Random writing spree. Perhaps the beginning to something.

Ever wondered, how people seem to be figments of another person. Tiny little things that make them resemble with another one just like them. Is that a coincidence, having common things between each other? Is this equality: that humans can feel, think and have same tastes as each other? But if its equality where is the mirror through which you can see an identical reflection. Why aren’t all things common, why aren’t all things equal. Where is the line drawn between the reflections of one person with the others? Heard of different people, with uniqueness with uncommon style and unusual characteristics and being the one of a kind kind of thing. But it isn’t true is it? Everyone takes uniqueness and incorporates it in some way or the other in them. It’s like common camouflage of personality. Everyone is hidden under blankets of versions of others camouflaging their true self. But then was there ever a true self to begin with?


Perceptions threaded with time, paradigms becoming biased with strongly opinionated people, and the procession of such biased belief succeeding and being inherited through generations. Going with this belief is known as ‘common sense’, going against the odds of it, is mutiny against your predecessors which lead to being called a traitor of belief, or a perpetrator of disbelief. How common do you find people in favor of such defiance, unless some witty powerful human of influence comes to say otherwise?  How often do we see something like that happen?

Sometimes theories by people, who have learnt and practiced a certain subject, are widely accepted. Their area of expertise is that subject of consultation and asking their opinion is what we think is the ultimate source of knowledge and result we can get about that subject. But their intellectual capacity is restricted to a certain amount. They might know out of the ‘ordinary’ about the subject but will never know everything about it. But with power comes pride, and with pride, comes influence. A person’s pride reflects influence and that pride is what gives confidence to the subject’s existence/non-existence.

Nowadays word of mouth is taken more seriously than ever. Nobody will accept something someone says from a person who most people don’t know, more than accepting something someone says from a person who most people do know. The power that is being mentioned here comes through a vast connection of people and sources that might intend to lead us on a path because they want us to follow it.  All paths are lead by someone, and all paths guide, are illuminated by knowledge and are also a source of common biasness. Most people, without considering the rights and wrongs of the path, will tend to follow it, because they know most people who are following it. Irrational biasness I would call it. Rather unwise, impulsive and risky.

In case scenarios of ‘Irrational Biasness’ religions, societal standards, culture, tradition, political point of views are all what confine our course of action to follow a directed path, even language. We speak a language, made by us that we have naturally come to believe in. We were taught the language we speak in because it is commonly accepted, because it is what ‘most’ people speak. We cannot create a new word in the language to make our point because we are not experts because those who first communicated this language very well seemed to be! We cannot come up with a language of communication today because people don’t usually come up with it or more or less, won’t understand it, therefore we shouldn’t. Honestly speaking, we are not even sure of how our language came into being because it just did. Ever thought how phone could have been spelled as ‘fone’ because it sounds like an ‘F’, how puns, adjectives, idioms and other dramatic/grammatical devices established by early communicators or later language experts might exist, but words we create based on logical connections will be grammatically incorrect because they are not widely accepted and so, cannot be incorporated in our language? That is how the world really works. At one time among the most all time dim-witted quotes was one stated by the US commissioner of Patents in 1899, Charles H. Duell: “Everything that can be invented, has been invented”. But considering how the order of biasness works in language, could it be more efficient to say that “What could have been defined in language, has been defined in language?” (In context of spelling and grammar) Not so dim-witted in this context, is it?

You can see or hear, how these set principles and standards in our languages only, like spellings and grammar, are what we have come to believe in because a few people defined them as what they are, and without reason we have to accept them as they are because, you’ll be going against common sense if you didn’t. And what is common sense? Common sense is what people commonly believe, which might be irrational or unreasonable, but what has come to be accepted generally because most people have come to accept it; ‘biasness’, in other words.  But then as Dan Brown said it, “Wide acceptance of an idea is not proof of its validity.” Yet we seem to think otherwise.

