Is it normal to feel stupid after saying something?

Asked By: blehmewrawr 13-15, F  1 hour ago

Posted by Me Jan 4th, 2014 at 7:19PM

As a child, I did not think that my speech is stupid.
As an adult, I don’t want to admit that my speech is stupid.
Now, as an elder, I see that my speech is truly stupid. I keep on wondering whether I should keep quiet or keep on uttering stupid words. I choose to use utterance, because I see that all human relationships require utterances. It is a misery to be dumb. Not many people are understanding and admiring silence, although silence is sign of profound contempletion.
That is why continuous learning is essential. We all need wisdom is using our speech with moderation, suitable to time, place and people. Perhaps, nobody can become all-knowing like Christ, in order that all their words are divine education.
God is not silent, He is the Word.


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Baha’u’llah says:

 O friends! Be not careless of the virtues with which ye have been endowed, neither be neglectful of your high destiny. Suffer not your labors to be wasted through the vain imaginations which certain hearts have devised. Ye are the stars of the heaven of understanding, the breeze that stirreth at the break of day, the soft-flowing waters upon which must depend the very life of all men, the letters inscribed upon His sacred scroll. With the utmost unity, and in a spirit of perfect fellowship, exert yourselves, that ye may be enabled to achieve that which beseemeth this Day of God.

(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 196)


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