Monday, January 23, 2012


There could be hundreds of events to reminisce, where you were in a state to testify your patience. By testifying I don’t literally mean that you were aware of the incident, rather, it was a moment where you had to show your real self. My friends, do you know when the reality of a person can be brought to light? It’s when the subject is in rage, is lashed out because that’s the moment we realize the true character of the individual.
Don’t take me wrong when I say can be brought to light. I firmly believe that no one has the authority to judge. But, I say, JUDGE, TO WHAT IS RIGHT. That is my interpretation. If you sit all your life thinking whether to judge or let go, you will then be unsound in life. Sometimes decision in life are just to be made because after living that decision you realize if it was worth making that choice.
My post is related to these paragraphs. I have had good and bad experiences in life. Everyone does. What improves you from these events is to take the best possible tragedies and count them as your experience good or bad that’s up to you.
Someone once told me: no matter what transgression come your way, stand and face; if you find the environment negative, fine, but force yourself (because you are capable) to grasp 1 positive outcome from that dead, absurd event and keep it. You will be sad for some while; however, upon recalling memories you will notice how graciously I believed in that 1 positive outcome trick and it really worked out. So you see how intriguing patience can be. I’m sure there are situations where forcibly we have to be patient – take your job for instance.

I term forgiveness a calamity for the ruthless. Not everyone receives this grace of forgiving, it is not easy for a normal person to forgive. I myself have learned this mystery over the past decade. It was not easy for me either to just let go of the bitter hate casted against someone. But I realized keeping myself that way was changing me, change which was apparent and expeditious. I noticed in what beast I was transforming myself into. Being small when I watched SPIDERMAN cartoon I always wanted to portray a personality similar. He was my all-time favorite – an inspiration. And seeing myself drifting away from this goodness was changing me into something I didn’t want to. Anger, hate, competition led me to destruction even pride submerged my character. It was as if I was decapitated. People talk about self-control those who walk around wearing a mascot of intellectuality – I have a question for them. What happens if you find yourself into a mess that you created? You display to be an intellect right! What happens when you are at the peak of your career but still find remorse, regret in life. Situations arise where you lose that self-control. You want to show yourself all good to everyone but later show your colors especially that red color which represents hate, anger anxiety, rudeness and all of that falsifying agreement you present.

People talk about self-control these are all modern behaviour which our society has introduced they are so behavioral that the society who inaugurated this charism does not follow itself. My point is don’t be caught up in this society which destroys you instead be a different voice. Be yourself, live as you are without human boundaries and you will see the freedom; our thoughts and creativity depletes if we follow set rules. What makes you unique is to follow yourself and you will be someone.  

Quotes by Christopher McCandless:
[If we admit that human life can be ruled by reason, then all possibility of life is destroyed]
[The core of mans' spirit comes from new experiences]

And here is the masterpiece:
[You are wrong if you think that the joy of life comes principally from the joy of human relationships. God's place is all around us, it is in everything and in anything we can experience. People just need to change the way they look at things]