Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Society, World peace and The Absolute Truth

It has been a great weekend with a hell lot of good movies back to back. Started by the awesomest, must watch ‘District 9, followed by ok types ‘Ugly truth’, a decent but clichéd ‘The proposal’, a good hindi comedy after a long time ‘All the Best’ and repeat watch of the greatest script ever written ‘The man from earth’. But the one which was the topic of the weekend was Woody Allen’s ‘Whatever works’.

It was my first woody Allen movie and I am really cursing myself to miss all his work for such a long time. It’s going to be Woody Allen movie weekend in not so distant future. The thing which attracted me most was the way he describes the Society. he has this unique approach towards the norms of society which are imposed on us and we follow them like a pet animal without arguing about it. Whosoever do, we tag them as crazy and put them on bloody pills.

Me and my friend Mudit started discussion around 12 in the night continued till 4:30 in the morning. The discussion started with the theory that all the wars/uprising/revolution has occurred to attain equality. Two groups in society, one group harassing other and latter one revolting. Same old story. But the great thing is we are still nothing close to attain that. The imbalance is the inherit property of the nature and we should accept it.

The other thing was, there has been terrorism in all the centuries in one form or the other. Today it is terrorism, before that it was fascism, colonialism, crusade etc. The thing is whatever we do, this will not end. This is inherent nature of our species. If we curb terrorism, then something else will crop up. So don’t expect ‘World Peace’. Just pass your lifetime and enjoy the life while you can.

Now coming back to society. I believe society is the greatest conspiracy of the world. I read one article in which it was mentioned that etiquettes was imposed by the ‘higher class’ people to distinguish from the society. It started at that time and by now we all accept that fact that it is civilized to eat using fork. Just be logical for a sec and think, how can you judge a people with the thing whether he eats by fork or hand. It is goddamn food meant to be eaten.

The roots of this conspiracy are so deep that we don’t even feel rational to question them. Let me give you one more example.My friend was playing a guitar and suddenly he stopped playing and told me it was a wrong note. I thought on this issue and realized that how it would have occurred. Sometime back in 1200 AD, 10 people met. 1 played some music which he likes. The rest 9 of them disliked it. They tagged it as wrong note and it continued century to century because some bunch of morons who were in majority decided so. How the fuck can you judge the music. It’s all based on perspective. I believe all the rules, regulation and notions are the opinion of the people who were in majority at certain time when these were originated. But decision of majority doesn’t make the opinion of minority wrong. One thing which always amazes me is that we create so much hype on human murder but none of them says anything against murder of chicken. Who are we to decide that human life is more valuable than the chicken’s life.

Then we came on the final part of our discussion. THE ABSOLUTE TRUTH.

In our life everything is relative. Let it be happiness, pain, hunger, thirst. I mean everything ranging from your feel to wealth, love to education, success to failure. Nothing is absolute. Now if you notice there is only thing which is absolute that “NOTHING IS ABSOLUTE”. Is this the truth what we search throughout our life.

We felt so enlightened that night.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009


Monday, October 12, 2009

The Tune She Hums

I have been a decent music lover since my high school. One of the greatest things about this passion is that your life gets chronologically attached to the specific songs. For example: Vikas bhalla covers grade 7-9, stereo Nation takes grade 10, Sathiya was on in 11th and Lucky Ali in grade 12th similarly every old song remind me of certain phase of my life.

Later the addiction increased and the theme music of certain things started putting tag on my life. The best tag has been the starting music of ‘How I met your mother’. This reminds me the greatest days of my life. The days when I was with the biggest assholes of the world. The days when we used to collect 5 bucks from 7 people, Marlboro was the luxury, minute maid was a dream and Idli-sambhar was the destiny.

So coming back to the tune part. Last week HIMYM started airing again and the same tune was there. So many things started flashing again. Damn those days.

The week was followed by a reunion in Bangalore. But it is an accepted fact now that the reunion is never going to be complete. Everyone will never be together again. This time it was sajal, sumedh, Vipul, Rajat, Jadoo and achar missing but luckily lot of people were there. Trust me, reunion is such a bad idea when you have to come alone back to Chennai. The trip was way too awesome. But trust me, the huge spending ( 11k mine and 18k Ravi) will never ever give the feel of those days. Fuck this money!

Anyways it was a great meet. Usually great Anshul’s butt-Fucking session, Kshitiz’s “ OOOO Naaaa” [My dear cousins, Please buzz me for more details on OOO NAA], HRC, Absolute, VAT 69, UB city etc etc. But I have made a note to myself to avoid reunions until I am in Chennai.

SPARKS rocks

OOO NAA double Rocks!!

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Random facts

These are some of the facts i came across on Google search:

You have less of a chance being killed by a falling piano then you do of being adopted by Angelina Jolie....statically speaking ( Courtesy: Abstruse goose).

Did she has any Indian kid???

Aiken et al. (2002) reported that for every patient added to a nurse’s workload, the patient’s risk of dying within 30 days of admission increased 7% (link)

Now take a sec and Imagine Indian Government hospitals and calculate your survival probability

What i was doing on abstruse goose: well, i was just working in office.

And what about Medical Journal: That was some serious fun.