We make things converge. The moment we realize that several unconnected ideas have suddenly converged to form a big picture, we are filled with true delight. As human beings, we love it when chaos leads to simplification. It makes us feel at ease. This is in the human nature. We strive for one ‘universal truth’ which can probably be stated in a sentence. We define God to simplify things. We define good and we define bad. We find ourselves running away from chaos, all the time. We have been doing this since generations. That’s how science came into being. And since we haven’t yet succeeded in explaining every thing that happens, a God still exists. The true success of this constant desire to escape chaos would be marked by the day when God would cease to exist. That would be the end of life. Because there won’t be any reason for it. Till then, let us live. And till then, let us keep fighting the chaos.
Philosophy usually breeds when man is either idle or when he is under extreme pressure, loaded with work and stress. On regular days, when we are chirpy and happy, neither too bored of our small indulgences, nor coping up with extremely demanding and pressing scenarios, we forget to think beyond. On regular days, it is immaterial whether God exists or not and if He exists, where does he stay, inside us, outside us, in temples, mosques, other buildings or in an eco-resort in the Himalays. On regular days, it is immaterial how we are living our lives, whether or not we know what we are supposed to do, what is right, what is wrong, etc etc. Such is the beauty of a regular day. What say you?