Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Random thoughts

Misery can be a potent motivator. The struggle to cope and move beyond mundane realities of life decide the course which attempts to justify futile existence. Lost in melancholy can be profound and insightful at the same time. The resistance is from within, the external being irrelevant.

It is this constant battle with misery which circumvents the truth that precedes life itself. By the factors which determine reality the conflict overpowers factors which are rooted in sublime existence and unrelenting.

Obfuscation of presumed reality with simple truth becomes the sole nodal thought that provides a semblance of existence to morose inconsistencies that govern life.

The channels that separate the 'obvious' from the 'non obvious', 'truth' from 'untruth' are known yet unexplored, infinite and illusory.

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