Blog #4 23rd June, 2017 – 0325 Hrs
This word “Missing” is critically used in most of the sensitive and emotional cases, rarely used in the cheerful way. The best way to express it…., yes! It’s is a feeling, an abstract for feeling someone’s absence. So, one will show elevated emotional sensitivity through words and the actions and results in weeping or sobbing in some cases. The best expressed is in words only.
One would tell another person that he/she misses him/her or he/she missed him/her. This is how it works. Anyways the beauty is in its meaning. The purpose of this expression or abstract is showing how much someone craves one’s presence and how much the absence of that someone hurts him. It also means that someone reminds of some other one and thus may feel happy or sad as he/she may be away from him/her. Thus its actually very complicated and over-rated.
The literal meaning is entirely different and must be clearly explained obviously not the human but to the computer. Computers if not trained for this exception case in terms of the literal meaning may change the entire scenario. From the sensitive part with a feeling it shifts to very rude statement. The meaning is – forgetting, not reminding, lost or losing something or someone, etc. Hence literal meaning is important to be considered and exempted from its actual and expected way.
People who usually use this word is mostly in the state of remembering the person with or without the knowledge of himself/herself. People feel that someone’s presence and absence matters most and the feeling for the opposite elevates and leads to expression of this expression and hence this words finds it use.
Some comments and arguments on social media goes like –“Missing me! Don’t miss me, I’m always there”, “I’ll be there when you miss me”, “Miss me to send me your love to me”, etc. But if looked in a way with the literal reference it is well said as What I would say – “Missing me! Don’t ! Keep me safe in your thoughts.” The former statement quoted clearly depends on the meaning but keeps the essence of the original expression of the abstract – MISSING SOMEONE.
“Forgetting and remembering someone, may be for good or bad, happy or being sad, always needs a support of word for expression and hence NEVER think the words cannot be used for sensitive expression of feelings.”