I have realized that…
Relationships are easy to sow but difficult to nurture.
If you listen to your heart you get pain, but you never regret it.
Silence answers questions which words cannot.
A broken heart is difficult to repair, But not impossible.
I am way better than others, But there are better than me.
Hard work always pays you, A bit late and with interest.
If it pains parting from someone,then you love that person.
Doing something you don’t want to do, doesn’t lead you anywhere.
You always have enough time if you want.
Friends are like stickers, they never leave you completely.
And if you talk too much philosophical you get punched in your face. :angel:
Ever wondered about this? Ever got a question like this? Probably never. But I get this question when I am idle. I am still trying to find the best answer to this question. When you are idle, it is the time when you get so many question and it happens that you don’t have answers to them. You are desperate to find the answers. There are some silly questions also which you don’t put forward as you are afraid of being called an idiot or may be a retard.
So what do you do then? My bad habit of being restless till I find the answer still exists. So I start looking for the probable answer. One of the first answers is that our brain loves to think. So it cannot stop the process of thinking. You can say that the love is Romeo and Juliet kind of love. There is no certain topic or certain area of thinking. It is random and happens unknowingly most of the time.
The second answer is rather scientific. There was this doctor named Dr. No who did a research on this topic and finally he died of thinking too much about “Why do we think??” Before dying he wrote the results in a diary. It took months and lots of efforts by the handwriting experts to understand and recreate the results. It said that there becomes some chemical imbalance in our brain which evokes the neurons creating impulses which picks up random words we know and generates a random sentence. This sentence then becomes thought. It was quiet clear that Dr. No was deeply researching and had lost his mind. Continue reading →
How many times?? How many times you have asked this question?? I have many times. This was another day when I asked the above question. I travel by bus as you know if you are regular reader. A tiresome day and luckily I got a seat to sit (I misspelled it at first). Earphones plugged into my ears and I was away from this world. Listening to my favorites track for some minutes. Just then I saw this guy.
He started looking at me. I have strange habit. I challenge anyone and keep looking into his\her eyes till he\she turns other way. “Look into the eyes” is one of the most effective method to build up your confidence and also to judge how good the other person is. So I kept looking into his eyes. Just in moments the question arised. I thought I know him. Still looking at him and he was looking at me. Continue reading →
Truth. It’s bitter. Well almost most of the times. We stay away from truth as it always lead to pain. I was watching a Marathi drama “Yada-Kadachit”. It was a fun filled drama and contained the PJ’s which somehow made me laugh. The presentation was good and so was the idea. The characters from Ramayana and Mahabharata were mixed and the story emerged. But what strike me was the ending. It created many questions in my mind. Although I think nonsense but some sensible thoughts do come. You’ve to believe miracles do happen.
The ending raised a question. We all know that whatever may happen, In the end truth always wins. Now why does the truth wins always in the end?? This question was asked.
“In the end Truth always wins”
And the same sentence I’ve heard in many films, read in newspapers, blogs but the question never raised in my mind. It can be understood though such sensible things have no place in my mind. Have you ever been strike by this question?? I’ve never heard of any comments regarding this. Why truth never wins from start?? Why it has to wait till the end?? And bear all the pain only to see that there is little left for happiness. Continue reading →