Thursday, 6 February 2014

You have been ignored for too long.

So, clearly I had misunderstood the quirks of education. It consumes your life. But as an employed friend of mine points out, it always appears that life is greener on the other side whereas it's all the same muck, really. But I stand by my argument that it is indeed lush green on the other side.

The other point of concern apart from education and unemployment is the strange phenomenon of holy matrimony that seems to have hit my friends in a somewhat domino effect format. When I had first started writing for this blog, I was all immature and sixteen. At (soon to be) twenty-four, I am as immature and sixteen minus the sweetness and all that it was supposed to entail. To top it all, being taught feminist discourses does not really help. It adds to the general idea that the best thing to do in life is to keep a pet cat, and even that can wield assertions of power that will steal your moments of individual freedom by not budging from that spot on the couch from which you get the perfect view at the television. Ah well.

But the point is, I feel I need to write more often. Expressions into anonymous familiarity helps. Yes, I screwed up what I thought would be crucial junctures of my life, a point of no return. I survived. Mostly because I exaggerated their effects on me. When we look back, things are way too funny while we have probably tackled those presents which grim seriousness that we thought they deserved. But that's a good thing. The future is all about more funny things to happen for their future to look back upon, and the tale of survival isn't bad. I mean, look deep enough, we tend to exaggerate sorrows anyway.


quartertoinsane said...

you should write more often

Aasyaan said...

stealing your moments of individual freedom or making them all more beautiful and special for you is a matter of how much the cat understands you and to what extent it will go to make you happy and comfortable. :P

When we reach our future we always tend to have the privilege of looking back to our past with the added experience of having chosen one face of the coin. ;). And a prick of certain intensity always will remain to make us feel whether what If we had chosen the other face of the coin.

Your friend's point of view is absolutely right and at the same time, I totally support your stand. You see, you shall stand by your argument even when you reach the other end of life as well. :P
Yes indeed, Expressions into anonymous familiarity does always help. Especially to know the various perspectives. :D

Now that you have been ignoring for too long, I guess it will change now :)