Sitting at HOME does more bad than good


From my childhood my parents or every parents in Indian society encourages their kids to stay at home… They thing by confining inside the does not create any problem and can save a lot in expenses…

Once I started my professional career 13 years ago one thing I did was I was out of HOME and spent most of my time out… Thought I couldn’t save a lot but I got a lot of exposure, got a good network of connect, enjoyed life and more importantly mind was engaged and it didn’t create unnecessary situations…

For last one year I had to take care of my dad and had to be confined at home and I understood why most women were trouble makers… This was what I experienced for last one year;

Lot of idle time: An idle man’s mind is devils workshop and this is true… Since mind is free it created lot of assumptions and imaginary situations which most of the time strained relationship with others… Mind stopped forgiving others… Mind stops accepting mistakes…

Creates Fear & Pessimism: I use to wonder why my mother was pessimistic and was always scared of everything… But when I was all alone I could feel falling for those symptoms…

Reduces Exposure: However educated you are once you stop moving out and spend some time travelling or roaming… You are for sure bound to lag behind…

EGO Develops: there are more changes of you becoming an egoist….

Will Develop Self Pity: We always feel lonely and think we don’t have anyone and develop the trait of pitying ourself…

Breaks Self Confidence: All the above pointed will lead to loosing ones Self-Confidence…

Am not sure how many of you had time to sit at home for a long time and feel if they had experienced such things… But I underwent and compared with the behaviour of women at home and could correlate…

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