Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Rightly Wrong

I am not the first to feel that I am the right person in the wrong place. I am sure many more feel the same way. The diversity of life always fascinates me and that is one of the reasons why I always make an attempt to feel it more closely. Sometimes the experience is unexpectedly good but most of the time it is average. When I say average I actually try to mean it is like a mixed bag. But whether you like it or not, the experience remains.

I do not see any wrong in walking those extra miles to cross the borders to experience the new. But I move on to the back foot when the new refuses to accept me. It is a little bizarre when I see my need but feel the resistance at the same time. And that’s when I actually start believing I am in the wrong place albeit I am the need of the hour.

So what do I do then? Do I retreat? Do I compromise? Or do I revolt? Well, the answer is not so easy. As long as my experience goes, every human action will not have an equal and opposite reaction. Human experiences cannot be considered as simple or complex mathematical calculations with a static numerator and denominator. Depending on the strength of the experience, how intensely it affects your emotions, you can actually take a decision. But once the decision is taken it is done. Never look back otherwise you may find reasons to regret.

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