Thursday, November 26, 2009

Beginning of the End

Why would I choose this title? At the moment I believe that if I begin contemplating in this direction I know I would reach the end. Sounds trite!

I, like many other people in my age group, find myself in a state of wasteful youth. Doing what everyone else is doing. Always choosing to flow with the river. My mind wants to revolt some times but then revolution is not easy when you are living easy. Revolution is always born out of sheer pain. The impetus required for a revolution is not found yet. But my gut says it won’t be far ahead in time when this impetus is met and the need for a revolution embarks on.

Human mind is juvenile. Believing in god/karma/etc when scared or when in pain and not believing when in joy. The reason for that is simple no human being is sure of the existence of an almighty. Everyday I want to give myself 100 reasons why I should believe in god and I do that. It is not that those reasons are not strong enough; I would say most of them prove the existence of god by rejecting the reverse hypothesis, but then the problem with human mind is that it can’t stop thinking. It would come with another 100 reasons to not believe in god.


Modern-day Philosopher said...

you seem to share, with a lot of other people, certain problems with the kind of mundane, mechanical, unimaginative existence we are all expected, indeed required, to pursue... if you are inclined toward academically based, lucid and reasoned arguments by persons seeking a better understanding of "it all", may i direct you to the works such as those by Chomsky for understanding political obligation and operation, Foucault for an insight into society and how it acts on us, and Nietzsche for a philosophical investigation into what it's all about... and the Bobs (Dylan and Marley) for musical accompaniment (i'm assuming, of course, from your blog that you are not averse to reading)... mind you, though that it may get too "heavy" after a while... and of course, this is just a starting point, and you may proceed as you wish... I would recommend a visit to and its subsequent links for some fascinating Chomsky... and also, do feel free, as an alternate course of action, to ignore my "sermon-ious" intervention :)... cheers

Kellasaur!™ said...

I do that all the time!
When in pain I believe in God..but when happy I don't
Why is that?
I'm sure a lot of people so that but don't admit it!

preciousbabysite said...

I find that when it comes to life it is up to the person .
I do belief there is someone greater than ourself.
To guide and be our mentor ..whatever the name you choose.

But it is difficult to define.
But I do belief that there always was a strong power..a creator..

Jackie Savi-Cannon

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MJG said...

I am who AM (if you want the truth, then seek it)




Anonymous said...

Really interesting post. I like it.