Saturday, July 5, 2008

empathetic Or sympathetic



Everybody prefers to be different and unique from all…
To get recognized, rewarded and awarded…

What a successful person must have done in his/her life??
Take any known example and test…

They must’ve done something or other unique in their lives though they are through
in life..

What s the secret behind staying unique and different ????
I absolutely agree but being different and unique is also not that easy…
For all that we need to find the difference between empathetic and sympathetic..

Until then people treat you that you are WORTH for the CROWN OF RESPECT and see you like ideal…
Please my request do not mix and match the meaning of empathetic and sympathetic…

It s easy to give free advice and spoon of care s like sympathy,

Think by being sympathetic you would never ever understand the opposite people s concern or pain though you would never be on the platform of other side of the coin..

But When you actually think like being in the other person s shoe and showing the feel of what she/he s feeling at that point of time and give them the way
how to tackle the problem as in your experience does make lot of difference,

People actually admire for your concern, care and does start respecting you...
And TRUST ME, it s not that easy to think being in others shoe…
You need practice and Preach before Speech… Which I just STARTED!!!…

Possible
SKK

3 comments:

The Weekend Blogger said...

I always feel that "empathy" is a much stronger and positive emotion than "sympathy" . Let me illustrate :
" Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day " ---that's sympathy .

" Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime" ---that's empathy.

Dolly said...

i always thought empathy and sympathy are synonyms...that was until now...i agree with you...its not easy to be unique...but i am glad you are unique and thank God!!...He created ONLY one...

kajol said...

v well said even me dn't like 2 sympathize ppl ..bt ya hving an empathe for thm thtz gr8t..
even i hate ppl sympathize me ...