Sunday, December 18, 2005

Ineffable

Since last few minutes i am thinking of writing something but i am unable to do so, Isn,t a better to put what u r thinking. But question remains why i am unable to do so. it may be either i have too many things in my minds or nothing at all. What to remember and what to forget what to put and what to delete not so easy. Its hard to forget something and hard to remember something. u will realize if u go through those moments. Really its takes seconds to change things from heaven to hell, good to bad, happy to sorrow and u see like a spectator. yes, we r a spectator in this world of stage even though we believe that we r actors sometimes, but script has been written by someone else so what's big deal about it. Are we really a victim of the situations around us or its just a thinking that makes it so. Remember in this life the proverb "As you think so as you are". is it really true. then our surrounding r our state of mind. i don't know how these things matter. it might be that our actions r originated from our belief and thinking.
But why some times u say yes to things u want to say no and vice verse. are we really weak at those moments or we don't have control on those moments. or we manipulating ourselves too much now days.
Don't put arms around something which u can not hold in your heart.

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Prashant said...

Well I feel an overpowering sense of direction, a focus put far beyond the reach of failure and dissappointment is the answer...

Forget what you 'want' and success will redefine itself. Success then will be just one more step and every step of the way. Just choose a path whose destination is creating value and opening new avenues not blase consumption...

I am often disturbed by the arguement lavished by the unabashedly bourgeois west and gladly soaked up by the arriviste Indian that life is all about living it up (read competitive consumption...).

You forsake your freedom and peace of mind ('work hard') to earn enough and then your discretion to consume in progressively hedonistic ways('to party harder') to get a high...

And when you are caught in this vicious trap your soul is excised to fuel this huge juggernaut and your remaining life is all about the flesh, blood and cholesterol...