A complicated thought

Thoughts come and go as they want, their existence is enviable. Master of their own and slave of none; they can take you far from now, they can take you to a place you’re long dead. They can take you back, down on the memory lane even. There’s hardly anything that’s as free as thoughts, enviable, very enviable!

They lead you ahead into dreams, bring you back through determination and take you behind into memories, both sweet and sour…

Surprising! a single thing that becomes the carriage, from here to just anywhere.

While going through some random pictures I downloaded, a thought struck me.
The nearest puddle is all that we see :)

I was trying to figure out whatever meaning can be interpreted from that picture;

A girl barefooted, feeling the rain on her fingers, in a puddle in the middle of the road. It made me think, is n’t that so with every human alive? We drift closer to anything that makes us happy, knowingly or unknowingly. We don’t care we are prepared or not, we don’t care what it takes, we just subconsciously draw closer and closer, never even realising we are walking through some heart-led path, towards some peace, which we were waiting for, may be. And then, if the peace lets us in, we get engulfed, but if does n’t, we stand there, looking subconsciously for another happiness, another bliss, another miracle. And this cycle of life continues, and t
he search goes on, forever. I think this is what makes us more human, this search for something more, the urge to fulfil the loss, the desire to cover the slightest pores…

Some people may call others selfish when they see us moving towards a change most called for, but is it selfishness that makes us head for something that appears so perfectly in synch with our within, that it’s melody can be mistaken as the echo of our own heart beat!

This thought rightly befits the dialogue by Kate Winslet in a movie I watched that day:-

“Its not the selfishness, it’s the hunger, the hunger for an alternative and the refusal to accept a life of unhappiness.”

(after a long time)


7 responses to this post.

  1. complex enough to raise thousands of question in ur mind, and “Its not the selfishness, it’s the hunger, the hunger for an alternative and the refusal to accept a life of unhappiness.” is perfect summary. But there is a little line which keeps these two things apart. When we talk about selfishness , what exactly is selfishness?.It is finding happiness from within, giving yourself priority over other’s , here we are doing the same thing, searching for alternate , refusal to accept unhappiness but at what cost ? . This gives us a lable of selfish, when we give ourself priority at any cost. Else everybody is doing the same thing, searching for happiness in his or her own way. Whatever we do, we do it for ourselves. If we are sacrificing our lives for our family we are doing it for us , because for us our family is at top priority, helping them will give us more happiness, than the things we skipped for our parents.


  2. Nice thoughts


  3. Posted by Ajaytao2010 on June 23, 2013 at 9:23 pm

    very nice dear


  4. Posted by Trisha Dey on May 18, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    Very well written! That’s how we humans are! Ever in search of that eternal happiness of our heart no matter what it takes!


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