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In too deep, Brood
Welcome back people,

This is a dedicated post. To a person, an individual and a friend. One who has just recently started commenting in my Journal and the one who has inspired a post in his honor, Ladies and gentlemen, I welcome atharvan officially to the various ponderings of my Journal, Jim....'s Own!

Most of the stuff given here are in relation to my I've finally called it quits! and Living With Passion
Realizing A Dream:

The fact is that what I've said in that post, is really exactly what most people know to be the way it is. It's just that they don't find words to express their thoughts on the matter. Often what happens, is that when these kind of philosophies are simply a part of the mind, people tend to warp them theoretically and hence, misinterpret their own thoughts when it comes time to act in accordance to their philosophy.

What I attempted to do was to help these kind of people to attach words and phrases to those specific thought processes in their minds so that they know what it is that they are dealing with. and when it comes time to act upon them in the real world of physical reality, they are able to do so without that inherent psychological warping that would occur without a basic framework to hold it rigid for them during stress.

That's what I tried to do, to create that basic framework to support their thoughts with easily embedded phrases and words.... I doubt that I managed to actually bring about my dream into reality as well as I'd hoped, but it's a start and I tried my best.... :)
Speaking of Perfection and Perfectionists:

Being a perfectionist is a kind of a boon actually, but every coin has at least two faces.... (I say 'atleast' because unfortunately we live in a four dimensional world.) The good thing about being a perfectionist is that you are always looking for perfection and in that charge, you are always breaking your old barriers and covering new and unrevealed ground. It's a bad thing because the perfectionist is always faced with the problem of never being totally in harmony with his/her surroundings....

There's always something there to make him uncomfortable. For no matter how perfect something is, there's always room for flaws and a perfectionist can never hope to discover all the flaws in question before the last flaw is unflawed. Besides, a perfectionist has the added sorrow of never being able to define what he thinks is perfection. That's because he's always running toward that ever receding line of the horizon.... It just keeps moving further and further away and we keep running toward it like psychologically unsound beings....

It's a cycle and we follow it around and around till we finally depart, an unquenched thirst in our hearts and minds....
Reality in a Metaphysical light:

The first step toward reality is realizing that everything around you, including your life is just a means of achieving the best harmony among the existing forces.... Your life has no other means of propagation except that which you have so far lived. We're all patterns of energy, transforming in correlation with each other to balance an equation of cosmic proportions. It's all been proved physically, nothing truly exists except for in our minds.

When you say that despite everything, through up's and down's, through good and bad, you've lived with passion, I say you've understood what truly 'is'! You're in harmony with your self and your surroundings. That's the best way in my opinion. :)

You may be able to change things by exerting your energies, concentrated upon a specific target, but that drain of energy simply transfers your intentions toward the levels of the target thereby establishing a fluctuation, one that actually adjusts the situation in accordance to your choice. But then, it has to balance out and so, events occur, there's more energy transfer and there's a new balance, one event triggers another and soon, the equation is back in balance but with different coordinates as the variables have changed.... :)
Question : Ummmm.... Have I gone too deep into my own silly metaphysical representation of life?
Answer : Maybe....



angiasaa wrote:
Jan. 20th, 2004 01:00 pm (UTC)
Golly! Now that was a breach from protocol. lol!

The flattery was'nt intended of course, that was just a byproduct of human cognition. :)

To greater times ahead and beyond!

P.S.: It's never too good to go too deep.... Drowning under pressure has always been suffocating. :P
atharvan wrote:
Jan. 20th, 2004 01:03 pm (UTC)
Let us say that you are not going deeper, but instead, moving upwards; reaching towards higher objectives: reaching out, as men of ancient times, towards the intellectual and emotional equivalents of the sun.
datempest wrote:
Jan. 20th, 2004 04:06 pm (UTC)
I second that opinion!

Atharvan you actually got Jim.... to post! This has to be commemorated with a statue in the park or something. It is very rare to see a post from Jim.... but he has done the unexpected!!!

