Recently, the way in which I critique
disappointment has piqued my interest.
In my mind, complaining and/or negatively reviewing have to be on the low end of the emotional intelligence scale because they require little effort to muster and, virtually, no skill to master.
Thus, constructive criticism and/or advisement have got to tip the scale toward enlightenment–right?
I suppose it all depends on your motivation.
In my opinion of human behavior, advice is a sensationalized perspective—at times paradoxical — culminated from the deductions of personal or vicarious epiphanies that are wielded with varying degrees of empathy and urgency– in an effort to directly or indirectly modify free will.
However, it has been my experience that the act of advising another is akin to the passive projection of unfulfilled aspirations; a masquerade for airing regret; hollow if not truly lived.
I have been to a familiar place for an extended period of time.
It is time to come home and practice what I preach.