Sunday, November 8, 2009
Talking to myself
Misconceptions are not hard to get rid of. Sneakily, they creep into the mind when everyone is busy, paying attention somewhere else. Familiarity provides disguise and no one even questions its existence for years. That small corner of the mind, has not been carefully looked at. Does it look good or bad? Does Mr.X really need to stay there? Who in the world is Mr.X, anyway? That's when Mr.X's existence is shaken. Mr. X gets uncomfortable and runs away to seek new abode. What does this corner really look like? Clean up the space and let the imagination materialize and decorate this part of the mind.
We express most powerfully without words. We are most active when we are inactive. We are able to find something only when we move away from it. (Who am I ,anyway ?)