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“Give me some sunshine,
Give me some rain;
Give me another chance,
I wanna grow up once again.”

This song was on Top 10 lists when the music of “3 Idiots” released; I can guess the reason; because everyone can connect his life with this song. The song is true indeed, yes we all want to become kid all over again. You will agree with me. This is total irony, when we were kids, all of us want to become grown ups and once we grow, we learn that the best time of our life has gone. It is now past and will never return. One day, I was humming this song when my colleague asked me, “Do you really feel this way?”

I was kind a lost for words, no, I was not looking for the answer, indeed it was yes but yet I was unable to answer him because my brain always thinks against feelings from my heart. “Yes, I do feel the same way, but you cannot do anything. Right?” I answered him. “Its just a song and I feel somewhere in my heart that this true but I can’t help it. It is past and it is gone.”

Sometimes I feel if life could really be like an hour-glass where you can re-live every hour. Interesting invention it is, time goes ahead yet it replays itself. I wish I could be the sand in that glass, which enjoys living in the same container it was in an hour ago. Speaking practically, we do live like this, time goes ahead, yet we always think about our past. If I could re-live that instance I will change it and will have a better future. And with these thoughts we screw up are present and in turn our future.

We cannot turn the time, we will land there, where our destiny takes us. I just can’t stop me from connecting this blog post with the movie “The Butterfly Effect”. Especially, when I have watched it. The writers Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber has done justice to The Chaos Theory: “It has been said that something as small as the flutter of butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world.” The movie was about “How a small change in your past can become disastrous to your present and future.” I bet on that if someone has such an ability everyone will turn up to have his past changed and I can definitely say that they will land up in a disaster.

So, let us not think about changing our pasts, let us work towards changing our present and hope for a better tomorrow.

Recycle Time

Give me some sunshine,

Give me some rain;

Give me another chance,

I wanna grow up once again.”

This song was on Top 10 lists when the music of “3 Idiots” released. It has to be because everyone can connect his life with this song. The song is true indeed, yes we all want to be kid all over again. You will agree with me. This is total irony, when we were kids, all of us want to be grown ups and once we grow, we learn that the best time of our life has gone. It is now past and will never return. One day, I was humming this song when my colleague asked me, “Do you really feel this way?”

I was kind a lost for words, no, I was not looking for the answer, indeed it was yes but yet I was unable to answer him because my brain always thinks against feelings from my heart. “Yes, I do feel the same way, but you cannot do anything. Right?” I answered him. “Its just a song and I feel somewhere in my heart that this true but I can’t help it. It is past and it is gone.”

Sometimes I feel if life could really be like an hour glass where you can re-live every hour. Interesting invention it is, time goes ahead yet it replays itself. I wish I could be the sand in that glass, which enjoys living in the same container it was in an hour ago. Speaking practically, we do live like this, time goes ahead, yet we always think about our past. If I could re-live that instance I will change it and will have a better future. And with these thoughts we screw up are present and in turn our future.

We cannot turn the time, we will land there, where we are destined to. I just can’t stop me from connecting this blog post with the movie “The Butterfly Effect”. Especially, when I have watched it. The writers Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber has done justice to The Chaos Theory: “It has been said that something as small as the flutter of butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world.” The movie was about “How a small change in your past can be disastrous to your present and future.” I bet on that if someone has such an ability everyone will turn up to have his past changed and I can definitely say that they will land up in a disaster.

So, let us not think about changing our pasts, let us work towards changing our present and hope for a better tomorrow.

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The T-Bend

I do not know if someone has ever said, “Life is like a Road Journey,” but I totally agree to it. It is indeed a road journey, sometimes it is a smooth ride, you can control the pace of your life. As soon as you think that you have full control of your journey, a hump comes and slows you down forcing you to slower your pace, to take over your control. And when you think you are about to reach your destination, a bend comes and gives you whole new challenges to face. In the end, around all the corners you reach your destination, a fulfilled dream.

But, what about those who do not have any destination, any dream to fulfill? Some will say that they do not have any ambition in their lives. I ask them do they need one? I say, They achieve more than they crave for; they get more opportunities to choose from.

Most of the times, I journeyed without an ambition. The road at every step was a new experience and a new lesson to learn. A right bend came and I turned right and turned left on the left bend. When I journeyed enough smoothly and roughly on the same road, it appeared to me that I am approaching a dead end. But as I drove near to it, I understood that life has laid a couple of opportunities for me. The end which I took for a dead end, on the contrary, was a T-bend (Y-end). The life was asking me which bend to take? If I would have been Robert Frost, I would have taken the road which was less travelled. But I do not know which road I took, but I do took a road. And I moved on, ready to face new challenges, ready to learn new lessons and ready to experience new adventures.

After a long time, I think my life is approaching a T-end and I am still unaware of the opportunities that lay ahead.

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