Sunday, February 21, 2010

Of Right or Not

Someone told me, "There are things which you won't know if it is RIGHT. But, there are others which you can tell that they are WRONG right from the start."

Such an impressive statement, almost applicable under any circumstances. The tricky part is, how long would it take, for a person to evaluate "How right" or "How wrong" things may turn into? Or rather, How much should be paid to gain experience from a lesson like this? Will it take a lifetime for some to realise that things have never been right at all?

These are questions worth spending time on because how much time/energy do we have in the wrong things? And how much left do we have in seeking for truth?

The statement "you won't know if it is RIGHT" is like a disclaimer of possibilities, of colours which lie between black and white. Of uncertainties... and I believe that it is tailored in such a beautiful way that brings us hopes and anticipations for the future. And it is also packaged in such a way that we call the moment that we live in right now, PRESENT. We'll never know what's inside, until we unwrap it.

I still believe in possiblities, like the Black Swans, and forever will. With a condition, to remove ignorance from that belief.


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