Saturday, July 26, 2008

The Mere Existential Things...

Life sometimes surprises me big time: things which you would never expect happen and then leave a trace somewhere in some corner. But may be that's just a trace, may be it does not have any significance in the future, whatsoever.

Trying to come to terms with this seemingly true fact. Not quite up for it though. Because I think, whatever happens in life, has a meaning, be it for the better or the worse. May be sometimes, it doesn't. Certain things are just there, they just exist, without any significance at that point of time, or later.

Am I right? Can these traces be of any use later? Are they good enough at least to impart some experience or lesson or little bit of learning? Or are they just merely existential?


2 comments:

Alok said...

I believe nothing in this life merely exists. All of them come to life with a meaning and it’s always a meaning less searching until we find the meaning to it, nevertheless they prefer to remain silent. And only if we can able to give a meaning to it then we can understand the usefulness attached with …

Munmun said...

@ Alok
I guess you are right: even if, for the time being something might seem meaningless or existential, I am sure in the long run we realize its significance. Even if something wasn't the best of what we expected to happen, may be ten years down the line, we would just say "Life moves on"...