Posts categorised "Thoughts"

What is wrong is wrong. But then again, who are you to judge? Is morality absolute, or is it—like everything else in this world—relative? If we were in a world where murder was commonplace, would it be “right” to kill someone simply because they aggravate you? Who decides what is right and what isn’t?

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It’s funny how you love so many things, almost everything.
And still end up loving a girl with whom you do not have a single thing in common.
And then you struggle.
On and on, trying to make it work!
There’s the sign, that the human machine needs oiling…
Sometimes, it really is not worth the effort.
The secret lies not in never giving up, but knowing when to.

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I’ve been criticized often for my choice of music, and for a long long time! I’ve never discriminated between music—metal, pop, rnb, rap, rock, jazz, blues, throw anything at me, and I’d probably appreciate it! Some of my favorites are Celtic, Japanese and Finnish songs (not to say English and Hindi…)! I’ve found it simply strange that people discriminate between good and bad songs simply by language…

Most people appreciate music because of the lyrics, and that, when they understand it. True it is a lot simpler to assimilate something when presented in one’s own language, but isn’t that also a sign of close-mindedness? There’s more to a song than simply the lyrics—the subtle blend of harmonics and rhythms, the synchronous notes, the individual pitch and tones of the instruments and the silence…

Everything is music.

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What is it about Valentine’s day, that makes people so crazy to proclaim their love for one another? Isn’t every day as you choose to make it? Or maybe, that’s too philosophical for most people to comprehend…

I, for one, haven’t held much for the V-Day—and how it’s cost me!—but I really do think we should all grow beyond trusting a date to remind how much we love someone… it is just a day after all.

A little less foolishness, and a little more love(!) would do us all some good, don’t you think?

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It’s funny how sometimes, even after putting all you’ve got into doing something, you do not get the results that can qualify your effort as a success. If this gets you down, you’ve indeed failed.

If you keep going, you will eventually realize that the “failure” was very much needed in order to succeed!

Success is simply about how far you go. Even a person who stops when he thinks he has succeeded, has achieved everything he hoped for, is a failure at some level. On the flip side, even the person who gives up after the first try has succeeded to an extent.

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Comparing yourself with someone else, trying to be like another is the shortest and surest route to mediocrity.

Why try evaluating yourself against an inaccurate standard? If you seek to constantly get better, try evaluating your present against your past self. While this may not be the best solution (which is not comparing at all) it at least helps you find the right measuring stick.

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