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Deny Thyself Dual or Bi-polar Personality

Deny Thyself Dual or Bi-polar Personality

Dual personality

(The image: Courtesy of NoName_13 from Pixabay)

Want to be eternally happy?

Deny thyself dual or bi-polar personality.

 

Chaos, confusion and complexity

Result from dual or bi-polar personality.

Bi-polar personality

 

(The image: Courtesy of Gerd Altmann, geralt, from Pixabay)

Why confuse humanity

Despite thy noble activity?

 

Nature as well as Her beauty

Longs for thy company.

Longing

(The image: Courtesy of ThomasWolter from Pixabay)

 

Want to be eternally happy,

Deny thyself dual or bi-polar personality.

 

Thy pick: Ego, desire, rationality,

Self-esteem or conscientious humanity?

 

Thy concept of duty

Decides futurity.

 

Respect to the elderly

Or authorities hinders thy purity?

 

Accept eternity

By removing duality or bipolarity.

 

(The image: Courtesy of Aakash Dhage, Aakashdhage, from Pixabay)

Want to be eternally happy,

Deny thyself dual or bi-polar personality.

 

False front and ostentation breed agony.

Peace comes after simplicity.

(The image: Courtesy of Stefan Keller, KELLEPICS, from Pixabay)

Physical solidity

Constitutes intrepidity.

 

Mental serenity

Creates serendipity.

 

Emotional propriety

Constructs certainty.

 

Metaphysical profundity

Causes creativity.

 

Want to be eternally happy,

Deny thyself dual or bi-polar personality.

 

Thy positivity

Confirms ingenuity.

 

Ingenuity

Contributes to esotericity.

 

Esotericity

Composes clarity.

 

Insanity

Calls esotericity complexity.

 

Sanity

Considers it as perspicuity

 

As the three-fold verity

Coins the reality.

 

Want to be eternally happy,

Deny thyself dual or bi-polar personality.

 

Say goodbye to negativity.

Relish the bliss of perpetuity.

(The image: Courtesy of Gerd Altmann, geralt, from Pixabay)

 

 

Thinking about the blog (poem):

Opening Statement

Thy personality may be a mixture of oddities.

Between the Lines

Thy conscientious self urges thee to be one with thyself.

The End of the Line

Realization leading to correction is necessary.

 

Question:

Hath thou ever experienced dual or bi-polar personality?

 

Glossary:

thyself: (old use or dialect) a word meaning ‘yourself’, used when talking to only one person

dual personality: It is a disorder in which an individual’s personality appears to have become separated into two or more distinct parts or personalities, each having its own complex composition. It is a neurosis when a person has two or more sets of thoughts, actions or behaviour, each of which becomes dominant and controls behaviour from time to time to the exclusion of the other parts. (Former name: Multiple Personality Disorder; Non-technical name: Split Personality; Technical/Modern name: Dissociative Identity Disorder, DID)

bi-polar personality: Bi-polar personality disorder, BPD, is a mental illness that causes unusual shifts in a person’s mood, energy, activity levels and concentration. The shifts can make it difficult to carry out day-to-day tasks. It was formally called manic-depressive illness or manic depression.

thy: your

conscientious: (of actions) done with great care and attention

false front: (here) appearance or manner intended to deceive

ostentation: exaggerated display (of wealth, knowledge, skill, etc.) intended to impress people or make them envious

breed: lead to, cause

agony: extreme mental or physical suffering

intrepidity: fearlessness

serenity: state of calmness and peacefulness

serendipity: (talent for) making pleasant and unexpected discoveries entirely by chance

propriety: state of being correct in one’s social or moral behaviour

metaphysical: dealing with the nature of existence, truth and knowledge

profundity: depth (esp. of knowledge, thought, etc.)

ingenuity: cleverness and originality in solving problems

esoteric: likely to be understood by only those with a special knowledge or interest

perspicuity: clear expression, clarity

three-fold: truth, consciousness and bliss

verity: truth

relish: enjoy

perpetuity: eternity

thee: you

hath thou: have you

bliss fruits

(The image: Courtesy of bknis from Pixabay)

 

These fruits are always in season.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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