Saturday, September 17, 2005

Don't mind...

Man's strength lies not in physical or mental prowess. It's in the fact that his mind can't be read. The moment you read a person's mind, you can bring anybody on earth down to his or her knees. Well, how they go about kneeling is a different matter altogether, but that's besides the point. Most of us hide some of the world's deepest, darkest, most dangerous, damaging secrets that we sometimes don't reveal even to ourselves, lest some face reader read those secrets through our expressions. So imagine if somebody just walked across the road to you and disclosed your inner most thoughts to you? But it's just so and all's well and wisely made. There are some things that were specifically excluded from the human design document. After all, whatever brought about this world and all of us along with it, might've given this whole concept of the brain being the strongest vault in the entire universe as we know, a long good thought. And our brain is not for nothing, called the most lethal weapon. And the beautiful way in which this organ compartmentalizes it's functions is what's amazing. The ability to forget is perhaps another fantastic feature in this program, much more helpful and life saving than the ability to remember. And there are a host of other features, am sure. And sometimes, some bugs in the program do crop up contradicting the basic cerebral design. As a result, you have psychics and other mind-game players walking the planet. But I sometimes wonder how it would've been...just so...

9 comments:

manuscrypts said...

and the guys who crack the design go into a state which the rest of mankind term 'madness'??

Prerona said...

bugs which cause erratic functioning ... thats what causes the system to be considered 'mad' :)

but then ... the guys who crack the design bole toh ... it would be like mera comp uthke apna OS ko debug kar raha hai? how spooky!

there was a movie - ek robot ko space mein chhor aate hain - it has self healing powers ... dunno ... mera memory mein abhi bahut contention hain ... need to do a springclean (delete from temp etc)

aqua said...

hmmm.. but are u sure about the forget part? its not something we can really choose to do.. had written something about it, must post it..

a cynic in wonderland said...

The ability to forget is indeed a fantastic feature!

Parna said...

excellant thought. i think the ability to forget is a great blessing. (and sometimes not :) ) we look forward to a new day inspite of life being a bitch sometimes, cos of it.

Parna said...

some updates maybe?

GratisGab said...

Ah, somebody else on a long long break....

KJ said...

bloggers block?

ciao

Saltwater Blues said...

how u doin brother Ramana?