Trying to be sane since 1991…

E is for Eleutheromania which means a frantic desire for freedom.


Here’s a link where you can find out how to pronounce this word: CLICK HERE

For some of us freedom is what matters the most.

For some of us, it’s not on high priority.
I’m that kind of a guy who’s blessed to have a family, few friends that support me and help me out with matters of life.
Yes there are times that I don’t want to be told how to do this, how to work like that, come home soon, don’t roam here and there etc (you get the message, right?)

But I don’t want that to stop. People who say like that to you care for you. There’s no hidden agenda. If they say, that don’t roam here means they know that place more than you. Sometimes listening helps!

Do you agree with this? Or you think that complete freedom is a necessity?


E is for Expiate which means to make amends for wrong.

My second choice for this word comes with a simple message.

When there’s something that you did was wrong enough, what’s your move?

Do you wait it out until everything’s calm and then sort it out?

Do you right away head over and apologise till you get a nod.


You do nothing?
I’ll tell you what I usually do!
Most of the times I head over directly and apologise if I fell even for once that I am wrong.

I remember once on some webpage, if you took a survey, it would say a few things accurately about you. For me there was one line that got etched deep into my memory. I can never ever forget it;

Yes, I do that a lot of times. Someone says something to me. If it hurts me even a bit I will vent out my anger almost immediately without even analysing. And then I feel guilty and I apologise quickly. That’s one bad trait of mine which I have tried to reduce since a long time and I am trying to get better!

So I end this post asking you; what are the actions you take to make amends for the wrong things you do?

For my last year’s entry for the letter E, CLICK HERE

This post is written as a part of A-Z challenge 2016 where bloggers from all around the world will blog for the whole month, daily based on all the alphabets in chronological order.


Comments on: "E is for Eleutheromania and Expiate" (7)

  1. My freedom is my everything and wow eleuthromania is something I learned. I do accept my excuse when I am wrong and it’s a trait so many of us are alien to. Glad you abide in the same sense:)

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    • Hey Vishal.. Yes for some freedom is indeed everything.. Only sometimes they like to be told what needs to be done. As per making amends.. I’m glad you accept your excuse.. I’ll directly jump guns blazing realizing later it was wrong on my part.

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  2. I am want to get eleutheromania from this 9 to 5 life at work, would like to work when I am in best state of mind to be at my productive best


  3. So goooooddd.

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  4. I don’t think absolute freedom is necessary. And also making amends is best done as soon as we realize our mistakes. Great post 🙂
    Reema D’souza from
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