Monday, February 20, 2006

Living a semi-chramed kind of life...

I haven't had much time to think about the entire world lately, but I snuck-in a thought or two...

I have come to realise that we all live in a kind of semi-charmed kind of life. We believe in what we like to believe in.

Carpe diem, live for the day, and not think of the past. Look ahead, and live for the future.

Sometimes, as people of today, we have not much hindsight, and therefore have also less foresight.

Sometimes, we forget to realise that traditions are there for a reason. And that traditions are kept because they are good and practical. Of course, there are some silly traditions here and there which are bad for the future, but it doesn't mean that because of this bad batch, we disregard the whole package.

We keep certain traditions because they are the product of years upon years of trial and error. It must be good and practical for it to have survived until this very day. If you disregard them, then you are just asking for yourself to experience the entire package of trial and error all over again. So the question is, why disregard a way that works in order that we may spend more time and effort in finding that it actually works?

I am caught up in this because I have been met with a rather intruiging problem.

I'm getting emotional right now... (Never thought you'd hear that from me eh?)

End of post... Abruptly...


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