Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Philosophies, Here and There ...

Love is overrated - there is nothing as impossible to get over from, which you once loved. It bleeds. We look back and see, we want to tread back to the crossroads where love left off. But the reverse journey never ends. An echo of past memories persists. But then time heals the wound, somewhere, some manner. We just need to have the eye to rediscover our love all over again. May be in something completely different. May be an inane object. Love of work can be honest, earnest and profound. Love which lingers as long as we breathe.

Keep the minimal attachments, least expectations, but the best of social contacts - this is the unfortunate story of our current world.

Live life every moment; I live in deadlines, short goals towards something bigger, more long-termed.

The biggest war are the challenges we meet everyday. One of them is the battle between your desires and your morals. Principles that we grow up with, faith in ourselves - every sunrise lends us new horizons to prove that faith. Even in the midst of desires, where success or happiness seems so near. But the real spirit of happiness is within ourselves; a belief that we will never demean the swamp of trust we bear in us always.


2 comments:

Alok said...

Well said !!!

There it goes ... ‘I don’t fear tomorrow because I have seen yesterday and I love today’.

Somehow it’s difficult for me to imagine a life without expectation & attachments; because not expecting anything in any form itself is the first step for it. And at the same time somebody dono really need to look for an attachment … how can we forget when we born here, we were already attached with the almighty. What I see is that attachments and expectations are somewhere someway bound with our ever changing life. They give meanings to our existence here but they are not the only meanings that life has discovered so far …

Munmun said...

@ Alok
I get your point: and I agree as you rightly say, "They give meanings to our existence here but they are not the only meanings that life has discovered so far" ...
Attachments have a tipping point; and as long as we are within the tipping point, life is pragmatic. The moment we associate attachments with the central themes in our lives, we know we are in trouble...