Transitions : A Passing Phase 

Difference Between Doubt & Suspicion

Doubt is a feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction. When in doubt you question the truth or facts. You disbelieve and have lack faith. You feel uncertain. You feel fear and start to be afraid.

Suspicion is having or showing a cautious distrust of someone or something. Causing one to have the idea or impression that someone or something is questionable, dishonest, or dangerous. When you suspect you have a belief or impression that someone is involved in an illegal or dishonest activity.

Etymology : is the study of the history of words, their origins, and how their form and meaning have changed over time. By extension, the term “the etymology (of a word)” means the origin of the particular word.

From Quora

** doubt (n.) early 13c., from Old French dote (11c.) “fear, dread.”

c. 1300, “act of suspecting; unverified conjecture of wrongdoing; mistrust, distrust,” from Anglo-French suspecioun, corresponding to Old French suspicion, sospeçon “mistrust, suspicion,”  from Late Latin suspectionem, “mistrust, suspicion, fear, awe,” from Latin suspicere “look up at.”

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Says T “It is like a well synchronized and choreographed dance”

Campaings Of The World shares this :

“Everyone will tell you it is hard to let go of pain… and it is. Since we are children we have been told to embrace the best of our experiences & disregard the worst… But what happens when the most beautiful memories from our past end up doing the most damage to our future?

How do we let go?

How do we move forward?

The past is comfortable
The past is familiar

The past is the prison I’m fighting to escape”

The Purport of tears By Gautam Mehra

The one part of us that is hidden and when seen .. exposes us !! That being the obvious reason why we fear crying .. the fear of being exposed and appear vulnerable!

The lack of courage to accept the reality. Let yourself be exposed though .. Be accepting who you are and what situation you are in!

Tears are like flames of fire .. pure and significant .. like instant energy

A testimony to the purity of that current reality being your truth and that you need to embrace !

I’ll be a passage to the acceptance !! Say the tears to me and to all of us

But we want to hide

But we don’t want to accept

But we want to stay in denial

Be today
Be now

Be real

Be you

Embrace your reality

Smile when you should

Laugh when you must.

And let those tears drop when the have to !!”

“Vulnerability” he continues

“The very word scares most !

Have you ever thought what it really means … in many they feel it’s about being exposed !

Here’s what Life’s experience has taught

What you are vulnerable … it shows that you know who you are and you are ok with who you are. It means to be of courage.

Not just showing off the glitz and glamour (shine) but also what and who you are from within. Those hidden layers … your authentic s sleeves.

When you have no fear of rejection, no fear of losing something or someone because You are You !!

Being vulnerable is liberating. It’s about not being safe and going all out.

Wear those clothes and shed that fear, fear of any form. Just be Your Genuine YOU”

I love the way you have explained so perfectly well a feeling Gautam. Emotion can be felt. A Feeling can be expressed. Any transition starts small in a state and that then moves to capture a whole as one unified body. One must test the waters before it can be accepted ♥️ as Gospel Truth

Allegro in Music is a movement, passage, or composition marked to be performed, especially as a direction, at a brisk speed. It is a succession of fast jumps performed as an exercise in ballet.

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