We all have our own ways to deal with people when we have arguments. I mean, we can have disagreements with our loved ones, but that does not diminish our feelings for them. India’s most well-known and beloved politician, Rahul Gandhi’s way of resolving disagreements with his loved ones is endearing. On this episode of Curly Tales Sunday Brunch, our Editor-in-Chief Kamiya Jani and Rahul Gandhi enjoy a Sunday dinner in Rajasthan, and here is a small snippet from it.
Rahul Gandhi’s Way Of Resolving Arguments Is Adorable
The national president of the Indian National Congress, Rahul Gandhi, graced our show, Curly Tales Sunday Brunch, with his presence. While enjoying a Sunday dinner for a change, Kamiya decided to play a small game with Rahul, where she asked him to tell us 3 words he uses when he is angry. To this, Rahul replied that he gets quiet every time he is angry or says, ‘Don’t do it.’
He then said that whenever he has an argument with his mother, sister, or any loved one, he fixes it by sending them a sweet text. He said, “I’ll just send her a message saying, Look, Mom, you’re my mother. I love you very much. “And you’re right.” Rahul believes that if you love somebody, after a fight, you can always go and fix it. You can always back down, as it is not really worth having a fight with your loved one. Truly, Rahul Gandhi’s way of resolving disagreements is surely the most adorable.
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Nasty Comments Are Gifts
Rahul Gandhi said that he treats all the nasty comments or anger from the trolls as gifts. It is he who decides whether he wants to take that gift or leave it. He makes an effort to comprehend the source of the rage. If he thinks the anger has a valid reason, he will take that gift, but if not, he leaves it there.
Our Editor-in-Chief Kamiya Jani had a fun chat with India‘s well-liked politician Rahul Gandhi while relishing dinner, which let us get to know him a little better as a person. If you too wish to know Rahul Gandhi as a person, all you need to do is watch the most recent episode of Curly Tales: Sunday Brunch on YouTube.
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