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We are often used to of picking flaws in people, i’ve observed it as a general comment many make and instances can be found all around you, you showed a friend your dress and after making hasty comments as to how she liked it, she tries to display her dress designing skills by fingering certain misapplication on it and almost transforms it verbally into a new dress she just bought from a boutique, making you lose heart for that dress..

Another one is when a neighbour walks in, observes your newly renovated room and makes comments as to how she had set her house in a much impressive manner and that yours is just OK and would have looked amazing if you’d opted for the same coloured furniture..

All these are a routine comments, which are forgotten as fast as they are said but the point which is to be noticed is that variety is the spice of life, if all the people start wearing the same dress and decorating their house in a very same manner, it’ll all turn very monotonous.. Assortment in choices only results in the colours and flavours around us and it would have turned very boring if everything had been the same.. Everyone loves to tell how they should be followed because they were praised for their work but no one seems to come across the practicality of this and foresee the uniformity it might create.

The world is more vibrant with its mantra..” To each his own”, rather than being uniformly undistinctive.


2 thoughts on “TO EACH HIS OWN:

    Phuppho said:
    07/01/2012 at 10:48 pm

    I’m really impressed by this one,u can b very successful coloumnist,wish u all the best.

      samiaidrees responded:
      08/01/2012 at 4:07 pm

      Thank you so much for the feedback..

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