The Provoking Reflections

Equanimity is calm and composed amidst stress and provocation.

“A question that sometimes drives me hazy: am I or are the others crazy?”

― Albert Einstein

Someone‘ said ‘something‘ to You 
You got provoked.

An insult, an abuse, an illicit behaviour, 
or an explicit wording…
And you got hurt.

Have you closely observed Yourself…

Who got hurt every time by others?

Who are these “others”?

Are you so weak that a mere few words by someone who doesn’t know what he is saying can hurt You, Your emotions, and Your feelings?

Do you know who you are?

Beyond thoughts, feelings, and emotions.

Can anyone hurt you?

Mindfulness is the practice of purposely bringing one's attention to the present-moment experience without evaluation, a skill one develops through meditation or other training.

Equanimity is calm and composed amidst stress and provocation.

It’s not said that you accept the unacceptable behaviour of others as it is, but before reacting, first, calm yourself and watch the reality of the person who is provoking you, his intentions, upbringing, his level of thought, situation, his problem, her level of stress, and his status of depression.

After that, respond to the person, instead of reacting, in whatever way you want, and say whatever comes to your mind spontaneously.

Remember, They are A Being, and So You Are.


Both are the manifestation of the same source. They are not separate from you but merely reflect you in another body. The bodies are different, but the original is the same.

I.e., You.

2 thoughts on “The Provoking Reflections”

  1. Well explained ……..sometimes people are just frustrated. Like u suggested respond instead of reacting …💜…U r so cool ,keep on writing 💜
    Although I am not a consistent reader …but j do love your blogs I hope u keep on choosing more such topics ..and keep blessing us with your wise words

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