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Very Inspiring Blogger Award

Very Inspiring Blogger Award

Very Inspiring Blogger Award

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Awards are always amazing whether they are virtually given or awarded in person. Thanks to Claudia for nominating me for the ‘Very Inspiring Blogger’ Award. This is my second virtual award for blogging after the Liebster Award nomination last year. Just feels lovely that there are bloggers out there who read and appreciate your work.

As is the case with such awards, there are a few rules: –

– Thank the person who nominated you for the award and display the award logo

– Nominate other blogs (10 or so) which have inspired you and name them

– Mention 3 things that inspired you the most in the last week

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Why do we love to argue?

Who doesn’t love to argue? (Me included :)) Whether its arguing needlessly or arguing to defend your point, arguments are the essence of any discussion. There are some who just keep arguing all the time without any rhyme or reason. They need a reason to just begin themselves. And when they do, they never stop. They just keep arguing for the sake of arguing. While there are others who prefer to avoid arguments outright. Whenever any sort of discussion reaches such a situation, these people tend to leave it lest it may reach a level where verbal and physical fights may result. But why do we argue at all?

All of us have a set of beliefs, a set of values, principles, understanding of certain theories etc. If we observe that a particular thing is out of place or not happening according to our beliefs, values, culture etc. we tend to ask questions. And when it doesn’t match with the other party, arguments begin. When we have a set thinking and believe in certain probable truths, we never accept the other party’s comments or inputs which maybe different from ours. We tend to believe that our thinking is the universal truth. A lot of it has to do with the refusal to change preconceived notions. And then we go all out to show that we are RIGHT!

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