Is Seedhi Baat Is Too Risky?
Is Seedhi Baat Is Too Risky?1 min 174 1 min 174
I have the habit of telling things as it is, always Seedhi Baat, coming straight to the point and not taking winding talk to say what I need to say.
One such incident was in my music class where I did not seem to understand the method of teaching adopted by the teacher. It felt a lot confusing for a beginner like me. I conveyed my inability to understand the topic and wanted the teacher to break it into smaller parts and explain it to me. This was viewed as a non-conformance and a kind of rebellion. Asking questions was construed as going against the teacher.
I felt that coming straight to the point is not always welcome in most of the professional and academic circles. Being a bit more diplomatic is considered the norm and people tend to shun people who tell the truth most of the time.
This said I feel Seedhi Baat is a good trait to have and people who talk straight can be always trusted. Integrity and honesty can be gained only when you do Seedhi Baat. It keeps me free from any baggage of having said something wrong or hiding something from someone. It keeps the mind of the person who is known for a Seedhi Baat light and happy.
I would say "Seedhi Baat Karo, Mann Ki Shanti pao"