Friday, September 15, 2006

Being Carefree

One alwyas crib about the stage of life he/she is in.. Its very rare, that you don feel like you were doing better yesterday/ hope of doing better tommorow. Living in the past, dreaming about the future. Why is it so hard to appreciate the present, and live it there. I started writting this blog as a means to explain the comments left by abishek in my previous blog, but now i am way off topic.
Anyways introspection, i feel is important for anybody to lead a good life. Yes, we were all brought up ina way where we were taught to perform good deeds, and be truthful and correct. But, seldom one realizes the mistakes we do in everyday life, from not obeying a traffic sign to bribing the cop, to a ticket we puyrchase off the counter..Are these all the correct things.... these are petty issues, but there are bigger things in life which definetely calls for introspection..It can only make you grow into a better person.

6 comments:

beyondstars said...

I agree with u!

P.S:whaddddduuppp? ;)

Sriram said...

Look who's blogging too!

"these are petty issues, but there are bigger things in life which definetely calls for introspection." - its all relative mate. Plus, pardon me for saying this, but you seem to be stating the bleeding obvious. Welcome to the desert of the blog-world.

Arun said...

yes, as I said they ar e the smallest of mistakes, and yeah, the more obvious it is, the more we tend to forget.

Sriram said...

"yes, as I said they ar e the smallest of mistakes, and yeah, the more obvious it is, the more we tend to forget."

Wha???? dude, did you read my comment at all? I said its relative. What might seem important to you might seem least important to me. I don't quite get what your reply was meant to be. if it wasn't meant for me, apologies.

Arun said...

illa daa.. all i said was, as you said it is the bleeding obvious, I was just giving my stamp on it ...:) and yweah, thanks for the invitaion to this blogosphere

Sriram said...

Oh! Heh. anytime mate. enjoy the experience ;)