Thursday, April 7, 2011

Voyage of Discovery - 1


I write and rub off … write and rub off .After practicing this quite a lot of time I thought of starting with the broken words.


It is said that broken words are essential for conversation to be going on. So therefore I believe a child makes his first connection by uttering cackles to make his closer once realize about his presence.
And here a big girl is trying to endorse similar effect  :)

After having a lot of back offs and living in extreme dismay lately (the usual boredom, use of brain to the minimum, health issues lingering on, this issue that issue) ; I realized that emotional juncture takes you to the places you cannot think off to be in.

From our child hood we learn to adhere to the principles and one principle I knew was never to complaint or regret.

It is what I tied my knot with and practiced a lot. There were times when I couldn’t feel earth beneath my feet, I went quiet but then realized I need to move on, need to see the periphery then to stay vacuous. That was the time when my words sounded so emotionless and my wholesome presence was almost negligible but effort is what humans keep on practicing, even when angel comes over to let them see the world for the last time; they sweat to imbibe this and his look and her touch and so on .

I regretted few things, few decisions and few moments; and then as if my conscience slapped me right off.  Is this what I taught you? When you were docile enough and were trying to make sense with the strings and sticks and hitting and babbling; I interpose a lot, I worked on you and is this your return!?

I am glad that I never said it loud I smoked it lightly off my wisdom hood. And I know this transition will soon come to an end. Maybe I am over sensitive (and I am proud to be one because I surpass a lot of activity in between). May be just bad vibes and not necessarily a sinful person, I am.

Yesterday I reached home and suddenly I had a lot of pain, something that I couldn’t dodge. I thought this game over. And then the very next moment, I was normal. It was just tiny moment that made me sit on my knees and all my plans were off the scene completely.

We have a lot of things in our daily life, things that remind us of who we belong to. What we need to practice.
It’s just that I complaint why words are zipped off and emotions so fervent. Why is that we don’t know when and how things would occur and we overkill ourselves by intensify moments and moments into catastrophe.

If all bad vibes necessarily be act of punishment? Or mere testing of human to make them tougher to undergo toughness?

Forget everything! What makes you smile …something larger than life? :)

This post is dedicated to everyone who recently had bad times or unfortunately heading to one ; just drive the nail aright and be submissive. Rest upon who ran it so far. Don’t worry :)

don't forget to drink a lot of water; this is what doctor recommends me ;) 

Virtual Treat :  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PP_apsbNev8&feature=related

18 comments:

  1. Good or bad times. They just pass. The difference is: good moments pass at a very rapid pace while its opposite with the bad ones. And yes, the key to happiness is patience and resoluteness in those times.

    Keep writing. It makes one feel better in either situation! :)

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  2. hmm....bad times are here so that we can enjoy our good times better...

    And always...there will be good times again...

    Nice post.

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  3. thanks taimur: apt recognition =) the basic idea of the post was to learn in bad times rather than to conclude after that. As we all do so this time when bad time came around, one should try to consciously fight it.
    :)
    thanks for reading it out.

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  4. yes =) I hope we convince ourselves over that fact that this cyclic process will turn gray days someday.

    hope you having a good day =)

    take care

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  5. i m going to drink water after reading this article.

    Apart from jokes nice article but how can you say that emotional juncture takes you to the places you cannot think off to be in ? Can you put some light on this.

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  6. hey mobile expert thanks for your precious comment, you gave strength to people by following my advice =)

    and your question: look in your society you will find a lot of examples. However the most used one, "worst condition force people to do odd things i.e. leaving your conscience behind"

    if you like to read more, go ahead and i hope your throat isn't left dry anymore! =)

    have fun.

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  7. i think women are more inclined to make the decision on the basis of emotions, where as in men the case is different because the decision is based on some logical reasoning not just the emotions. So, i think you are also talking about the women.

