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Friday, March 03, 2006

Where are we...what are we...how are we

As I am writing this, am just wondering what exactly to talk about. Its been a long wait for you guyz to see something here. Writing a blog has become a craze now for our guyz. It’s actually good when you wanna express your thoughts/feelings/etc etc, which could not be put in an everyday conversation. So here I am with my thinking cap on and straining my fingers to pen a few sentences about ourselves, our thinking and behaviour. Those of you who are shocked...yes its me.

RDB, man what a movie. We all know that and lot of us have commented gr8 things also. As the owner of humourspace, I wanna give a funny touch to this episode. We have been talking about revolutions, responsibilities, passion, etc etc. Whenever we start the conversation, we say follow your passion. Just think, if I am passionate about WWE or geographic expedition or kama, there is no way I can go behind it for now right….It would be next big hit comedy movie if we guys go behind wild animals to shoot them just for the sake of passion. Coming back to our conversations, every time, just 2 seconds after the great discussion on all those high profile topics, our standard dialogues ‘nodu maga figure hegidale’ ‘ba maga take off ge/ yavaga mathadona’ follow. I don’t say its wrong, but I guess that’s what we wanna do. We wanna just talk about what’s good or bad and leave it, thinking we did a great job. The next day we are doing our same old jobs, going behind positions/money/fame/take offs :) whatever it is. Because the big question what everyone asks before doing anything is the returns…right from the tax returns to even charity, you look for something in return…tax returns might be just for money but charity would be for getting some more punya or boons. It means we do things for our own sake.

My passion might be to get into the art world, but I am very uncertain about the consequences and so not bothered to even try it. It’s also because I am worried about the returns from it I guess and the society in which we are living. Just on a lighter side again, Prash said studying nature would be his passion, but he is busy studying the trees for electric than anything else. Suraj said watching movies would be his passion, but now, though he is probably moving in the right direction of empowering the youth, vitamin M is pulling his leg from going all out…so first he is forced to do some basics apart from his passion to get back to it again…I don’t know the passion of other guyz…so cannot comment on it. Having said all this, its tough for me also to decide what to do, which could be worth the effort and gives utmost satisfaction, say 15 yrs from now. I guess we have to think really BIG (guyz hope u got it right ;)), to overcome any obstacles/fear for going ahead and doing what we want…On the other extreme, we also think, lets have a ball of a time now…why chumma worry about 20 yrs ahead…So ultimately we are all meaning making machines and we take things just the way we want. There is no end to the question “why”, I guess.

I don’t know what I wrote made sense, but I hope it makes you scratch your head atleast once, somehow. All of us are becoming very philosophical I guess. So probably I would choose a funnier topic next time.

Okay as a leaving note, all I can say is:
“Banigondu Yelle yellide. Ninnasegelli koneyide. Yeke kanasu kanuve. Nidhanisu Nidhanisu”.

12 Comments:

  • sant, nice post:) food for thought, n yes, i did scratch my head a coupla times(despite the anti dandruff shampoo;) so u can safely claim ur post as the cause!:))

    the 'nodu maga figure hegidale’ types is ok, as long as u dont leave the deeper thoughts once u catch sight of the figure/bird wt not:) ellaa irbEku lifenalli allva - everything has its place:) priority misplace aagadiddre aaytashte...

    now on passions - passions can be pursued alongside a bread (n butter) earning job annsutthe. speaking from what i have seen, there are loads of youngsters in music today pursuing their passion alongside demanding careers in the corporate sector. the key is not to let go of your dreams. n i know it is easier said than done. but that doesnt mean its impossible.
    will talk to u on this(read bore u wt one loooong lecture) when we meet next. eegaagle tumbaa looooong comment aagbiTtide idu!:)

    By Blogger Sree, at 3:13 PM, March 03, 2006  

  • sant, thats a neat write up. What u have said is apt to the core. Infact, we all have something called as "chanchala manassu" which means its very tough for us to talk, think or act on one proper thing, right??? very satirically conveyed...impressive too !!!

    By Blogger Prashanth, at 1:40 PM, March 04, 2006  

  • Hey thanks for the comments, prash and sree...it will encourage me to write more...so be prepared to scratch more from now on :)

    By Blogger Sant.., at 12:32 AM, March 05, 2006  

  • Hey buddy magane thats an amazing thought you have just expressed. Just to add i don't think there is anything called one passion, its just how much of your life you live than survive is all that matters i think. Beacuse when you are doing things that you are passionate about you just forget your self that minute. And if you are forgetting your self when you are looking at a figure and also involved with kama you are completely forgetting you self isn't it.Well i think so because i do so.

    Well i would say instead of worrying about how much of your passion is alive in your daily life, have a passion which will make you live everyday. Like one of my passion is living life fully every minute(Which is not so successful all the time).

    My comment is that you don't have to stick on to one passion. You can create any passion and any time you want and also live it the way you want.

    Love and care

    Rithesh

    By Blogger Life Breather, at 12:32 AM, March 06, 2006  

  • nice maga - made me concentrate on what i was reading (or what you wrote) and think (and scratch my head) at the same time.

    just a thought - from aesthetics point of view -- try changing the background theme for your posts. it's very hard to read with the darker multi-colored spotted background.

    write more and often

    -gowtham

    By Blogger Gowtham, at 6:08 AM, March 06, 2006  

  • Meaning making machines :) .....i guess all meaning is just an stupid attempt by man to stop from becoming insane.

    Guess thats the way the cookie crumbles :), good one santosh, but the article its like a good movie with the central theme all jumbled up.....like some kamal hassan movie..but keep penning ur thoughts

    By Blogger Warrior poet, at 12:22 PM, March 07, 2006  

  • EnaadrU baryO bore aagtideeee

    By Blogger Sree, at 3:30 PM, March 09, 2006  

  • Where are you... What are you... How are you...

    Swalpa time-mADikonDu EnAdrU bariyappa - illina dEsi hotel thara haLe item-mE innU kANthA ide....

    By Blogger Gowtham, at 6:29 PM, March 26, 2006  

  • gunda,

    let me repeat....

    Where are you... What are you... How are you...

    Swalpa time-mADikonDu EnAdrU bariyappa - illina dEsi hotel thara haLe item-mE innU kANthA ide....

    -gowtham

    By Blogger Gowtham, at 6:42 PM, April 30, 2006  

  • ಬ್ಲಾಗ್ ಮಾಡಿಟ್ಟು ಪರಾರಿಯಾದದ್ದೇಕೆ? :D
    Blog mADiTTu parAriyAdaddEke?

    By Blogger ಅಸತ್ಯ ಅನ್ವೇಷಿ, at 12:13 PM, May 06, 2006  

  • Nous rencontrons souvent dans le domaine de la noni La production de NONInoni exempte de pesticides � lieu dans une partie privil�gi�e de l'�le de Tahiti, sur les hauteurs o� le Noni nonise cultive en abondance et donne toute sa force et toute la vigueur d'un fruit sauvage. Le jus, ensuite d�shydrat� et lyophilis� pour une consommation plus facile et tout aussi saine, est effectu� par pression � froid.

    By Blogger Tony, at 4:16 AM, May 25, 2006  

  • hey don't u blog any more??

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:00 PM, May 30, 2006  

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