Thursday, June 19, 2008

The way you are

Do you believe in Karma? That whatever that is meant to happen will ultimately happen how much ever you try and make it go your way? What if you were meant to think that way in the first place? That is written for you to feel that way. You think that by making those choices and behaving in a certain way you are trying to change your fate. But those thoughts and the sequence leading to those thoughts was the way you were meant to think. That doesn't mean you sit back and take life as it comes. But even by doing everything that you are, and by living the kind of life you have is going to take a certain path irrespective of your decisions. Yes. Another debatable topic because we don't have an inkling about the external forces in this world. Are there even any external forces? I don't know and neither do you. But what about that gut feeling? That little voice that pipes up when you are going to do make a decision.Even if it is as small as is it going to be a Tiramisu or the Raspberry cheesecake? Do you just ignore it and still have that slight feeling of 'what if' or would you go by what it tells you?
I don't claim to be one of those sad women types who have to take on all the troubles of the family and world in general, but when do you start thinking for yourself? When is it what YOU want and not what your family, friends and even society wants out of you? I don't mean to even imply that it is easy for men, but how do you deal with expectation? How do you deal with the wants of you to be a good daughter, cousin, aunt, mother, friend and even a good neighbor and a part of good 'society'? Do you just do what you know that they think is right? Or do you do what your gut feeling tells you? And you know that by saying 'you have to strike a balance' is easier said that done and both the points of view and opinions are completely opposite.

Or do you want and need some just-be time?


Gayathri said...

Now I understand why u want to go to Egypt :P

Brat said...

If you aren't getting where you want to, there are 2 ways to look at it. There's the karma perspective, which you have mentioned in this post, and then there's the "temporary delay" perspective, where you look at the situation as nothing but a detour, with the destination being the same, and only the timeline being affected. But at the end of the day, I strongly believe that people should do exactly what they wanna do, irrespective of what society/family/friends/whoever/whatever wants them to do! :-)

Macadamia The Nut said...

Whoever you are... I love you! Totally!

Because you understand.

Ne said...

@brat - well, sometimes doing whatever you want is what puts you in such situations. :-|

@macademia - :-)