Pose or Purpose? 

Pose is showing others what we pretend to be & what they want us to become.
Purpose is showing your own self what you are & what you want to become.

Have you ever felt as if you are living life the way others want you to be or the way others tell is the only way to live life. We all feel this way sometime or the other. This is a feeling sent by universe to change your direction. But we feel this as a common thing and ignore it. Once this message dissolves in our brain, again we involve ourselves in worldly matters.

How artificial our thoughts have become in this world. Only for the sake of surviving, we have embraced sensual pleasures, possessions, fake identity, false security and masked intentions. We have given up our purpose of living. In the name of technology our own spiritual powers have been stolen. We have become servants of technology. Our desires tripled and their bank balances too. Everyone is out there to show others how happy and rich they are, when in fact they are so poor that they want others’ attention to feel rich. Whenever I see people here spending thousands of rupees for the name sake, but not even a rupee for human sake, I feel as if I am living in hell. It’s about time to make this place a heaven. And it starts with our brain.

Our purpose is to seek the ultimate truth and seek asylum of the very nature. There are many paths through which we can reach the truth, but there is only one ultimate truth. But instead, what we do is mask lie with the name of truth (pose) and accept it as to be the truth. We destroy our own house i.e., our nature and build artificial houses in our brain to justify it. The psychology of humans is at the cross roads now. Even though we have kept our foot on the road of lie, the source of life i.e., truth is still sending us messages through nature. We compare that unique message with mundane world and ignore that message. It’s time to notice that message. Once our thoughts in brain becomes pure, everything starts becoming pure.

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There is still time. Pose is still a pose and before that pose becomes the only purpose, we have to escape from this artificial prison we have created in our brain. Come out. Happiness and bliss have always been here. They were just hiding behind the our selfish intents and human-less actions. Isn’t the feeling of being alive is the ultimate rather than desiring for worldly pleasures. Once think upon it.

Hold the hand of faith and seek for ultimate truth. This journey is full of eternal bliss and happiness. It is up to you, Pose or Purpose? Thanks for reading. Have a great sunday.

19 thoughts on “Pose or Purpose? 

  1. Aishwariya Ramachandran 08/08/2017 / 8:04 pm

    Hi Jackie,

    THIS! THIS! is all that I focus on. 🙂

    Being an excellent human being has to do with all sorts of things other than just what other people need/want a person to do. Spending all your time serving peoples’ needs might make you a worse person, overall, because you’d neglect other important aspects of your character.

    Well written. 🙂

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    • Jackie Jain 03/06/2018 / 11:44 pm

      Yes. We have to know the difference between posing for something and actually doing it purposefully. Thanks for reading. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Sayanti aka Shine 13/04/2017 / 7:15 pm

    Hi, Jackie, loved your philosophical explanation in differentiating pose and purpose. We lose our purpose to pose something that we are not actually. Enjoyed. Have a nice day.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jackie Jain 03/06/2018 / 11:42 pm

      Yes, true that. We all have learnt the act of posing while forgetting the actual purpose. Thanks for reading. 🙂


  3. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder 04/04/2017 / 1:06 am

    Wonderful thoughts, Jackie. We are really becoming slaves to our desires. We pose to show our fake happiness and smile just to make other envious. our true selves are getting lost..amidst the jungle of technology, demand, desire…. perhaps, it’s not too late…

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    • Jackie Jain 03/06/2018 / 11:40 pm

      Yes very true.. We all have become slaves to our desires. We all act as if we are happy. yes, as you say, It’s about time.

      And hey, how are you? I’ve been away from WordPress for around 15 months.

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      • Maniparna Sengupta Majumder 08/06/2018 / 12:49 am

        Oh! Almost one and a half years! How are you, Jackie? I’m fine and have become quite irregular with blogging. I’m really glad to see you back. Hope you’ll post regularly from now on… 🙂

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      • Jackie Jain 08/06/2018 / 11:54 am

        Haha.. Yes Mani.. Almost 1 and half year.. Good to know that you are fine.. Thanks.. I will try.. But as of now, my thoughts have dried.. I also hope to be regular with blogging, but as it’s said, we expect something and then life happens.. Haha..
        Thanks, will try to be regular.. Have a beautiful day Mani.. 😄

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    • Jackie Jain 27/03/2017 / 8:11 pm

      Thank you so much Sridhar sir. How are you? Wish that everything is great with you.

      Good evening sir. 🙂


      • Dr.V.Sridhar 28/03/2017 / 12:53 pm

        Thank you JJ.I am fine and things always look bright and hopeful as long as I do not miss your great blog posts.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Jackie Jain 03/06/2018 / 11:36 pm

        Thank you so much Sridhar sir. You are very kind. 🙂


  4. Akhila 27/03/2017 / 11:07 am

    Escaping from the artificial prison of pose….well said…

    Liked by 1 person

    • Jackie Jain 27/03/2017 / 11:15 am

      Yes, pose holds us captive and blocks us from doing what we want to do. Thank you so much Akhila.. 🙂

      Have a great week ahead. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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