The two faced trait called DiplomacyWhen we talk about diplomacy, we understand it to be bilateral conduct of influencing the decisions and behaviour of a person or people through dialogue, negotiation and other measures that are for the welfare of all. Many people have learned the skill of managing others sensitively and tactfully and we fall in their trap. The people who play this type of two-faced trait are our religious leaders, politicians, our managers or supervisors at work and even few relatives and friends. When they are in need, they will blow us with the beautifully wrapped gift of their speech that elevates us and make us feel like in the seventh sky but as their work is over, they will throw us out as the curry leaves in a dish. It is very important to understand the thin layer between false courtesy, fawning words and the truth. If we can distinguish between their diplomacy and their true colour, we will be saved from falling in their trap and understand their hidden agenda and intentions. So always be safe from the two-faced trait called diplomacy of people.
(This is my entry for the TOW topic : Diplomacy )