Monday, April 27, 2009

Who am I ?

It is not the Jackie Chan movie i am talking about. One of the best things about being unemployed is, you got time at your disposal. Obviously an idle mind is a devil's workshop. I am not quite sure what instigated such a profuse thought on life. The uncertainty and insecurity of my life could have been the driving force. The introspection exercise added to the woes of my already distraught mind. I ended up with more questions than answers.

A foreword to the readers:

I am not a person who has lost interest in life. I have only documented some thoughts which seemed rational to me. Your point of view maybe antagonistic, I have no intention of reorienting your thoughts.

Who Am I?.

I know the logical answer to this query. I seek a spiritual answer; An answer that can convince me, instead of perplexing me further.
The seat of my thought lies in an unknown domain. A domain where no human research can trespass. Is it the key to unraveling the mystery shrouding each and everyone of us?. I can convincingly say that I am also part of the energy cycle. A store house of energy obtained from various sources of energy. What adds to my confusion at this juncture is the law of physics which says, Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed, it can only be recycled. What would happen to the immense amount of energy within me when I die ?. I found no answer. A scientific research into this aspect may answer it.

The next imposing thought was on the lines of the purpose of my life. Why does mother nature need me or for that matter anyone of us?. This has been the most baffling question. Even many days of introspection didn't seem to clear the air. A glitch in the thought process could have resulted in this. I seek an answer from you.

Forget the imbroglio, lot of things came through. If the concept of recycling of energy is inapplicable to humans, it means we have only one life (keeping in view the concept of rebirth). In this single life, you should do what pleases your mind the most ,subject to laws of the society. Violation of the social order can lead to a not so rosy 'life'. The point I wish to convey here is, you should bear this in my mind while making consolidated decisions on your life, like career, marriage, buying a house etc.
What is the need for a career, marriage etc needs to be deliberated though.

I think I have confused you enough for now. Take a break now. Come again later to read more scintillating articles.