Silence and patience

My silence doesn’t mean that I don’t want to scream. I’m silent because I don’t want to voice my disgust for the situation I am in. Because, once I voice it, I know I cannot stay in the disgust and will leave the task just like that.

Indirectly, it means that if I don’t like something, I won’t give you the slightest clue that I am not liking it but once the disgust crosses the limit of my patience, I will not tolerate it any further.
P. S.: This blog helps me so much to keep my thoughts on track. 

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