As I go about doing all that I need to do, a thought hums constantly in the background. Why, when human life is so insignificant, do we cling to it so tenaciously?
I look at every common man I see on the street and everyone famous too- it's the same story. Each of us holds on tightly to this rope called life as it goes around like a merry-go-round, taking us nowhere. Why do we cling to it, trying to maximize what it gives us, when the most it can give us is still so little and insignificant. No one comes out a winner, no one a loser, and when one is gone, no one is really missed- the empty place is filled instantly by others, fighting to get on the same fruitless ride.
As I go about doing all that I need to do, a thought hums constantly in the background. Why, when human life is so insignificant, do we cling to it so passionately?
I ask myself the same thing. Over and over. Again and again.ReplyDelete
What is purpose? What is sense of direction? I want answers for those too...
Sometimes I feel I know the answer. Or perhaps not...maybe those are just the times I don't seek.Delete
G, you and me are the soul sisters.
I guess this is something on every thinking person's mind... and of the thousand ways to look at it - 2 make most sense to me just now. :)ReplyDelete
1. If you havent had life, what have you had..
2. “If you're reading this... Congratulations, you're alive. If that's not something to smile about, then I don't know what is.” ~ Chad Sugg
Every alive person goes asking this question one time or another. Shows u r still alive and kicking. As u ask this u go up a notch towards your ultimate destination whatever it may be.ReplyDelete