In the world of too many connections, and hookups. I find the ‘Brahmastra’ that could lead anyone out of their comparative guilt cycle if they are of high self-esteem. Ghosting means to just leave the person or to close any relation as such, without any talk or the process of decision making. It helps the one to get out of the validation of other one’s emotions which might become a toll on one person. Ghosting is not easy, but a derivative factor to curtail one specific portion of civil liberty.
You don’t owe anyone anything. You didn’t feel like saying to someone in their face that they are not worthy of your attention, because it will make you a person of foul mouth only. Or maybe propel you to a perpetual guilt cycle, that there is someone out waiting for you, ugh! Just block them, perhaps delete their number, which might give you a sense of relief, or maybe just leave their messages seen…..oh the best! Just delete their unopened chats!!! Ooh-la-la! I know it sounds very sadist.
As if all the ‘Shayars’ or writers have written against this sort of behavior, but what about the muse??
Muse never had a say. It was the muse on which the whole idea is built and Shayar became famous. It was the muse whose whole identity was penned into a single sentence, that too by someone else’s judgment, in the muse’s credit or discredit.
The ghosting gives you a sense of control over yourself. To not deal with the things you don’t want to. It may lead the other person into Trauma too. No one wants the conversations to die, or not get complete closure. But if it is required, it is required.
Have responsible ghosting behavior, and not make promises if you won’t able to meet.
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