Until you are Mine.

PC – google.com

“Until you are mine” – Now this statement has multiple meanings. It depends on how the statement is being said and how it is being heard. 

For some, this statement might have a romantic connotation as the lover says to his beloved that he will not stop trying to woo her until she becomes his in totality and the two hearts meet. And for others, it might have an egotistical connotation that the lover will not leave his beloved and keep trying to woo her until she submits to him. 

I say, in both the cases, it depends on how the statement is being said and how it is being taken. 

The only way to find out is to contemplate.

To contemplate the statement before reacting to it. One should first think what the person is saying, what impression it is creating and what will be the aftermath if the reaction which is being given. 

In my opinion, when such a diplomatic statement is being used by any person, the other one should first try to understand the complete in and out meaning of it before submitting to the statement. 

For ex., if your lover comes and says that, “I’ll not leave you.” Then, this statement should be thought upon before being too happy or too annoyed about it. 

Maybe the lover means that he will not leave her side, even when the clouds turn black. Or maybe the person means that, “Oh no baby, I’m not letting you go to anyone else.” 

Now the second one is a problematic one but the first one is a supportive one.

The reason why I’m writing this article today is that many people nowadays tend to misinterpret the meaning of the words spoken. They presume their own meanings and connotations and things become worse. 

So, in my opinion, one should always understand what is being said, how it is being said and then react to it accordingly.

This is just in accordance with the title of my article today. Some might’ve thought it’s going to be about something romantic ! 

But surprise !!!!!!!!!! It’s not even remotely connected to romance.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s