Thursday, January 8, 2009

One's own life


I have started thinking a lot about life and how people live it.Why do i sit and think about all these when others around me just keep going with their works?just because I don't have any other work or they don't have time to think about this?well,both more or less mean the same.Unlike people of previous generation who lived in joined families we live in nuclear families.They had better options to learn life from real time examples as they grew up watching different characters within their own house.But our way of learning and living life has been different.We rely on books and media to learn what it is.But very often the realms of those sources are not reality but fantasy.So eventually when we plunge into life we find it totally contradictory to the ideas we had about it.
I have heard ,read a lot about life like,"life is short,yet sweet","afterall its your own life and you have to live it in your own way". But i find and believe that,most people don't define their life.instead life defines them. I have no idea about people who have riches to write their own scripts but am talking about people who dream about everything but not about taking risk or could not afford to do it.Most of them live their life only in the time their job grants them.Is this the way to live life or is this the life all about?am I complaining unnecessarily?Then why do we have passions ,principles,so and so.Are they useless?Are we not entitled to have them or are we entitled to have them tightly locked in the dark rooms of heart with a vow to never let them out?The questions continue.Its not a question about freedom of living.because its said that in our country everybody has right to live. But its the question about the eligibility and prelims we need to pass before enjoying that freedom.And I feel for most people, life runs out before they pass those eligibilities and prelims.So what, they are entitled to live a free retired life.

1 comment:

Selva said...

Mite be since u r idle u r thinking like dat ...but everyone sud spend atleast few minutes in a week .....pause their motion and think wats really happening in their life ....."Am i going towards my goal , am i passionate abt wat im doing , do i really njoy wat i do". This thought actually recharges ur battery to run continuously for the coming week and put in rite track.

Izzit some people have inherited the riches to write their own scripts...? No ,they make themself rich enuf to write their own scripts. They are the winners who think differently.

This is sort of middle class thought who never take a risk n always whine for wat they have....coz the upper class always have the comfort for taking up their passion...n neednot worry abt the daily survival....n same way does the lower class who never afraids to take risk...coz he leads the daily life with lots of uncertainities.n hes always prepared for anything and everything in his life....he doesnt have anything to lose....so he also lives to his passions....taking lots of risks for his passion...

But the poor middle class has something which he always tries to save.....n half of his life goes earning dat and the remaining goes in saving dat....so where is the guts and time for taking risks to take up his passions....??????

We are still not one of the developed nations.....wherein you have people who knows hw to spend the earned money rather saving them.....they go to work to create a space for their passions rather for money.....they dont have a definite career path...if they get bored they try something which they are passionate abt....they always strike a balance between the work n vacation....they earn for going on vacation or to take up their passion....

We are still developing nation earning n saving....its a middle class nation...dats y we follow the ES principle(earn,save)....always afraid of uncertainities which we are not sure of existence in one's life....

But still we sudnt forget the winners who does things differently .....who went for RP principle(risk,passion) putting aside the ES principle....n lets have them as role models by reading gud books n media....instead of searching in our nuclear families who still follow the ES principle...be a 2020 kid think differently....