Brilliant as usual Tomichan :)
Thank you, Kalpanaa
The moment we realise that the thing we are pretending would have a rather negative effect on us might prevent us from pretending. Coincidentally I am reading thinking fast and slow, where the author talks about an experiment where the subjects when unknowingly make a smiling face become more likely to see positivity in even the worst situations and vice versa. So would it not be wise to pretend a fake smile when that smile can make us more positive in life? Sorry for that long a comment. I have more to say, perhaps need a seprate post.
It's the positivity that i'm advocating, Pranju. Our pretensions are always on the positive side, aren't they? I'm waiting for your post on it. Glad to have poked you enough to think of s post ☺
True and beautifully potrayed
:) trying to convey more in less words.
Another layer of pretense perhaps....we are full of these traps....! Was i
The traps are inevitable, inescapable! Religious leaders and many others ensure that!