It’s easier and more secure to stay broken the way we are than to choose a completely new path throwing new set of problems & challenges at us.
There is no denying that unlimited access to infinite information has dramatically reframed the length & breadth of prism through which we tend to see the world.
Imagine an athlete who is running 100-meter race decides to compete for 400 meters after completion of his original race.
As the Year comes to Conclusion It’s time to make a fresh set of resolutions Another opportunity to find some working solution It’s time to refresh hopes and aspiration The concept of time is nothing but mere illusion Sometimes you may be lucky to find few plausible solution But it’s difficult to keep your optics free from delusion At times, quite confusing to come up with definite conclusion Take some effort to dig a little deep to scratch the surface of confusion Since your future lies on your own decision About time your mind & soul gets the right direction It takes a lot of faith to persist with your vision Since we are sum total of circumstantial & genetic evolution So take some patience to see the both sides of every equation Once you stop wasting your time suffering from delusion You might stop living solely for outcomes that
The sight of a pigeon normally excites everyone, but if I had to tell you, the creature was sighted inside an aircraft cabin while making an early morning landing, then I guess it does qualify as a rare event extracting childlike enthusiasm from each of us.
What makes you think what you think is always right, What makes you aspire everything that is all bright, What makes you believe everything within the purview of your sight, What makes you cherish things that aren’t going to be a forever delight.
Easterlin paradox: Once our basic needs have been met, incremental financial gain contributes almost nothing to happiness.
We don’t always know the “whys” behind our own behaviour, yet there is so much certainty in the way we pretend to know everything.
There is no denying the fact that quite a significant proportion of humanity chose to dedicate more thought in one evening to deliberating which restaurant or movie they should go to than they do in their entire lifetime to deliberating what’s the purpose of life?
Sisyphus (as in The Myth of Sisyphus) was condemned by the gods to push a huge rock uphill, but whenever he managed to reach the top of the mountain, the rock would roll back down and he would have to start his labors all over again.
Like our physical shape which is nothing but an accumulation of what we’ve been eating for all these years, our mind is an accumulation of all sorts of informations and opinions broadcasted from every possible external sources.
Living according to your true self means seeing yourself for who you really are and includes approaching yourself, your true emotions and needs, from a loving, caring, nurturing perspective that is consistent with your identity and narratives.
When the mind is not busy dealing with the present, it tends to focus on the future, working on goals and simulating different solutions.