Sunday, May 14, 2006

Burning the bridges...

How far can you go to defy escapism??May be you never really escape from it ;for the moment you start doing that , you realise its not a straight road after all.

So are happy endings permanent , or to say happy partings?Are they followed by successful separations? Well I guess theres no harm in trying.Bitterness isn't always an ode to permanence. Maybe we all keep looking for these small reasons for ourselves to be angry enough , not to go back. Maybe its easier to burn the bridges , in this oil of anger.And if we can do that without burning our bridges , maybe we really do possess that coveted strength of character. Knowing that the bridges exist , and yet resisting the temptation to walk back through them is the ultimate test . I guess its worth a try. For one , it saves you from burning your own hands in that fire , and two , you still smile when the pangs of nostalgia hit you. Whatever it is , it IS worth a try in all sincerity.....

...And in the end, even if we fail, we would still be content with the fact that at least tried.At the end of the day , don't we all absolve ourselves by resting on the clutches of "After all we are all human"

.....I feel at peace with myself. Processing ideas and reaching conclusions for the benefit of others has always proven to be the most beneficial for me. And this is no different!!!

Thankyou once again!!!May the rest of the world too gets lucky enough to see the personification of their vision.

1 comment:

EspritNoir said...

very interesting. esp abt resisting the temptation of going down old bridges left behind...real test of character and resolve. food for thought...and i agree with the whole philosophy. but i guess for those who dont want to test their strength, the better option is always to burn those bridges. if not in reality, at least in their minds. so, even if the bridge does exist in reality, one never goes down that path, coz the bridge doesnt exist in one's mind anymore...cheers...