Sometimes, even a “Thank You” is expecting too much – Lesson from a journey called Life

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About milcom
A software developer by profession, Milcom is a football lover and considers music as his religion. While he is not working, he likes reading blogs, listening to music, reading novels or simply sitting idle, in which he is a world champion.

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  1. spotlesssoul says:

    Umm:)

    It’s a controversial sentence, you know that? Because many meanings can be derived from it and one doesn’t really get to ‘learn’ what YOU ‘learned’ from your life.

    For now, I’m just assuming it to be simple. Simple enough to mean that sometimes ‘showing’ gratitude also depicts one’s expectations. And yes, to tell you something, it more or less ALWAYS does =) Even after showing gratitude, the hidden part in us expects us to be given some specific response in turn.

    But that’s how one’s ‘dealings’ continue. On basis of expectations.

    So what bothers YOU actually? Expectations or just THAT thank you which is based on expectations?

    • milcom says:

      I know it is quite a controversial line.

      When I help someone, I do not expect anything in return. At times, I wish that I get at least a simple “Thanks” in return. Most of the times, it turns out that it is better not to expect even that. 🙂

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