Friday, April 21

Fools rush in

Experiences in life make us be judgemental with people we'v known or even hardly know. And all of a sudden, you attribute accolade and medals from what seemingly is at the facade. You hold them in real high esteem and even adore their character.

Then there comes a day when all of a sudden you find this person also has all those characteristics you consider the most despicable of a human (in your own terms). The person turns out to be the most inane you'v met, for the person is far from perfect. Worse yet he makes you act inane as well #-o.

And finally you begin to accept things as they are and move on with a smile. Making your own journey, rules and life. Thinking had things been your way, things would be far more perfect and better than otherwise. An average persons human mind never seems to reach equillibrium, unless you are enlightened ;).

Reminds me of the dialog from The Matrix:

The Oracle: "He doesn't understand them, he can't. To him, they are variables in an equation. Each one must be solved and counted. That's his purpose. To balance the equation."
Neo: "And yours?"
The Oracle: "To unbalance it."

This is not just limited to people, or is it?

4 Comments:

At Sunday, April 23, 2006 8:56:00 PM, Blogger Keshi said...

Nice dialog there...

Well I dun like trying to balance equations all the time...I just let equations build on it's own but never worry abt solving them to perfection...they will do that by themselves or not all...doesnt bother me.

Keshi.

 
At Tuesday, April 25, 2006 12:15:00 PM, Blogger SamY said...

@keshi: u def dun qualify to be like the oracle :)) ... btw how did Prof.Keshi (Bsc Hon, Msc, PhD) :D fair in math then?

food never cook by self ... if u dun ... then ur mom does ... or someone else ... so is it with equations ... ain't it

 
At Tuesday, April 25, 2006 9:45:00 PM, Blogger Keshi said...

**btw how did Prof.Keshi (Bsc Hon, Msc, PhD) :D fair in math then?

lol I did pretty good in Math in school :):) I was always the highest in Pure and Applied and did Maths for my HSC too...hehehe...

anyways thats besides the point...cos I realised that Math does not apply in life...cos in life if u think n terms of equations, u r bound to get stressed out and pretty disappointed.

Keshi.

 
At Wednesday, April 26, 2006 8:30:00 PM, Blogger SamY said...

**lol I did pretty good in Math in school :):) I was always the highest

I didnt know u were a nerd ... highest ... yeah I dreamt about it ;)

** cos in life if u think n terms of equations, u r bound to get stressed out and pretty disappointed

technically humans r also governed by math ... just that its given a eerie name - neural networks :)

n yes I agree on that its better not to reduce everything to equations ... but what I gave was just an analogy ... guess its something else when it comes to ppl ... sociology maybe

 

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