That swaying curtain and my thoughts

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  1. Trablogger says:

    Nice caption for this picture. And the picture is quite dramatic.

  2. Yes, people and their thoughts can get too complex at times. It gets really difficult to understand someone else’s thoughts, while trying to figure out one’s own thoughts! Those guidelines you wrote about should exist!

  3. Soumya says:

    Ah those profound contemplation that life sometimes leads us to 😛

    But then again, if we didn’t have moments like this, will we ever think about such things?
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  4. Its amazing to realize how our mind gets carried away on the rail track set up by our thoughts. In case you ask me, people and situations both can be complex. It is one’s promise to oneself for keeping things simple and that can be done by watching one’s thoughts. Are there guidelines to manage our thoughts? I would say Yes there are. Fodder for discussion for some later meeting without D 🙂
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  5. PhenoMenon says:

    Rain and the weather makes people do different things. I just feel a whole lot hungry especially if I am reading. Thanks for the share

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  6. Sometimes I too dive into this kind of deep thoughts. I have the habit of picking a book and reading a random page for want of solutions to my problems. This practice helped me a lot in many of my tough times.

  7. Rajlakshmi says:

    I too have these moments of deep thinking… Wondering about things that I usually don’t think about, finding the meaning of it all. Rain does that to people I guess. The more we think, the deeper we get tangled. Go with the flow I would say. 😀
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  8. Mel says:

    It would be nice if life came with a manual and we could scroll through the index to find the solution.

  9. A manual is an interesting concept, though it would be helpful, carrying it around would keep reminding of things. However I do feel that writing down would be a good way to seperate the good and bad and the worse.

  10. Well, I hope writing down your thoughts has given you more clarity! I guess this is one of the reasons journalling is so effective – we get to write our own manual!

  11. The manual would have to be updated too often for us to have a final copy in our hands!:)))
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Parul. These thoughts are mine too, 24*7*365 :)))

  12. LOL for the manual P!!! That would be an amazing one, not to mention bulky one!! 😉
    I think when thoughts cloud in, best thing is to detach and just watch them drift in and out without focusing on anything in particular- soon only the relevant ones stay to poke you some more while the others float on – this is my opinion and experience with such times. And yes lying on bed, watching the breeze play with the curtains is the most therapeutic way to do it 🙂

  13. Rachna says:

    I think this question will dog us till the end of time. Some people are so annoying and one wonders how exactly to react around them. Ignore? Give it back? Enjoyed your tussle with your thoughts.

  14. Shilpa Gupte says:

    Oh, yes, just let’s give time some time, let’s give ourselves some time to get over things, people, life…! And, yes, I would love to have had that manual – how helpful that would have been!

  15. Shantala says:

    Oh a manual would have indeed been perfect. One tailor made for us at birth. But then would life have been the same adventure it is? Something to ponder, I guess.
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  16. Meaningful metaphor…

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