Saturday, July 27, 2013

Driftless Scribbles....

" May be in general scheme of things he couldn't find any meaning in life, but on a smaller scale it was okay. Not always, but a lot of the time....."-Keret

Scribble 1.
Well I am not a reader, a traveler, a thinker, a music lover, a movie buff or a blogger. Even though I do read, travel,  love thinking, love good movies, listen to my own set of music and am blogging now. I hope you understand the subtle difference. As much I love doing them as much I hate being labeled one. The contrasting beauty of verb over the stereotyping nouns and the charm of 'doing' over the 'doer'.....

Scribble 2.
I am pretty sure that my love for anonymity is not taking me places. But then either I love too much crowd or pure solitude. Probably infinity and zero both are equal. Probably life is blissful only in the state of infinity or in a state of zero. And between zero and infinity, zero is my favourite and relatively easier. Aren't we all chasing infinity: infinite wealth, infinite fame, infinite time. We can't attain infinity and hence all the sorrow, its easier to attain zero but hard to convince ourselves to chase it. Probably, Buddha also preached the same....

Scribble 3.
Probably life is symmetric in nature. Like the ubiquitous Gaussian curve. Even if it is not, I desire so. I spent my childhood days (8th year to 18th years) in mountains. I would like to spend my last days (last 18th year to last 8th years) in mountains too. I would buy or set up a bookshop and a small place in the Himalayas. I would sell books to those adolescent and young people and see the beautiful sun setting down the sky. Selling books would be easier; books I really believe in and very much unlike selling bonds, debentures, advertising spaces, credit cards and cars...

I felt

3 comments :

Sanjeev Kumar Dangi said...

I wish the last scribble doesn't merely remains the wish.

Shadma Shaikh said...

Good one vC. I loved the zero and infinity part! I have found myself in the same loop so many times!

Zlaek said...

I love this one! The difference between the restricting sense of being a doer of something and just doing that thing.

About 2, that's exactly how it works for me too, either this or that - I haven't desired or found a balance. And 0 is always better than too much.

About 3, do that. Soon.