“When I was captured I was placed in an underground prison. I was angry and afraid, but I was also determined that I would not be defeated by the experience. During the first week of captivity, three points came to my mind, which were of considerable help during the long days alone. They were.
No over sentimentality.”-Thoughts from a prison cell from Terry Waite
It is so true, he had to be strong, no self pity and no sentiments.
No regrets, no self-pity and no sentimentality--yes it works :-)
No regrets: over and over I wish, things didn't go the way it went..
regrets.. i dont that have much.. i think i am too egoistic for that..
but i do wallow in self pity and over sentimentality often drains me..
hmm true.. i think u dont indulge in these draining emotions..thats what make you so extraordinary..
Ur post couldnt have come at a better time!
Needed to read this!
good one.. simple but so difficult to do it in real life..!!
Those must be the two saddest words in the world.
Really hard to follow but still i wish can :(
Hope u doing fine there.
yes these three things would really work....but in real life...gosh..don't know
Those three points would make a life term easy :)
for a person caught up in difficulty ,she still was truly optimistic.. it's easy to say , but difficult to stay that way.. it really needs grit...
Yours is very interesting bolg.Really nice,warm and lively.
Very nice blog.. and a very nice story about the old man in Gangotri.
havent been here in a while. now i realize what i missed out on. :) great to be here again.
i love what you have been posting in here recently....they are so much knowledge that i need for peace.thank you :)
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