Thursday, August 28, 2003
Dissecting Life

*announcing* One large hamburger with extra-cheese.

Attempting dissection:

>>The bread can be compared to those who breathed life into you. Any offer to protect you are met with firm retort and and you are bizzy using that extra-cheese to slither out.

>>The veggies may be compared to the GOOD (relative) you know of...yanked out and tossed into the trashbin.

>>The ham and the extra-cheese may be identified as desire, carnal advances, fantasy. You make a go at it before it's due turn.

>>The sauce is to the greed of MORE. Now, did I get you ordering for another hamburger??

>>The tissue that envelops the 'sin' equated to the 'force'...promptly set aside till you are done and its time to wipe your hands off it.

More on the LIFE series soon.
posted by Shivranjini Krishnamurthy @ 8/28/2003 12:21:00 PM   0 comments
Monday, August 25, 2003
Peace- An Expression

Another blast and a hundred more killed...It aches to believe that it is happening around us n to people whom we talk to. It aches to believe that those dead are no different from those who caused them to exit unceremoniously. Who takes the responsibility?? What causes one individual to deprive another of his life and/or peace?

On peace n harmony, I'd opine that the latter is a mere derivative of the former at a macro level. While, absence of peace implies conflict within, harmony is conflict at a larger level. Communalism is, but, a mere weapon at the hands of individuals that lost their peace. And greed is, but, the root to this absence of peace. To attempt an explanation:

What causes dissatisfaction?
What is the origin to the phrase, "Life means more"?
What leads to distaste in something that we enjoyed doing all our lives?

Delivering his four freedoms speech, Roosevelt safely chose to keep short his explanation of the freedom from want, possibly because he was a victim of the very same worm; visibly so too. Delving deep, the other three freedoms found ample ground over time to achieve liberation; the first one (Freedom of speech and expression) finds an illustration here.

Peace ain’t something to be hand-picked at the local mall. Just as opportunities, it is there...ignorance prevails n we see them in our dreams.

Now, that I manage to sound like Carnegie-Peale-Chopra n co…I make an exit with - Peace ain’t about is about sustaining.
posted by Shivranjini Krishnamurthy @ 8/25/2003 09:02:00 PM   0 comments
Sunday, August 10, 2003
Amicable Divorce

Something that rightfully belongs to ME is no more so.

When I say MY friend or brother or sister and so on, they may indeed go on to occupy that invisible but existent seat in the sub-conscious that facilitates recognition on every meeting. While the truth remains, that they are all individual units of life, even the so-called soul-mate and other host of related strong-chords.

A piece of ME was forcibly yanked out yesterday; very much on the lines of terminating a relationship gone sore. After all the crying foul and throwing tantrums, it was an amicable divorce. While I write this, the pain caused by the loss hasn’t receded. In fact…it has left a little vacuum in my conscious state of affairs.

*Phew* so much for a lost tooth.

PS: I insisted on carrying the tooth home but the judge (dentist) ruled against it. He clarified that it would stink…much as a hackneyed human-bond.


While at it…Hitler’s MANLY inheritance is up for sale. Intriguingly, it was part of a Russian soldier’s memorabilia. Now, who wants to go for it, unless, somebody is on the look out for a DEADLY ****. N even at that, I firmly believe that there are enough Indian men who’d assure you of LIVELY pleasure. Don’t take my word, make a go at it…umm a piece of suggestion-make sure you board a reasonably crowded bus in Delhi, the national capital of India.
posted by Shivranjini Krishnamurthy @ 8/10/2003 09:20:00 PM   0 comments
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