Thursday, July 21, 2005

the hidden patterns in chaos theory...


it would take a beautiful mind to figure out the distinct differences in the existential world and the creative world... one such creative world exists within the intellect... there is a dream, there is a hope, there is a theory, there is a definition, there is a flavour, there is a taste... amidst the chaotic real world, is this calm and peaceful inner world, which longs for nothing but peace!

secrets to life is not merely experiencing the patterns, but living 'it' to the fullest, and understanding and appreciating the gains out of any challenging situation, treating it as part of the same whole which provides all the other 'sweet moments' as well...

for not what it takes to forget makes you great, it is what you forgive... it is for this reason, that when great people are made, it is for-real and not may-believe...

the pic is from a recent trip of mine to Vancouver, Canada... just made me realize how wallpapers are taken out of 'actual' places!

6 comments:

Barath said...

"secrets to life is not merely experiencing the patterns, but living 'it' to the fullest, and understanding and appreciating the gains out of any challenging situation".....Good one!

Well are you related to PC sriram or Barath...you have their touch in the pics you take...lol good one dude!

The Soul Doctor said...

secrets to life is not merely experiencing the patterns, but living 'it' to the fullest


whats the difference between experiencing and living?

Whats does living life mean? Isnt living life an experiencing your patterns daily?

Arvind M Venugopal said...

@karthik:

experiences happen to you whether you want to go through them or not... a good attitude in absorbing them and cherishing the good parts, while being able to make the most out of sweet moments contribute to 'living' your actual life...

we often experience a lot, while not being able to enjoy them as we try to complain more than we comprehend... living life to the fullest is something that my soul is still trying to achieve as well, since the human factor pops in every now and then, trying to distract me toward petty things...

viji said...

very meaningful!

Hema said...

very very insightfull! esp that part about getting attracted towards petty things in life despite your strong ideologies and convictions.sometimes life is what you perceive it to be. Being a critic to your own life destroys the essence of living for that moment.

Sriram P said...

nice photo... i loved it