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B S,Read both posts. I am sorry to say that you have left more questions in mind than clarity. At times one may have to follow path or vocation as per social norms but one should definitely keep dream alive to follow when possible. There are a number of examples where people well settled in something had left it to follow their dream. Take care
@ jack: its not only about vocation...its abt d way v live life...d norms decided by society for us...what kind of questions u hav in mind..plz let me know..i will try to clear them..thanks 4 readin nd commnting....i posted only 1 new post..what do u mean by read both posts..plz clarify this too....thanks!
B S, This post has been broken in two parts asking for comments at the end of each. I commented on one which was last with only few lines. If you are talking of 9 years one tends to take it as professional life you are talking about. If it is life as whole then there is no time limit because we start having our convictions as soon as we start thinking process which is from very young age itself. Now what was your aim or dream which you did not go for but followed norms of society? That needs to be spoken about a little clearly. And what are your plans now once you have decided to break free of shackles?Take care
@jack Sir: Firstly, this post is not about vocation stress or changin my field of work...its about how I take life....yes v do have convictions as soon as v start thinkin..very right.but 9 years is a long time so thats y i decided to break the rules defined by society as I have seen several times v tend to follow society norm only to make fool ourselves, so I take a path unknown where I will try to live life on my own terms...can't give u examples on this medium coz that would be too personal...but love to hear from u agn on this view of mine..thanks a lot ..tak cre!
Hello Jack Sir and BS, sorry to interrupt u th in btwn....:-)I think its one chopice to lead one's life...so dear BS u may opt ur own way...u threw ur ideas, and we all appreciate ur way of thinknig and and ur outburst towards the society....u enjoy ur own way...but rem the enjoyment should effect adversely on u and others....and yes try nt to create another chakravayu for urself....all the best....nice post...today's Abhimanyu....:-)
B S and Rohini,I agree that there are many things which need change in the manner our society looks at and one should live by own conscience but does it give right to do what one feels right even at the cost of hurting someone? We must put ourselves in the shoes of others before we do something which is not as per norms.Take care
@Jack Sir: I want to ask u dat y d hell should I care about society...many a times I hav got hurt for different reasons due to religiously following society norms and being true to myself…..who will give answer for that....will you come nd rescue me from the pain I got in following bloody right path to do things....I am out of it and happy..nd I m not hurting ny1...just dat my rules have changed ...I love ppl around me ...just dat I view my life in a slightly different manner from others..cumin back to d post...all nd all it is about my desire to be free and do what I want and behave truthfully in every situation nd not be a hypocrite like our society is...nyways...thanks jack sir for ur comments....believe me I will not hurt ny1 evn if society dosnt care for it...but I do..thanks agn..tak cre.@Rohini Ji: hi...hru??D path aginst society will not lead only to enjoyment ....there r lot of goals to be achived..I always cared for others nd let me clear u dat nothin will adversely effect me or ny1..thats my promise to all nd u..thanks 4 commenting..tak cre!!
@ Jack Sir - U r rite sir, one cannot get happines at the cost of hurting someone...
@ Rohini Ji and Jack Sir: In theory one is aware that the earth revolves, but in practice one does not perceive it, the ground upon which one treads seems not to move, and one can live undisturbed. So it is with Time in one's life.
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B S,I agree with you that we do get hurt by some of the norms of society. We need to change with time. But before we think of changing any norm we need to evaluate properly. For example, society forbids marriage between close relatives. This has been given religious garb but if you see logic, it is as such unions lead to genetic defects. But forbiding of inter caste or inter religion or inter region marriages is not called for. One should follow own conscience but what affects does it have on society or own family must be visualised. For example, one believes in polygamy but would that person let his daughter's husband practice the same? Hope I am clear now. Take care