Mutterings: A Life of Adventure or a Life of Inertia

Posted: May 30, 2013 in Scribble
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Life can be an utterly boring experience if you don’t have anything you are passionate about.

It’s just one long tedious journey of routines and rituals you familiarize yourself with because you are caught in a fabricated system; a web of misinformation about yourself and the world you live in.  Your beliefs are based on cultural inheritance and traditional acceptance of how things should be. But you still feel unfulfilled and undernourished, dissatisfied and frustrated with yourself and with the world. Why is that?

If you look in the mirror and see a status conscious being who has conformed to the world’s standards you may find yourself angry and bitter. While hundreds of questions run around your head you get this empty feeling in the pit of your stomach, not knowing what is missing that is making you so miserable. You may have accumulated your wealth, you may have found someone to love, you may have what you’ve always wanted in life but you can’t get rid of that awful revolting feeling of abandonment.

If you’ve nothing to fight for all your life you may find yourself spiritless in a world brimming with adventures. While some take to the extremes to make their lives worth living others ebb with the constant tide of unchanged to keep themselves from floating off into the unknown. People who consummate with their creative powers are the ones who find more fulfillments in their lives than most. You can be anyone, living anywhere and doing anything. As long as your heart is in it, you will find it: your one true love that will carry you through unpredictable storms and disappointing conditions.

All you’ve got to do is to trust yourself to know what it is that you want. What it is that will make you wake up with enthusiasm, stay with conviction and pursue with devotion. Something that you want so bad you would die for it. At least that’s a better way to go rather than lying in a bed of self-pity, misery and remorse.

So, while you still have a chance to make decisions at a time like now, it is best you do it when life hasn’t left you and death hasn’t come for you.

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