Thursday, September 13, 2007

"This is the beginning of a new day." -What was the aim of my birth?



"This is the beginning of a new day.
You have been given this day to use as you will.
You can waste it or use it for good. What you do today is important
because you are exchanging a day of your life for it.
When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone forever;
in its place is something that you have left behind...
let it be something good."


Author Unknown

Many times in our life we ask and we hear other persons ask: why am I here, in this world? What was the aim of my birth? Some persons look for it all their life. Some of us never can understand it. I know, you agree.

We think we have to do something special, we have to be a sort of Danko or at least Prometeus for the humanity. We study and begin to work with the thought we are special and our life has to serve for a special great Idea.

With time we have many frustrations, we are exhausted from work, necessity to survive, hostility of strange persons. This world don't understands us. Nobody can appreciate our originality. Than we lose those who loved us and maybe those who was our hope for the future.
You know, I think, sometimes we feel very important for us to have children because we hope they'll do what we failed.

I read yesterday a psychological article about education of our kids that said, we play with our children to create the bound with them. I think it's not true.

First of all we do it to turn back to our childhood. In sense, in that time when we had not the weight of responsabilities on our shoulders. To meet that genuine condition of our soul. Because we can hardly continue to live with this weight.

We don't think it's not only way to find that genuine condition. There is an other way. Give joy to other beings. Gift life to other beings.

What I meen?
You see a snake on youe road for your weels. Don't kill it. Pull up, take a stick and put that snake from the road. You are Creator because you gifted the life to a creature even if you don't like it.
And you've created an indestructible bond with your children, too.

2 comments:

  1. I enjoyed reading this.
    "an indestructible bound" must be a typo, right?

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  2. Oh yes, thank you. "connection","bond"

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