Didn’t know what to write for a long time. But, I kept listening to a song again and again..
Archives for July 2009
Conventional wisdom dictates that if are not fortunate enough to find what we love, then we should love what we have/find. Somehow, this was never convincing to me. Interestingly, I found this below article in wikipedia, which confirms that you either love something or you dont. There’s no trying to find pleasure in things you dont like nor can you go out and say I’ll find happiness and pleasure in whatever you are doing.. Happiness/pleasure are a byproduct when you do somehting you love:
Thinking about what syam said about old age homes… manasulo baadha.. ayyo why is this generation leaving their parents and grandparents there ani?.. inko pakka, guilt… am I not going to do that ani… (isn’t it an option my whole generation is considering?)..
Why is this phenomenon? Because parents didn’t love their kids or because kids don’t love their parents? Or is it because of the changing times and culture? (this needs lot of thought to comment on, so I’ll write about that later) Or is it mainly lack of forgiveness on each other’s part? (forgiveness is a gift I’m yet to receive)
As Mother Teresa said, “being unwanted/ unloved” is the worst disease ever faced by mankind. How do you fight it then? The only way is to forgive eachother.. anduke emo, Jesus last words kuda “ forgive them lord for they know not what they do”… isn’t it strange? … how do people forgive each other? Probably when they love each other so much that, they want to overlook the hurt caused by the other person.. but how do you forgive a person who hasn’t loved you, and whom you don’t love?
Hope I can (find forgiveness to) forgive people who have wronged me before it’s too late… or atleast forgive myself (for not forgiving others who wronged me) before I die…