Apr 28, 2009

Unanswered


Over time,he drifted away from her.He would remember her face everyday and the time they'd spent but the time he gave to this was stifled over time. He knew not whether he was of any importance to her or just another acquaintance but he held on to hopes of the former.He tried to tell himself that he mattered but on the day she left him without saying a word,he knew.The build-up to this had been far from hidden.The fights,the loss of passion,the oblivion.It all dawned upon him now that she had gone.He had always admired her beauty though he now found out that she had never been able to read or write.That did not change things.He now understood her.She had never opened up to him or anyone her whole life but here she was,fully revealed to only him.The others who were to decide her fate did so at the girl they knew at face value.Can we ever blame someone who is unaware of how blatantly they are being manipulated?The innocent are framed for things they do not even do and some are too ashamed of their inability to retort or stand up for themselves.They suffer for no fault of theirs.They are scarred for life and cannot heal the wounds.The dead do not come back so even if the innocent are imprisoned,nothing comes of it.
The morality of fellow humans is tested by people holding a piece of paper that allows them to do so.One should stop and test their own morality first before pointing fingers.It is so easy to pass on the brunt of the blame but to take it on behalf of everybody involved knowing that it could cost you your life,brave!Morality is the highest standard for human behavior. But you can not understand what is moral before you understand human behavior and what is good and what is right. It is also based upon self-understanding because if you do not understand yourself, you will not be able to understand others, their behavior and the nature of being human. It is human nature that creates what we are and our rules for behavior.
There is a story called "Punishment" by Tagore in which conflicting emotions of a girl,framed for murder,by her own loved ones,leads her to the noose by her own will.How do people live with a safe conscience knowing that their doings have cost someone their life?I wish I had answers to questions like that.Or what is the value of being alive?I've tried my best to analyse human beings and figure out these things but in vain.Even Google doesn't have the answers.If you do,please tell me!

8 comments:

Bob said...

Indeed questions like these are impossible to answer! Your reflections are way too deep for Google to answer. I think it's best to personally think about it and get the answers through our experiences in life. :D

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ssgreylord said...

your writing is so poignant and filled with such sweet sorrow. you are truly gifted...

rohini said...

thanks..i liked your blog too..the first one the most though..My life as it was,is and will be...couldn't relate to the toughen up the kids one..lol..thanks anyway..take care

CathM said...

Thoughtful and reflective musings. Lots to ponder :)

iLLukin mYztiKa said...

is getting across to you a difficult paraphrase of time and moments ??? tried reaching you at BlogCatalog !

MENTALLY DIMINISHED said...

I find mixtures of different kinds of emotions and I like it …. :P

blackshilo said...

You certainly have a way with words for one so young..very talented

Rohini said...

Bob,the google bit was to lighten the mood..i shall do that..Thank you.
To the rest,Thanks a lot!! :)