Unfeeling

“Look closely at those who patronize you. Half are unfeeling, half untaught.” -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

U is for Unfeeling

The Wicked Witch of the West, a fictional character from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was indeed an unfeeling person. She felt absolutely no sympathy for anyone! Although this wicked witch is pretend the truth is there is cold-hearted individuals just like her that walk among us. One such person sticks out in my mind. She will forever be the most callous person that I have ever met, and I am not alone in thinking this! This person has caused so much hurt, destroyed so many relationships, puts down just about everyone and I cannot even imagine how she lives with herself. I do feel sad for her though as her icy unfeeling nature, I am sure, has kept her from experiencing real love!

It must be my compassionate nature that believes that this world holds many more caring people than those devoid of feelings for others.

Synonym of unfeeling – uncaring
Antonym of unfeeling – loving

Other Blogging From A-to-Z Challenge Posts 2014 (Emotions)
Blogging from A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal 2014

A is for Anger
B is for Bliss
C is for Compassion
D is for Deceit
E is for Envy
F is for Fear
G is for Grief
H is for Hurt
I is for Insecurity
J is for Jilted
K is for Kindness
L is for Love and Loss (of a pet)
M is for Melancholy
N is for Nervousness
O is for Optimism
P is for Pride
Q is for Quizzical
R is for Resentment
S is for Sadness
T is for Thankfulness
U is for Unfeeling
V is for Victimization (emotional)
W is for Worry
X is for XOXO
Y is for Yearning
Z is for Zeal

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