Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Ah, well...

Life goes on.

Life seriously does go on whether you like it or not. Inevitably, there are only 2 things that Man cannot change. First is the (in)ability to manipulate time. The second is Woman.

*ok... ok... the Lame'O'Metre is peaking...*


There are only 2 things that man cannot control in this small world. The first is Woman. The other is Time.

Let's not talk about the former, for it is a waste of the latter.

For centuries, well, eons, Man has been bound by time. The passing of seasons will happen regardless of what man does. No matter how hard you may try to stop time, it will still pass you by. Well, like it or not, time catches up with you whatever you try to do. However much you try to make time, the clock will still continue to tick no matter what.

A lot of things, only time will tell... Only in time, we will know... Only time will heal... Only time can heal wounds... Only time to forgive... and forget... Only time can restore... Only time...

Man's futile resistance towards time is just that; Futile at the very end.

Time is indeed something special... I only wonder why there are so many people who worship so many things, but no one worships time...

I mean, time is the ultimate factor that man cannot change.

Scienteists in all thier wondrous intelligence, could only think up a theory that 'may' manipulate time. Up until today, after so many technological advancements, the common man is still struggling to cope with the supposed 4th Dimension, that's COPE.. not MANIPULATE. It seems that it indeed is something that has a will of its own.

Even the genius of the entire world's scientists cannot control time. All we are able to do is to formulate a theory based on the physical possibilities that we can transcend time and space 'if' we can fulfill a few impossible things that are against the law of physics and logic.

Such a theory has now been pushed back into the classrooms as a theoratical nuance that everyone knows about, but very few understand. (Maybe there are scientists working in some secret lab somewhere building a time machine... but then.. what do we common people know...)

Let's face it. The common man on the street has given up on trying to control time a long long while ago.

Not because we don't want to control time, but because we simply can't!

Well, God gave us freewill, and we are as free as we want to be.

So time, the 4th Dimension, cannot be controlled, it cannot be understood, it can only be felt.

And how it catches up with us.

sigh...

But the solace is, that in the end, it means nothing if we never made any impact on our 'time'.

4 Comments:

Anonymous windchaser said...

hi...nice blog...nice guy too...where's your hometown?

August 22, 2006 11:09 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

on similar account,
why bother running after time while not noticing the values of our moments passing by?

yea, freewill as it maybe.
but there's no escape from one fact, that everyone are given 24 hours a day.

I know i spend alot of time worrying over something which i have no control over. *slaps my forehead*

tsk-tsk-tsk...
Yvonne

August 23, 2006 12:45 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh-oh-oh....
another thing.

eric share this once with me and i shall never forget it..

"When a guy look disturbed, there's only 2 things that could be bothering him. Women. And power."

whats so troublesome about us leh?
the battle of the sexist never cease to end,eh? *roll my eyes*

Yvonne

August 23, 2006 12:51 am  
Blogger SaDdNesZ.jc said...

Wind: Hometown is where my home is... which is where my family is... which is wherever I go...

Von: Women... Men just can't get their minds off them simply because we can never understand them... It's not sexist... it's confusion... And as men are very inquisitive creatures, we are always on the lookout to understand more things... thus, Women... confusing... equates to 'troublesome'... It's a case of can't live with 'em... can't live without 'em...

August 23, 2006 10:19 am  

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