When you are trying to speak
something to a person and you end up struggling very hard inside your
mouth to utter those words and that person just move on because he is
not aware actually that you are making any attempt to speak because
nothing audible is coming out of your mouth and even your facial
reaction is not giving any hint to that person that you are making
any effort to say something.Your face is reflecting a calm person
while every single muscle of your tongue inside your mouth is
putting all the efforts to get the initial word out, but in vain.
Well, that person went away
and I faced one of my biggest humiliating experience again.
So what?
I am not dead.I am still
alive after this episode.I can ask the same question to next guy
coming across.After all, we are living in a country having more than
120 million people.
I think nothing is bad
enough to be afraid of.I will not write any more regarding this
because I haven’t embraced this idea enough yet.

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Post Author: Harish Usgaonker

3 thoughts on “Accepting the UNSPEAKIBILITY


    (February 20, 2015 - 8:04 am)

    Wonderful! You are ready to write your own (a la Gandhi ji): My experiments with TRUTH!
    How empowering!


    (February 20, 2015 - 8:14 am)

    when you accept this moment – instead of hating it, fighting it- you are emotionally set free to consider your options objectively and with calmness. THIS helps you to get your communication back on rails. This is the meaning of "Haklao magar pyar se" and "Accept stammering; work on communication"..


    (February 21, 2015 - 11:17 am)

    very true…and I really like your line "I think nothing is bad enough to be afraid of"
    Acceptance is the key to the recovery from stuttering.

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