Moving on, realising a dream is the first step in the process of making it come true. Combined with the determination to succed, the strenght to withstand all downfalls, the courage to move on... your dreams will come true!

Living with passion has become a bible for many who have read it. Yes, some of us on the other side of the internet read it everyday and swear by it and even quote from it!

Do you realise the amazing career opportunities you have? Sometimes you sound like a surgeon- skilled at dissecting and carefully reconstructing by threads of words, sometimes you sound like an artist-creating the most beautiful painting, only to realise it isnt the best, sometimes a magician... whatever you may be, you are a wonderful person!

atharvan wrote:
Jan. 20th, 2004 04:12 pm (UTC)
I fear it might be a once in a lifetime event...possibly the accumulated stress from the previous days, hehe.

and my, I have fallen among very eloquent people: couldn't have said it better myself, Nikita (if you allow me to call you so)..

And yes: there are so many doors waiting for you to stride through; you only have to choose whichever suits the particular path you wish to take.

angiasaa wrote:
Jan. 21st, 2004 06:19 am (UTC)
:) Not really accumiliated stress, but more like painful isolation and vigorous failure to achieve exactly what I give this advice about....

Hard to believe, I know.... But even if I can't take my own advice, the least I can do is to let others partake of it.... :)

Thankyou atharvan and datempest for your comments, They were deeply appreciated....

datempest wrote:
Jan. 21st, 2004 07:18 am (UTC)
Atharvan, there are very few people who actually call me Nikita, so please feel free to address me that way.

as far as falling among eloquent people is concerned, I myself can never be the best judge to my eloquence, so I take the above statement as a compliment and thank you graciously. Very few people think of me being eloquent.
angiasaa wrote:
Jan. 21st, 2004 11:52 pm (UTC)
Far from a 'once in a lifetime' event, I can always be inspired once again. :) Accumulated stress, I agree, but there's vision emnating from those days.... I don't fear more than half the things that scared me before, I've been born anew. :)

and my, I have fallen among very eloquent people

:) That my friend, is something I refuse to believe, I am not as kaydeeyoh as the impression people tend to get of me.... you are not so uneloquent yourself, you stand among us, perhaps reaching taller than ourselves.... Life is a journey, and we each cover a seperate level.... :) The importance of each level cannot be described but it nevertheless is a fact, I believe, that each one of us, and each of our levels is priceless in it's own existance. :)

And yes: there are so many doors waiting for you to stride through; you only have to choose whichever suits the particular path you wish to take.

Thankyou, I have'nt chosen my door yet, but I'll do so soon, one day, and when I do, I'll make sure you're all aware of my decision, be it worthy or not for it woud be a decision I could'nt keep from my friends.... :)

To a little peace and lots of confusion!
angiasaa wrote:
Jan. 21st, 2004 06:45 am (UTC)
Complimentary.... :">
I'll be posting off an on, You see, to post, you need content.... So Till I have something to write about, I'll keep it slow....

I'd intended on posting another post yesterday, but a certain 'issue' came up and I totally forgot about it. (Thankyou whoever you are!) I hoped to post it here in the day today, but something kept me offline and It never came into being.

I'll be online for a very short while today and hence, most of your comments shall be replied to tomorrow.... And so shall my post, it shall here, in my journal, appear tomorrow. :)

My grateful thanks to your confidence in my abilities Nix.... :"> Too much compliment tends to steal my words away.....

Living with passion has become a bible for many who have read it. Yes, some of us on the other side of the internet read it everyday and swear by it and even quote from it!

I really don't know what to say to that, I'm truly overwhelmned at what you say, bible et al.... As to quotes, I'm not gonna disregard that, I quote from it too. :-P

Yes, career opportunities are vast, but limited nevertheless.... The thing is that I wish to go for a career that spans through to my happiness. Interested, I am not, in something that I do for the sake of work.... Value in love, is the beat of the heart.... :)

To Gracious Life, and Limitless Passion!