Peeping into personal lives of others, is an ultimate human adventure. We love to see and judge. Even if we rename judging as helping/advising/learning. But the fact remains. Personal blogging gives an opportunity to see inside the mind of blogger albeit through a prism of myriad words which we may or may not understand.
My suggestion to all self-righteous, pious, noble, moral, religious, pure, honest, holy, emotionally unstable, depressed, anxious, di-polarised etc. people is not to read others’ blogs. It may shock them. Forcing them to cry or even more send them in shock, anxiety, despair or depression.
Those who do not understand, I may explain that here, in importunate blogging world, people are telling ultimate details of their activities of mind as well as body, like carnal pleasures. Oh, the latter brought you here in the first place. Fine, but there may be dry humor or black humor. There may be labeling/categorization of people in the manner unpalatable. There may be stupid philosphization contrary to your logical and most reasonable thinking. Since it is personal, do not expect insincere politeness. If it is not understandable, go back, play Facebook or google plus.
It is a dangerous world out here. Thoughts are colliding to become one. An experiment to demolish myth of individuality has begun. At times it may appear like mirror, even if it is not. Stay away; your ‘unique thought’ and ‘supreme/holy image’ is in danger of drowning here. Read no further. Get back to the collection of videos, music, books or good old television. Stay away from this crude, harsh, insensitive, hypocrite and un-appreciative world of blogging which has no respect for the ardent, holy, pious, honest, self-righteous, noble, moral, devout, earnest, sincere, truthful, religious, zealous, fervent and pure human beings, like you.
May you rest in peace, the troubled mind.
© Sandeep Bhalla