Thursday, May 26, 2011

I know thats not right

The human character, however sophisticated it gets, is mired by the natural penchant for irregularities. Being stable, that too for long is not among the rampant distribution of WBC and the RBC in the volatile mixture of our life in the extreme right color of the spectrum. We breathe inside the covered sheets under the thralldom of Entropy, which roots out of the thermodynamic text books of class XIIth Physics and grows into us, without even letting us know. The randomness, the irregularity is the ultimate answer to the ultimate question. Who says, its 42?.. its Entropy.

By that I mean the natural desire to do wrong things, or not to do things in the right manner. How easily a well educated man (at least looking like one) defies the green light and flashes his insouciance about the rules and crosses the road with a slight waiver his royal hand, expecting the kilometer long chain of cars to stop just because his lazy ass cannot wait at the other side till the light turns red. I sometimes feel like slapping one or two of them. These irritable little creatures are actually the ones who causes harm. The ones who know the rule and yet commit a mistake just for the sake of a minutes convenience are the demons of the society. It is for them that the hurdles are brought up in lush green fields. It is for them that a 50 crore foot bridge remains vacant while the road below is clogged with cars because people don't have time or patience to climb up. I hate those kind of people and I hate myself for not being able to do anything. I tried to stop one of the passerby who tried and to conjure the art of crossing road with a single waiver of his w-hand. In reply, he said , "arre bhai, sabb chalta hai".. and quiet easily he crossed the road without hearing the silent curses of the drivers who had to stop.
This is the case every where.. Not only in political matters, but also in our personal lives, I believe its in our very nature to be unclean and disorganized. I get reminded of a hindi chapter, "naakhun kyun badhte hai" according to which there resides a devil in each one of us, which keeps us reminding of its presence every now and then, but it is the man in us who finally triumphs.
Well I may be too pissed off to write about this small incident, but when you come to think about it, it is actually a matter of grave concern.
Well.. I expect the better educated ones reading this are the ones who disparage such acts of intellectual's stupidity and spread the word.

1 comment:

Sharad K said...

Totally agree..!..and yes i will spread the word..:)..!