Are we confining ourselves by tormenting our minds to always think about the most inevitable concept of any life?
Human beings are such strange little creatures. They are so very easily cheated by the twin phenomenon of birth and death. They laugh and celebrate birth, cry and despise death. They feel so very safe in their tiny little shelters which they call as their home.
And they try to live a journey in between the cunning twin siblings – a journey which they so affectionately coin as life; a life which they manage to clutter, with morals, values and relationships.
And they are so very confident that these set of moral rules will lead them to the immortal hand which has forged them. Ha! I really don’t think the so called god would have had the same thing in mind when these humans were pushed down from heaven or whichever higher altar it may be.
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Why do we end up defining normality – always?!
I was just wondering if we have been taught to follow what is normal. I wonder who sets the rules. Who tells us what is good/ bad, correct/ incorrect, normal/ abnormal?
The problem is, at that age when we are taught all this, we don’t even have the option of raising a doubt. Either we are too afraid or we don’t even know what it means to raise our voice. We are just taught to impress others by doing the same things that everyone “normally” does. Anything contradictory will mean
- You are a revolutionist – a pain in the ass for our parents.
- You are a born idiot – looked down like a worm by other kids.
And fear is instilled to us, even as they teach us not to be afraid of anything. Our creativity is not encouraged if it is contrary to the “general human” norms. Lets take a small example, shall we:
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Thinking about very simplistic but an essential thought of life
The world is a dot. That’s right, you heard me. It is a dot. How big a dot? Well probably as big (or as small) as this one – .
In all probability even smaller. There is no guessing how much.
When the world comes to a dot what are we? We are naught! Yup nothing more than nothingness, just a mere dot’s distance from fading away. Fading away into oblivion, waiting to be nothing more than anything and no more than nothing.
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Moral policing is completely misunderstood in India. Here’s why…
Just considering the reactions of the Indian government during “certain” recent protests… I thought we are a Democracy! As long as our actions are within limits and not intended to harm anyone physically, I don’t see any reason why we should be policed (hope meaning is evident) in anyway!
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What’s the big difference between a marriage and wedding?
Ya both are same… almost. In fact, this is what Wikitionary has to say about the same:
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My philosophy behind the old caste system that currently plagues my country 🙁
Evening was nearing and everything was silent in the Gurukul again.
Everything except the mind of one of the Sishyas. Realizing the imbalance in the atmosphere, the great Guru summoned his pupil and asked him what troubled his mind.
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How does fanaticism of cinema differ from the rest of the world? A small insight.
I was just going through some really amazing videos of a certain Indian cine star in YouTube and I couldn’t help wondering if the heroes and directors ever get to watch their own film before its release? If at all they do, either they have cruel hearts or empty minds. It so happens that some of the so called action film run to 100 days of success because of it being treated as a comedy film!
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