September 17, 2006

my thoughts after reading "Fight club"

“Is tyler my bad dream or am I Tylers”
This signature line from fight club echoes the very duality of our existense. Are we defined by our memories or are our memories defined by us? What makes us real? Can u call a reflection an imaginary thing just because it does not exist in our plane of existence? Are we a reflection of our reflection; our existense defined by the existense of the reflection.
When I walk away from a mirror does my reflection cease to exist or does it shrink away into an alternate universe where left is right?
Are we real and if so define reality without any points of reference. Define reality without referencing it to other events ,creating the snake which swallows its own tail…receding into oblivion…falling into an abyss of multiple consciousnesses and zero consciousness where our existense itself is imperiled…I think therefore I am
What happens when I cease to think…am I not or am I???
If existense is defined by thought, then I could be a figment of someones imagination, my world with all its rules, wars , rapes murders could be some childs nightmare….

unseen thoughts

Some feelings are better left unsaid,
some poems better off unread.

September 01, 2006

Lets make this post an interactive one. look at the image on the right and try to think of what emotions come when u look at it. then compare it with my view of it.if yours was different i would love to hear about it

I made this "digital painting"(well this is my blog and i can call my pathetic effort a painting if i want to) when I was feeling especially depressed about the condition India is in nowaday's. It was made a day before Independence Day.This was supposed to represent the Indian youth on two levels:-

1>the flag on the upper level symbolises the patriotism we all claim to have.

2>the " desert" in the background was supposed to symbolise the desertion of our own country by the youth of today instead of fighting for it.

So do express your views about it.