Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Moods without Reason

            I’m currently having a “I’m thinking too much” week (again!) so the best way to right my mind is to put those crazy thoughts down. What better place than my blog, which is the holder of all my madcap words.  
                I came up with this “theory” as to why we all experience sadness or even anger without actually knowing why we are.
To identify this condition is go through a situation when you are having those jumpy mood and someone asks you why you’re so blue and you just shake your head and say you have no freaking idea.(excuse the usage of so many connectors)
    So what causes this anyway? My speculation is that you are expecting something from this world but you have not accepted the expectation so when the expectation is not met you feel depressed or angry however you do not know why because you have not accepted the expectation.
 Going over your head? Let me break it down with a  help of an example.
     There is something you want so badly, maybe a boy/girl you like or an opportunity you are desperate to get (take your pick). You know that a best friend of yours wants the same thing and wanted it before you did. So you tell yourself to keep away from it for after all its your best friend. Now, you haven’t accepted the expectation but somewhere your hearts still wants it. And then…… your friends gets what she wanted or rather you also wanted. You feel happy for her but the mood shifts to one of sadness for your heart is the activator of emotions and your heart knows you wanted it. Someone who worries about you asks you what happened and you don’t know for your mind is the one  thinking and it hadn’t accepted the expectation. Thus, resulting in a foul mood without you knowing a reason for it.
 Make sense??
  A friend of mine completely agreed with my theory and told me it was spot on. I cannot be sure without more inputs. So what do you guys think? I’m somewhere right? Comment with your views!


  1. i did get confused but yea i do get d point :)

  2. Thumbs up! I agree!
    And I'm in that mood quite often! And I get really snappy ! :P

    1. manisha.... i agree too.... remember you told it to me on my birthday.... i thought about it and yes it is true!!!! and i guess i recognise the example too i am sorry for that......

    2. Good one..... Now understood properly.....

  3. I second your thoughts on this matter...As humans,its naturally hard for us to face or rather in your words "accept the expectation"..I might not able to relate to the examples you have illustrated here but I get what you are trying to say! :)

  4. The examples were random really. Though wanted i wanted to know was do you guys agree?

  5. yes i do agree that people get angry without reason, but I am sure that the person who gets angry without reason knows the reason behind his anger :D So in that case, rather than 'Accepting the expectation' & convince yourself, I would suggest you to just let yourself go.

    1. Find the route cause(in your example, love)
    2. There could be many solution for one problem. In your example, either express your love or search for the person who is loving you. Ofcourse 'Accepting the expectation' is another solution(but its difficult one). Find the right solution.


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