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Monday, May 10, 2004

What is best for us?

What is best for us, and what is not? Every single being always come to the part where, they are put in a position where they question themselves whether it is suitable for them or not. People say that "we have to try everything to know what we want" but what if the knowing is not what we wanted. The futures itself are mostly blur to any of us as our decision, so how can we ever make it comprehensible enough so that the future is clear enough for any of us to saunter safely. Even so, in every movie, we often see that the actor or actress will say "Follow your heart" and it end with "Happily ever after!" but why is it that when "We follow our heart", we end up "To be concluded!". Then it got me thinking, in any kind of situation, why is it the heart that does the thinking but not the brain. Even with brain, do we have enough data to make a decision that promise minimum risk? Columbus might make an easy decision of "Veni, Vidi, Vici" but why do we "Veni, Vidi, GOD!!! WHAT SHOULD I DO". Anyway, everything comes to our very own decision. Whether it makes us happy, guilty, or even sad, we still have to make the choice. It might not seem that promising, but then again what is best for us since we ourselves don't know what we want.

2 Comments:

Anonymous jess said...

Good post... Strange I tend to follow my brain more than my heart, depends on the person I guess. Best to just make a (random) decision, make the best of the situation, no regrets. Then you learn for next time. Dunno.

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Anonymous ebernie said...

Keith, sometimes you'll come to realize that 'the best situation' is a state of your mind. Positive thinking helps. If you find yourself in a bad situation, remember that things can always be worse. It doesn't actually MAKE your current situation any better but it WILL give you a better state of mind (more relaxed, less stressed) to continue your life and tackle whatever problems you have at hand.

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