Sunday, November 20, 2005

Blog Personality...

Your Blogging Type is Pensive and Philosophical

You blog like no one else is reading...
You tend to use your blog to explore ideas - often in long winded prose.
Easy going and flexible, you tend to befriend other bloggers easily.
But if they disagree with once too much, you'll pull them from your blogroll!
Right, so that is what they think after asking 4 questions. Not bad, but definitely can't be very accurate because of that.

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Time takes time...

Back again to the time idea, it's just another thought more like the initial thought, but it derived me into another one last time. The thought is: "time takes time"... We have many examples that surround us to assist in understanding this concept. Such as the miracle of pregnancy. Normally, it would take 9 months for a baby to be born. It's not just a number, its as simple as that is the required amount of time for the baby to totally develop and be prepared for the external world.

Time takes time... when we cook, it takes time to prepare the ingrediants, cut them, clean them and then start cooking them for a known amount of time, until it is ready to be served.

There could be many reasons of why, different things take different amount of time to be ready or done. But the main idea that I can conclude out of this is to appreciate these different things. To get the time to understand and grasp their importance or value in our lifes. If it took a baby only 3 months to see the light, would be appreciate this miracle less? Perhaps. If we can run in the speed of sound or fly, would we appreciate the inventions of cars and planes less? Perhaps.

Another thought is patience, with time we learn patience. And with patience we gain control of our surroundings, cause we can see them more clearily rather then always rushing into anything and everything.

The Stand After Each Fall

Through out our life, we come across many paths that we struggle to pass. We try to learn from each of those. Try to gain experience, weither conciously or unconciously. Sometimes we fall; at such times different people have different reactions on how to deal with such situations. Some fall in a pond of misery, some get determined to revenge back and some try to understand what happened and how to not let it happen again. Am sure there are other types of people, but that short list could suffice for now.

The concept am thinking of here is the "Stand after the fall", one of the main reaons that can assist us to stand each time is our very own "Survival Instinct". Despite of the other different reasons; such as will power, determination...etc.

To survive, we fight. Mentally, physically and even emotionally. We might fight with ourselves, other people and also perhaps with an imaginary enemy. We stand after each fall; to take another step forward, but it could also be backwards. Thats' determined by how we precieved our fall and to what extend we let it disturb our instinct.