Last few days have not been very good for me, and have forced me to do some real thinking.... Life has not exactly been sweet to me, but hey it's not always fine and dandy.... You do have your ups and downs, and you should take them in your stride... I was speaking about this to my friend Aniket a few days ago, and I happened to mention "When the going gets tough, the tough get going." To which he gave me a really broad grin, and said "When the going gets tough, Gup-Chup baith jaane ka. which means Sit down quietly and try to maintain a really low profile.
This came across to me as a really practical piece of advice.
It's just that things have been so fucking screwey around here... I was going to write a lot, but Sandy called, and I had a nice chat with him... Calmed me down a bit... I was just soooo.. pissed with the sickness filled in people around me, and the hypocricy therein that I was so fucking pissed just to think of it... Like right from SOPs(Statement of Purpose) to shopkeepers, you have hypocricy and corruption, and we as common people just crib about it and fail to do anything about it. In fact, we even give fuel to it most of the time, knowing that we are doing the wrong thing. That just so pisses me off.
People should be more God fearing. Why do people visit temples? To ask forgiveness for any sins they may have unknowingly committed. However, in recent times, people think that visiting temples is like applying white paint over a tainted wall.. which is so fucking wrong. They will commit sins on purpose, and hurt people, and then visit temples, thinking that God is going to tear out the previous chapters of their lives. They are just fucking lying to themselves.
I say... Why not sin in the first place, so that you don't need to visit the temple. Don't do wrong, and you won't have to ask forgiveness. Only if more people could understand what I'm saying, the world would be a much better place to live in. I think we have over-complicated things... far too much for our liking, and it is hitting us hard now. I'll try to stick to the basics, and keep it simple... as simple as possible, but no simpler.