It’s a simple idea.  We are born inclined to biasness that never was defined as to why we should follow such course of action that most people follow. Never were we given a reason to be inclined to what we are made to be following, because, perhaps it didn’t seem to be necessary at the time, and yet, when such biasness comes in the form of conflicting ideologies within societies, where one doesn’t agree with the other, they say “We are not inclined to do what others our doing. So what if they are doing it, it doesn’t mean that we should too.” How often has that sentence played the role of dictating our lives?  It is now what I define as ‘denial.’ We were taught to be biased and then we are told that we shouldn’t be? We were taught to irrationally become biased, and now we are told that we should have a reason to be? Inclined and having a birth right to be irrationally biased doesn’t mean we lose the capacity to reason with our purpose, ideas, actions, words and reactions. It’s just that, when some biased concept doesn’t convince us very much, we move on to another trail of purpose which might be someone else’s biased track, but for us it might temporarily satisfy our context of inquiry on terms of reason and curiosity. Never forget the fact that one form of rationality for us might not be biased but for someone else it might be, therefore we should realize, that the biasness trap we have already fallen into, which exists throughout the perimeter of this Earth, is defined differently for everyone, and there are grounds of rationality and irrationality that exists within them, which we should seek and find in order to satisfy the contextual inquiry of rationality in one’s belief.

Quaid-e-Azam’s birthday

“My message to you all is of hope, courage and confidence. Let us mobilize all our resources in a systematic and organized way and tackle the grave issues that confront us with grim determination and discipline worthy of a great nation.” Muhammad Ali Jinnah.


This man’s grace, elegance and determination is what truly inspires me. Happy Birthday to the father, founder and faithful servant of our nation.

The Plate Life Serves.

Life always serves you those unusual encounters, unforgettable mistakes and unexpected perceptions that strike a hard blow to every step you take in life. Keeping that in mind, misconceptions about your self are served as the entrée,  regrets as the main course and misery for dessert. If you’re ready to feed on these things for all your life, you probably might end up being drunk. That is what people end up getting when they have all these things on Life’s plate.

With all the time in the world you think there is not enough time. With every mistake you make, you feel this is the end and there is nothing beyond it. You think you could have done better,  when sometimes better is not even enough. In any situation your satisfaction is all the fuss. We think that if we are not satisfied,  our life will be ruined and all the decisions will end up giving catastrophic results. That is how we overly dramatize our life to be, when that is the irony of life! The road to life does not stop at a dead end. You have to take a turn at every stop and if you plan on going the straight way, then I would advise you  to stop right there, take a u-turn and go back where you started. That’s when the perception of life being a straight road shifts to being a maze that causes bewilderment, confusion and perplexity. Now that doesn’t fit in on your daily schedule of going on a straight road! But that’s the thing you don’t seem to get. You can’t eat something sweet and sugary all your life as you’ll end up getting diabetes. Or something savory and spicy all your life because you’ll end up getting acidity. You need to maintain that balance on life’s plate in order to prevent those conditions. There needs to be that sweet flavoring and fiery seasoning balance. It doesn’t get the pleasure out of you if you don’t feel excited, anguished or joyful towards something served before you. That’s the adventure you should crave for!! That’s the excitement you are expected to ignite in your self! And that’s the acceptance you should be ready to make!

Despite the fact that life is unexpected, you still are the one who decides what goes on your plate. Nobody else has the right to decide what goes on your plate. You alone make this decision and you alone are to go by it.
Your plate shouldn’t consist of distress, misery or something that you regret having. It should make you feel happy, excited and something that you feel is worth having. So now then, can I take your order? 😉

“The real tragedy is of the man who never in his life braces himself for his one supreme effort-he never stretches to his full capacity, never stands up to his full stature.”

Arnold Bennett.

Hello world!

I was tired of this automated message hanging around my blog which I didn’t seem to edit at the time:(I don’t know why), well I am doing it now, so all is good.
Why did I start blogging, well it was firstly just for journalism assignments and my teacher told me to. Yes I know the ‘the teacher told me’ has gotten a bit cliche. But really I didn’t really care at the time. Just a one time thing I supposed. And really I am not a regular blogger even today. I just randomly blog once in a while.Its good. Fun. A good use of time. But I am planning on doing it on a regular basis. Lets see if I can keep up to it. If not, you will still see me once in a while. Though I am not sure how long that ‘while’ will be. 😛