The power of silence



Sometimes ‘silence’ can be the best response.

In my student life, especially those days of CMC (Chittagong Medical College), I was rebellious (to some extent I still am). I used to protest and confront any argument, opinion or situation I could not agree with. Even many a times I use to revolt against the leadership of the party I belonged. I always stood up for what I believed in. Often I was clear to my conscience, but sometimes I was judgemental too. Although I earned many friends and supporters, through my actions I was also able to push some other people to such a corner that they had no choice but to oppose me. During that time I was not aware of when to use ‘silence’ as a tool to win over the opposing ideas and to diffuse a conflicting situation.

Since leaving CMC, I have been learning many basics…

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