Psychology: Infinity of Uncertainty
Coiled in his confusion, every breath blessed him with another moment towards diffusion.
Every passing beat, a new chance to overcome defeat or away towards retreat. In this choice, he found a vanishing hold on life’s folds.
That no matter how sure of his option, he would always find every door as a new decoction.
Absorbing life’s turmoils, he soared in a plethora of poisons, thinking of them as potions.
Either he realizes his denials, or he succumbs to his sensual sensorials, but at the end, his destination is only as trivial as his trials.
Our Clarity Depends on Our Insanity
Every is so simple when it’s single. It’s how we see as children. Nothing makes sense, but everything makes sense because of it. But the more we tie two and two together, again and again, it becomes simply complex. This idea that we will understand if we relate one to another allows us to understand by pushing it away from us. And while we may understand one we may lose the idea of another.
It’s always simpler when we don’t know. There’s a truth to that. And we will never know. But at the end of the day, it’s not the truth we search for but peace.
We all have a subtle piece of insanity. How much we harbor and express depends on our personality. Some may let it rule their lives. Others may use it to find paradise. But then there are some who dissect its hive, to its very surmise, enough to understand that there really is a new world of learning in the incomprehensive, and we will keep going till our demise.
There is a beauty in simplicity. Yet there is a fascination in the complexity. And when we tie them together we find life.
There’s Always Two Sides to a Story
We think we’re always right. And from our individualistic points, we may be right. Without any other points, we can’t be wrong. The lack of evidence keeps us neutral. But we when we test ourselves versus other variables can we understand the solution. In the end, some find peace in righteousness, while others search for enlightenment because there is no truth without predicament.
Men are too carefree, too rash, but things do indeed take time. They lie to themselves about their own feelings. This concots doubt in others, leading them to mistrust themselves. We want something and we put our mind to it, without understanding the repercussions of certain consequences.
Women are too fast to judge because they feel first. They don’t give themselves the right amount of time to think things through. Our first impressions are hardly are last if we are true to our own convictions. We want answers to our questions and so catch on the first glimpse.
This isn’t to say one or the other is bad, there are many variables that bring out the misrepresented within us. It’s more about understanding our flaws and knowing that we do make mistakes. And that’s okay as long as we can lessen them and work on our strengths.
There is femininity in all of us, forced to be suppressed whether male or female. That emotional side in all of us is forced to be burned away hence why we stop understanding and focus on judging. But give yourselves the time to think and feel both.
Mindset to Mindful
Ambitions have their toll on us, but bring out the troll in us. When we get consumed, that cynicism comes out as sarcasm. It’s how we channel one feeling to another. It’s this lack of femininity that churns us to forget all empathy, turning objectivity into a twisted sense of justice. This is just one way in how in our quest to understand better, we throw away the basics of humanity. So yes, while simplicity is as simple as complexity in nature, there is a depth or a spread to the factors which needs a sense of ambiguity so that we’re open to diversity.
There is never a one size fits all solution because neither are we meant to sit in a box nor does the box ever sit still. It can be surrounded by a desert, ocean, forest among other fauna and flora, and the tools which connect us all. The box can come in all shapes, colors, sizes, transparency. It’s more about understanding how our box syncs with ourselves and how we can use that interpretation to grow. There may be many people around you, many flowers of different patterns and colors, and different horses which all explain how you see people. But it’s important to understand that we all have a storm, whether it’s minuscule or majuscule, it’s about knowing where we stand in relation to it and how we tackle it and fuel our joules.
If your box is transparent, not only do you see everything around you, but you see yourself as close as possible. You see the world through your own internal and external selves. But yes, some people may have it simpler with an opaque yellow box. Then you resonate with your child-like friendly self and are empowered by it and seek that adventure.
You may have many organisms around you, inviting you to color yourself in each one. Or you may have just one of each, expressing your sincere solitude. We keep what we want around us. It may not always be so evident, yet it’s always apparent.
But lastly, we all have a storm. The more ambitious you are, the storm will be bigger. Not because you have more problems, but because you’ll always feel there is something to overcome. There will be a core conundrum, and it will always change itself to suit your curiosity and outcome. It’s easier if you understand that your problems are always tied to your capacity to solve yourself.
From Inside to Insight
From how I see myself, I like to do a lot. And I think that can become a problem, whether it’s not doing enough at one time, or not reaching certain goals over time. But it’s important to learn to give yourself time. Let’s face it, we can’t ever do everything, but it’s better to do some things and eventually reach a point where we feel we did something.