Knowledge is power.
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"
Keep your Face to the SunShine
But is that the reality? My humble opinion is no.
Man is a social being. That is why it is his habit to mingle with other people in the community. Finding someone who does not mingle with someone is not easy. People who do not like the company with others will never attend a meeting. What is the use of attending a meeting, who does not want to have a relationship with others? Only those who are interested in acquaintance and mingle with others will come to the meeting place. Those who are not willing to mingle with others will stay lonely at home. Most of them have some kind of mental problem. It should be cured through counseling or medication.
But some people have a habit of commenting on everything. It is a futile act to let others know that they know everything. That is never a good thing. Such people often jump to problems. It is good for everyone that such people remain silent without commenting on unnecessary matters.
small drops make a mighty ocean
Remaining silent is not always beneficial. Many times we lose also by not saying what is needed at the right and proper time. Many times silence is taken as approval and you lose an opportunity to say your mind.
So I would suggest that one should know when and where to keep silent and speak when it is required. Silence will be many times misunderstood , and hence there is a need to speak clearly. By speaking I do not mean one should always be an irritant chatterbox, but properly reserved and pleasantly eloquent.
The author has pointed out some specific situation what he has observed that some people get themselves reserved in any function or gathering and they stay away from mingling with people. When someone is in any gathering I don't think he should refrain from mingling with them. If he doesn't like the company of people he should leave the place.
Why he doesn't mingle with them? Either he is depressed or mentally disturbed or most of the people don't deserve his company. But - is it practical that most of the people don't deserve his company?
I think such a person may be shy or introvert or lacking in confidence to mingle with people.
Be indian and buy Indian.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease