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Weak + Strong = Wrong

Being strong hurts more than being weak.

 Analytically speaking: Weak + Strong = Wrong.

Some people just get intimated by your strong personality and as a result, have a hard time coping with you. They are used to feeding on weak people and they love acting like the strongest and the most intelligent person in the room, and when they deal with someone who is seriously strong, it is very challenging because they see their own reflection as a very tiny one. Their mind won’t digest this easily, so other than trying to look at things from a new angle, they define strong people as wrong. However, if you really think about it, no one is utterly strong, and no one is utterly weak. I’m not categorising someone as utterly weak because no one is. If strength in your character is taking the higher percentage, People will categorise you as a WRONG person. I believe being strong takes courage. It hurts just more than letting go and being weak because when someone surrenders to weakness, he just goes with the flow effortlessly, but when someone tries to go against the tide, he has to keep pushing to keep going on.

About Ola El-Wassify (30 Articles)
A word-nerd hearted person who is madly in love with English linguistics, literature, psychology, and cycling. Was raised in Cairo, physically speaking, but her heart belongs to different countries and cultures. Addicted to various kinds of music, such as Jazz, Pop, Metal, Rock, Country, Ray and Nubian music. Her soul is intertwined with dancing, Sufism, and typewriters. Writing is her passion! Poetry is her favorite, yet she gets absorbed into short-stories and novels as well. She believes we are all the sum of the books we read, the movies we watch, and the music we listen to, and that is why she loves writing. When you write and someone loves your words, you become an essential part of their memories.

1 Comment on Weak + Strong = Wrong

  1. It takes strength to stand by one’s own conviction. And being deemed wrong is somehow an accompanying curse of being a person of an adamant conviction.

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