Choose one situation of the following or choose them all if you feel like it
What would you tell a...
- Lonely person who is surrounded by people but can't feel the atmosphere
- Desperate person who sees life in gray and black
- Disappointed person who has been let down a lot
- Sad person who lost a cherished one
~ It would be great if you comforted any/all of the above in all the languages you can speak.
Your presence is indeed very essential to this post. From what I know about you, you have been nothing but kind and caring to the members here.
Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts about two situations of people who may be actually here and having to face and fight all that alone. Everyone's kind words would benefit them a lot.
"What about me?" I will probably get back to this when I come up with some valuable sayings to share.
- A lonely person who is surrounded by people but can't feel the atmosphere
The first question in my mind when I read this sentence, this person needs to get out of the crowd and just sit side by side with one person s/he trusts the most. The way I approach them depends on one's personality. If the person were female, I'd sit close to her side by side and ask her what's she been up to. If the person were male, I'd sit at the opposite of him, look at him gently, and ask him how's life going.
I prefer to listen to them until they'd ask my opinions.
To those who are desperate and disappointed, I won't give any advice at the beginning. Just spare an amount of time to listen to them, meet at a private place where they feel comfortable to cry or mad. Till they'd trust me by asking my opinions, then I'd ask them whether they could see themselves as a better person whom others could rely on (under one condition, if they're being truthful about what makes them desperate or disappointed).
How about you? I like your topic, I think it's very important to keep in mind that learning languages should be aimed at comforting someone instead of hurting others.
Words like a double-edged sword, it can either heal the soul or kill one's life.