I call this blog a Scrambled Erratum! The description goes like this - "Aggregate of individuals
are left in confused state as even the smallest subatomic matter in their respective brains make
them scratch their heads by self or mechanical/electronic means, intentionally/unintentionally
deviating from what is correct, right or true."

CRITICISM IS ONE FACET OF HUMANITY

I’m a critic but… I’m not the only one…

Criticism is the act of frying (condemning) another person, when the criticism is the breach of a rule which also applies to the critic. Don’t ask me who framed it.

How are cynic and critic related?

Definitely they are not husband and wife! Cynic is a person on earth who is motivated by selfishness or even a person whose posture is sneeringly and often habitually negative. Cynic rebukes his own life, but cynic may not be a pessimist. Some cynics think that others are selfish but not themselves, we can call or I call them as “Cynic-morons”.

When does criticism come into subsistence?

Criticism evolves when it involves verbal arrogance or demands of punishment against perpetrators of the act which an individual practices.

If there is a salient difference between the critic and the criticized, this makes the criticized person reproachable for the act, but not the critic.

Though criticism is frequently invoked as an accusation in debates, in some cases conflicts do pop-up.

# is criticisms necessary and beneficial or even integral part of life?

# is it necessary for the society or not?

In my point of view it is.

Concealment is not necessary for criticism; it can involve the open practice of a behavior for which one condemns others. You can be a critic but, you mustn’t become a vampire and bite their neck, but you are allowed to pretend as if you are going to, but a good and matured critic must try to catalyze the feelings of the person (victim), such that he performs the assigned task in a better fashion, if the person is hungry enough. Criticism in a non-authoritarian way is the best available diplomatic approach rather than an insult and it is a benevolent approach.

Every single person in this planet is a critic but each individual varies in the height and the way of criticizing others.

When we criticize another person, it says nothing about that person but definitely something about you.

Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary.

Be a critic and make others smarter by being smarter and benignant…

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6 Comments:

Anonymous Don Juan said...

Instead of criticizing others, y d hell don u shut the f**k up n mind yr own business! if u post another thread below this sayin ." EVEN THIS IS CRITICIZIN", u are nothing but a worthless ass[:P]

2:58 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger Raghuveeran said...

@don juan

1)I didn't criticize anyone in this post...

2)This is my business...

3)When we criticize another person, it says nothing about that person but definitely something about you.

9:28 AM, September 16, 2007  
Blogger dollarsab said...

that was an interesting post...

11:28 AM, September 16, 2007  
Anonymous K.S.Sriymunan said...

Criticizing can b a matter of u telling about others, or others telling about you. Even though this act is socially permitted in a country like India, U have the right to take ur finger till the nose of the other person, but u don have the damn right to touch it. So everything is safe until it is under a limit...
Nice post but i din think it wud turn out to b an open conflicting....

8:08 PM, September 16, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi
good attempt ! Criticism is an essential ingredient of one's overall growth.. I wonder how many of us can digest it... It checks your generosity and tolerance..

go ahead ...!

You can write on some critical issues pertained to our society!

9:56 AM, September 22, 2007  
Blogger Raghuveeran said...

@saby
dhnx...

@yamunan
Oi criticism is virtually omnipresent. You can criticize whomever you want and at any tone, but you gotta face the consequences.

@anonymous
thnx... critical issues?? ya ko i'll try...

10:16 AM, September 22, 2007  

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