
From the process of this emotional turmoil the ideal way out is, believe it or not, only the self.
Yes! only one by themselves can surface from the depth of this quicksand.
By allowing oneself, to set free from the guilt.Guilt? Yes guilt. One may feel guilty and will hold oneself responsible for the unfortunate turn of events that might have befallen on near and dear ones. What the person fails to see is that you couldn't change what has to happen or you could have but failed, but, can being guilty, blaming oneself for the cause, building up anger, acting on the impulses, justifiable to your soul and for your sane mind?
Never... You need to cross the bridge and save your soul from perishing, stop willing your soul and body to act on the emotion of revenge and move on in your life.
Tough but possible.
- There are may self help groups that will help you out, where you can make friends, learn from the survivors and actually start to see life afresh.
- You can choose to work upon your hobbies.
- STOP dwelling on you past and all the 'what if '.
- There are many self help books to choose.
- Meditation and/or Yoga: It really soothes the soul, mind and body. Helps one to connect with their inner self. Helps to channelize the energy and rejuvenates, also, helps one to have better control over their emotions.