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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Musings

Why do we resent things that are sent our way? Why aren’t we ready to accept the moment they appear on the radar of our consciousness? Their presence itself invokes a sense of foreboding, confusion and a threat to our fragile and over the edge existence. They somehow manage to set off a chain reactions of reactive actions blindly following some distorted and warped sense of atavistic logic which has lost its touch with the reality and hence its relevance. We try to shut ourselves off from whatsoever those truths or things might be trying to convey. We are so comfortable and smug with whatever little knowledge or information we have, that we never want to step away from our comfort zone to reach out to those things that comes our way.

To make any effort to comprehend and understand the mysteries those things might be hiding within themselves seems foolishness, an utter waste of time and resources which can be better realized in furthering one’s prospects and eventually one’s future instead of running around in circles or chasing some elusive mirages or chimera. But our stubborn or mulish attitude towards change and our inability to adjust to ever-changing realities makes us miss most of the opportunities which come to enrich and add more colors and meanings to our dull and mundane lives and allowing to be transformed in turn. We refuse to be bent or broken as it makes us seem weak and vulnerable in front of everyone around us. But unless we allow us to be bent or broken and made anew the stale and moldy confines of our spirits would never allow the fresh breaths of the winds of change to enter inside us and caress our aching soul, to transform renew and rejuvenate it in return.

6 comments:

Bhushan said...

This post works as a draft of fresh air. Thanks for sharing.

अनुपमा पाठक said...

beautiful concept!
bahta pani nirmal hota hai....
adaptation is the best gift granted to living creatures!!!!
" unless we allow us to be bent or broken and made anew the stale and moldy confines of our spirits would never allow the fresh breaths of the winds of change to enter inside us "
perfectly said!!!

Anjana (Gudia) said...

lovely post with the eternal message... as they say 'change is the only constant'!

ZEAL said...

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Hi Dorothy.

It's a beautiful post. I am in absolute consonance with your thoughts. We must accept everything coming our way. It makes us less complex and enables us to lead a happy and peaceful life.

Wish you and family a wonderful Dipawali.

Divya.

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पलाश said...

आपको दीपावली की ढेर सारी शुभकामनायें ।

गीता पंडित (शमा) said...

Change is the law of nature...nothing is constant...so adoptation makes the life easy ...

Thanks....
Gita

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