Sunday, June 06, 2010

The collision of Worlds

One of my friends had told me once, about the concept of each one having a  separate world. Each of us has a different world,with us being its center. Our world begins when we are born and ends when we die.
There is constant additions and subtraction to our world. While we are moving around, we meet people,  there is attractions between these moving worlds, some will collide with us sharing or leaving  some traces of his/her world into ours.. this creates a miniature or an image of his world in ours. the image may increase or decrease according to the frequency of influence or the wave strength. ( according to the contact). it just expands the content of our own world.. But when we get married a big collision or a big bang occurs merging of two worlds into one...our world will completely change or we change somebody else world. For those wifes who are not working the engulfing occurs almost fully. they hang on to the husbands world shouldering their own. As for the  husbands  it is only partial sharing . The wifes who are working also get a better potion to themselves.. but still there is always the husbands shadow in almost everything she does... what is this emotional dependence or just love??

When Things Fall Apart

We live in a space which we think or hope, will never fall apart. Only when a Major fissure appear or when our legs get stuck in a crack, does we realize the uncertainty of things around us. Accidents usually drag us into these kinds of thoughts such as' unpredictable nature of human life'. These accidents can be either physical or mental. Flow of time will wash away the residues of thoughts made by the physical accidents especially if they don't  involve us directly. But what about the mental ones? will they fade away? There comes a question about the ability of a mind to cop up with the thoughts or even generation of thoughts after a mental accident.
 First of all mental accidents always involve one directly.  Reason? simple, it can only happen in his mind. secondly the erase-ability of that incident depends on the surface of inscription itself,  in other words what is the point in trying to erase something from a surface when the surface itself is in shatter. The impact of a smaller mental accident just creates permanent wounds in mind. A shifting of space and time may change it a little bit, creating a semi permeable but  seemingly opaque membrane over the wound.but there is a constant threat of a seepage at any time. Things can fall apart any ware any time... be careful...
ALAS! what is the use in being careful...better we can look towards those who had mental a more compassionate empathetic way.