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  8. ummm i would like to disagree here, at times women are extremely stable and men behave opposite, exactly opposite happens.

    have you heard of men committing suicides, killed someone brutally etc etc ... which makes me believe that you need to kill your conscience and your emotions to behave like that.And may be your are right in a way that guys don't get emotional while taking decision that why they lose it.*The humanity*.(however this is not what i meant to write, just to give you a counter argument)

    So therefore the article had this point of practicing patience quite often and it is not pertinent to any gender.Its a normal human trait. and our holy book has asked every individual to practice it, not only women.

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  9. If I person has learnt i will get over it, its just a bump in the ride', how can that person claim to be 'over sensitive' ?

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  10. Over sensitivity is not a *freaking out* syndrome.

    Over sensitivity makes her think alot, go beyond and then come back to think rationally.

    if she wont take it serious, she will ignore many little things that might add to her personlaity.

    the person who is over sensitive and claim to be so is because she used her heart to learn wipe off the fears herself, she tries to be patient and learn to strengthen her faith, control her anger and tensions.

    few elements of nature has alot of branches and lots of dependencies,its on human for which one makes you better and strong.

    thanks for dropping by =)

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  11. I regretted few things, few decisions and few moments; and then as if my conscience slapped me right off. Is this what I taught you?

    I am glad that I never said it loud I smoked it lightly off my wisdom hood. And I know this transition will soon come to an end. Maybe I am over sensitive.


    Above are the lines that I was referring to. Like what is the problem with 'regretting a few things/decisions/moments in life'? Why your conscious has to slap you for that. Its true that life goes on, but why one must learn not to regret? If one learns that regretting is not the way, then to me one cannot be compassionate; being compassionate has to do a few things with sensitivity.

    I would agree that life goes on, as it always does, but why we have to subtract regret from it. Regretting tells us that we made some mistake and hence we learn from it. We can always say 'Yes, I did make a mistake, and I regret it but I will make sure that I do not make the same mistake again and then regret over it; again.' This would make makes us more wiser and stronger.

    I get your point about 'over sensitive', though I never meant it to be 'freaking out syndrome'.

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  12. Over sensitivity can make her feel dejected and she can linger over the fact, that she made a bad decision etc.

    Controlling this habit is what you refer to; and that is to learn from your mistakes and drive on. Even if she wants to, she can never eliminate regrets from her life,if any.

    I agree these are ones that drives you on but prolonged whining and complaining makes the situation and living worst,it like a vague and void created in your life. Plus when i talk about patience this is what i refer to w.r.t to regrets and i want to make my believe firm on the fact that allah has written something better in account and i should take these downfalls as an experience. So i need not to complaint instead i should take it on and carve something better for future; which ofcourse is not easy and require alot of fighting.

    p.s. oversensitivity is remarked as freaking out syndrome by some, so therefore you found it there.

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  13. Infact you have answer in your own statements =).

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  14. Missed the point.

    Why your conscious has to slap you for regret. Why it cannot say 'Yes, I did make a mistake, and I regret it but I will make sure that I do not make the same mistake again and then regret over it; again.'

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  15. hmmm! now two people pointing out same thing makes me feel as if something is left in weighing the correct point itself as the actual point is constantly being ignored. And i would make sure to address that in up comming write ups.

    As for your question: You are right but hey conscience didnt slap because 'Why you regtret?' as i said the situation was hovering over mind for quite some time, so therefore it gave a wake up call that this is not the time to complaint or cry over something which cannot be relived.Even our religion says patient ones are escorted by God so this was the only point.

    As for me, i consciously try to inculcate this point in my mind and it requires alot of effort therefore my conscience tamed me for that and it has got a right to slap =)

    I hope next time you get the point without much hassle.

    take care.

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  16. We are the same.

    I just have an ID now.

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  17. referring to 'From our child hood we learn to adhere to the principles and one principle I knew was never to complaint or regret.
    ' you certainly have been taught well and can express yourself well.
    nywayz It'd be good to see a post on 'serenity', 'ideal world' or 'conscience'.

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