Come September….

1. Even if they say so, this can’t stop.
I tried, but it didn’t.

2. Very few people deserve second chances.

3. People who break a commitment with someone they claim to care for, would break it with you in no time. They don’t deserve anything.

4. There are friends everywhere. They fake it. It’s use and throw.

5. There are very few constants. And at times when the constants are conflicting, life is hell.

17 comments
  1. Disclaimer: Please don’t take this personally.

    After re-reading the post and the comments (including mine) all I can say is this:

    This post is more abstract than some of my engineering stuff.

    What I very honestly want to know is this: why are you (all) _so_ abstract? I mean some of the stuff in engineering is abstract only because it needs the precision of mathematics, but what’s the point in such an abstract writing? (and I’m talking of the degree of abstraction).

    Do you believe you’ll get a more mature audience that way? I don’t think there’s any (large) correlation between maturity and abstraction. So what’s the point?

    Beats me……

  2. Further to point 5, in the following point of view I have taken the meaning of conflicting constants as incompatible constants that we don’t want. I am not sure exactly what context you are talking about, but for general context I have this view. It is very likely that the constants are conflicting. Conflicting constants often make the situation worst, but yet life is not a hell. The fact is, the conflicting constants are one of the main characteristics of a real life. We need to live in the real life, otherwise our plans would not be any better than a hallucination. Life is full of conflicting constants where we don’t exactly know how to come out of it. Occurrence of a conflicting constant may need a change in the approach of the situation associated to those constants. But still if some constants are not in our control we need to find some alternatives to bypass the constants if possible so that our future does not effect from them. However, one also has to know that some constants may seem incompatible, but are useful in a long term. Experience of changing the conflicting constants show our ability to fight them. Situation of changing these constants often train us for our future life.

  3. Further to point 5, in the following point of view I have taken the meaning of conflicting constants as incompatible constants that we don’t want. I am not sure exactly what context you are talking about, but for general context I have this view. It is very likely that the constants are conflicting. Conflicting constants often make the situation worst, but yet life is not a hell. The fact is, the conflicting constants are one of the main characteristics of a real life. We need to live in the real life, otherwise our plans would not be any better than a hallucination. Life is full of conflicting constants where we don’t exactly know how to come out of it. Occurrence of a conflicting constant may need a change in the approach of the situation associated to those constants. But still if some constants are not in our control we need to find some alternatives to bypass the constants if possible so that our future does not effect from them. However, one also has to know that some constants may seem incompatible, but are useful in a long term. Experience of changing the conflicting constants show our ability to fight them. Situation of changing these constants often train us for our future life.

  4. Further to point 5, in the following point of view I have taken the meaning of conflicting constants as incompatible constants that we don’t want. I am not sure exactly what context you are talking about, but for general context I have this view. It is very likely that the constants are conflicting. Conflicting constants often make the situation worst, but yet life is not a hell. The fact is, the conflicting constants are one of the main characteristics of a real life. We need to live in the real life, otherwise our plans would not be any better than a hallucination. Life is full of conflicting constants where we don’t exactly know how to come out of it. Occurrence of a conflicting constant may need a change in the approach of the situation associated to those constants. But still if some constants are not in our control we need to find some alternatives to bypass the constants if possible so that our future does not effect from them. However, one also has to know that some constants may seem incompatible, but are useful in a long term. Experience of changing the conflicting constants show our ability to fight them. Situation of changing these constants often train us for our future life.

  5. This is my first talk with you guys. Further to the comment “There are friends everywhere. They fake it. It’s use and throw.”
    I completely agree to it and say
    “In order to enjoy friendship, some distance always has to be kept between us and our friends. This way sense of friendship is more enjoyable. Life is a good experience that trains us to distinguish between a real and a diplomatic friend.”

  6. point 5 is what makes everyone going..it is good that there are few constants for it makes the search for them a mission to strive for..and when they conflict they make you take a decision..the ‘kurukshtera’ of mind is always on and that’s the way it should be..
    for few are the constants,tougher is the struggle to find them and sweeter look the reward at the end…

  7. @ Deepak…not selflessness…i feel thts a hugely overrated concept and doesnt exist in reality…i was talking abt mere fakeness is attitude which ppl have!

  8. There are friends everywhere. They fake it. It’s use and throw.

    This is a reality. You have to learn to live with it.
    There are very few people in the world who have reached that level of mind stratum so as to be a selfless friend.
    What I believe you have to do is “use” his “fake friendship” and never trust him/her until you are very sure.
    But, then again, where to draw the line of surety?

  9. @ Kunal: I wudnt agree or disagree, yes it is very contextual…

    @Mar00ned: affirmations,..sometimes i live out of the real world…

    @Chaitanya: Acerbic? Oh my algebra is going wrong, variables and constants and multiple equations,thts why!

  10. everyone persues his/her self-interest in whetever way he/she can. Everything is ultimately a choice and selfishness to be happy is always supreme. Deserve,commitment,right/wrong,2nd/nth chance these words have no meaning. Just a set of opiates created to foster guilt and anger which btw are all self distructive emotions.

    ps:u sound terribly acerbic. wld like to know wht happened if u dont mind!

  11. Today I went there all the way again .
    I searched on every floor.

    For a 3rd consecutive September, I’m just believing.I’m looking forward to a future.

    “Use and throw”? Just because I didn’t say it all,such a conclusion has been derived?

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    There’s a bit of September still left.It’s far far too early to say a commitment has been broken.

    A better location would do.

    What about her mobile no.?

    Mine is 9891680133.
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  12. There is only one thing that comes in my mind … “Welcome to the real world”.

    I completely agree with you on point 2. As far as relationships are concerned, no one deserves a second chance.

  13. hmmm, I’m not sure of what context you’re talking in here, but anyway, I’d say I completely disagree with point 2.
    I believe everyone deserves a second chance. Everyone makes mistakes. It’s wrong to expect otherwise. But a repeat of a mistake is something that cannot be tolerated.

    Again, this applies in most contexts. I’m not sure what yours was. Take it with a pinch of salt! 🙂

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