Monday, February 9, 2009
Most of us would like to believe that our future will be brighter than our past. We set our benchmarks in the past for our future but we completely forget about the present. It's easier to think than act. Thoughts don't count, actions do. It's easier to complain about what had happened instead of doing something that can make things happen. Vishwas talks about this emotional baggage from the past. Emotion is a big word - its weighs down on a person's mind. We all like our bags and want to keep them close - keep a watchful eye on them, lest someone may find out what we want to hide. What me may not know is that the bags are simply not worth the trouble. That we should let go off them, even as we want to latch on to them with the tips of our fingers.