Why fear when I am here - emotional wellbeing

P.D. Padmasiri By P.D. Padmasiri, 29th Aug 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Tsunami the Boxing day tragedy in 2004 plundered thousands of people all in a split second. The mental agony and emotional impact it brings on the suffered is enormous.
The permanent scars still remain uncured with untold mental agony in those suffered.
It may be just a spending few minutes of your time to listen to him and tell him a few encouraging words and give him an advice.

Don't ignore - be patient


How happy, talented and bright boy he was during his school days, and all hopes shattered beyond redemption with the loss of his parents and what ever they possessed after Tsunami the Boxing day tragedy in 2004 plundered them all in a split second. The mental agony and emotional impact it brings on the suffered is enormous. With expectation comes disappointment.
When you somebody, suffering from distress due to physical or mental incapacity, you should not say “It is a sin, poor fellow” and ignore.
There are many ways through which you can help him to get out of that state, may be not soon after the incident, even later. If you can strive to help him……there you have a kind heart.
Be patient, contended and build up self confidence because the softest thing in the world can overcome hardest thing in the world.

Share some encouraging words

On the other hand, suppose, one of your friend is suffering from mental pain and deprivation, may be due to broken affair, bereavement in the family, lost of career or due to any other personal matter. It may not be costly to help him to be relieved at least for the time being. For that what you need is kindness and compassion.

Listen to them

It may be just a spending few minutes of your time to listen to him and tell him a few encouraging words and give him an advice. With that advice he may gain confidence and wisdom to get rid of that difficult situation.

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Content, Contentment, Deprived, Emotional, Emotions, Mental Health, Mental Illnes, Mental Peace, Physical, Physical Body, Spiritual

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author avatar P.D. Padmasiri
I am from Weedagama, Bandaragama, SRI LANKA, HR Manager by profession and have 17 years of experience in my chosen field. I am interested in writing on Buddhism, Spiritual advancement, Nature etc.

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author avatar Retired
29th Aug 2011 (#)

Interesting....thanks for sharing...

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author avatar P.D. Padmasiri
29th Aug 2011 (#)

Thank you very much Starrleena for your interest and comment.

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
29th Aug 2011 (#)

to quote a song from "the Stranglers"... "brother you'd better be ware of the skin deeps" We need to watch each others emotions

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author avatar P.D. Padmasiri
29th Aug 2011 (#)

Thank you very much for inspiring
and supportive comments. Best regards, Mark

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
29th Aug 2011 (#)

Beautiful, P. D. Thank you for a great share.

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author avatar P.D. Padmasiri
29th Aug 2011 (#)

Your comments are very much appreciated in the same spirit. Best wishes, Dear Steve !

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author avatar Lila Bangsawan
30th Aug 2011 (#)

How nice and kind suggestion. Thank you for sharing it, P.D. Best regards.

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author avatar P.D. Padmasiri
30th Aug 2011 (#)

Thank you very much Lila for supportive and inspiring comments. Good Luck

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author avatar Sheila Newton
30th Aug 2011 (#)

I still shiver when I think about that dreadful planet-destroying tsunami.

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author avatar P.D. Padmasiri
31st Aug 2011 (#)

Thank you very much Sheila and your comments are very much appreciated. Best regards

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author avatar P.D. Padmasiri
31st Aug 2011 (#)

Thank you Sheila for comments. Yes mere mention of that great tragedy is still likely to trigger in many more years to come. We lost 60000 people at a fraction of a second at that fateful day. Best regards

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