Sunday, April 04, 2010

In Search


I find that almost every question or dilemma has a simple solution, but most of us end up asking the wrong questions.

We ask ourselves all too often:
Why are we here? 
Where's the prove that God exists?
Can we create anti-matter?

I think we should be asking:
OK, I'm here. Now what do I do to make my being here worthwhile? 
What have I done to prove that humanity exists? (I mean, why think about God when we lose track of how to be humane?)
What did I do to preserve the Earth? (Antimatter paradoxically creates matter or something like that.  Don't get me wrong, I love science and development, but what's the use of it if the world we live in is being destroyed everyday by a thousand thoughtless acts?

All the hypothetical questions friends keep throwing at me is taking it's toll, so do excuse the occasional philosophical thought, ya?

I'll be back to normal blogging in a while - I hope :)

13 comments:

Loshini said...

*proof

too tired to edit :)

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Hi Loshini,

Philosophical thoughts are good actually! :)

About your question on my Another problem caused by cutting trees post…

While editing, select the text you want to link to, and click on the blue chain-like icon above in the editor's toolbar. It will enable you to make links.

Creating an automatic gadget is a programmer's job, at least in the current era. Explaining it is quite difficult unless I show it personally.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

I see you already know how to link. Do you want me to create the gadget for you? Don't worry; I won't charge you for that :) If you want to, please let me know what you want to write in the gadget and how you want it to look in your visitors' sidebars :)

Rainfield said...

Your title is appropriate.

In search, and it is a continuous process.

Never ending, and if it happens to end, what's life for?

Chavie said...

Yeah, with all the advances these days, people seem to forget the simple act of being human... And I'm enjoying your 'theoretical stuff', not bad at all! ;)

Kirigalpoththa said...

If you have the answers for the latter then it is alright to think about the first set.

Loshini said...

Bhavesh:
Thanks for getting back to me so quick on the gadget thing. Left a comment on your blog.

Philosophies are good? :)

Rainfield:
Good one! and exactly why I chose that title, coz I'm still stumbling along, trying to figure it out..hehe

Chavie:
Yep. But the awareness is growing, we just have to do the best we can, each doing our parts I guess... haha, thanks but it's confusing from my end :P

K:
My point exactly!And the search continues... :)

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

My Pleasure Loshini! And yes, philosophies are good, if one digests :)

Regarding the gadget, it won't work Loshini if your friends click on my blog's gadget. And don't worry; it's not a bother. If you still feel; I'll create a gadget that will, in small font, mention that it was created by me, obviously, if you don't mind. If mind, there's no need to put that text :)

But certainly, users clicking on my blog's button won't have your reference on their sidebar.

Well, give me some time, I'll create the gadget and will give it to you :)

Me-shak said...

i think this is where religion comes in. There is a great sense of purpose when your faith is the foundation of your life!

Cheers!

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...
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Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Hi Loshini,

I have the gadget ready with me, but I don't have your email address to send it to you. Please write to me on bvcblog@gmail.com. I'll give you the gadget in the reply.

- Bhavesh

Loshini said...

Me-shak:
Yep. I think so too.

Bhavesh:
Thank you. You're extremely kind!

doc said...

you're reading too many dan brown novels!!

try the bible for a change?