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Friday, January 13, 2006

For the mind is restless..

Can a person be totally satisfied with what life has got to offer at any given point of time ? Maybe you need to leave everything behind and move to the Himalayas for that ! But then, if you still have the materialistic streak in you you'll rue the absence of the good things in life atop the mountains too :(

Why am I writing all this ? Aaahh the restless mind .. On the personal front everything is going great. Apparently I feel that I am missing some action on the professional front. Should I look out for a change? But the very thought of change brings in apprehensions .. I'll need to start everything from scratch, build new relationships and generally miss the cocoon of comfort ...

As written in the Bhagvad Gita
"For the mind is restless, turbulent, obstinate and very strong, O Krsna, and to subdue it is, it seems to me, more difficult than controlling the wind."


  • OH!!!!!
    Dont be sooooo sad n restless, every thing will be on track after some time.....

    that happens with every one..... me too running thrugh this same dejecting & somber situation, even my professional life is an inanimate at present, i am also looking for sum change....but it's ok.... i am waiting for the right time......

    you too can experiment with time.... cause All good things come to those who wait... and any day... Zero is better than nothing....

    so wait..... n it will all be fit, when you'll wake up..one day.........

    but if u are realy looking for sum change, change it ....dnt lock up yourself in this situation cause... there should only be one thng constant n that is change........

    I hope i am not making this situation more troublesome for you......

    Take care!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:10 AM, January 13, 2006  

  • yeah ..thanks for the words of encouragement ! Will try to surf on the winds of change soon :)

    By Blogger CyberMenace, at 5:18 PM, January 13, 2006  

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