I was driving to drop my sister off to her class, and the guy behind me started to honk profusely. Now, this isn’t strange or rare because that’s just how most people are on Indian roads. I was about to just flip him off in annoyance when I noticed he was trying to say something to me. I couldn’t hear him from the distance. So he travelled in the opposite direction, picked up my sister’s notebook from the roof of the car and gave it to us. Sometimes people can be really nice. And that is all that matters. And I feel good that I didn’t act out of impulse or anger initially.
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Oh wow. Didn’t expect that the story would take this turn. wow.
My first impulse was to call that guy an asshole but…i guess our brains are just too quick to judge.
Gaurvi Narang @gaurvinaran...
That’s true. As humans we always seem to have a tendency to see the worst in people. It almost comes to us naturally. Some instances like this have happened with me as well and they really make me ponder human interactions and intentions. I’m glad you recognized the good in him!
True, in today times we all became so quick to judge someone. And we in so less time make a decision. Like we often end up being so angry or frustrated on something even when its not needed at all.
I think we should be more calm, and take actions only when its needed.