J is for Jumble: Day-10

“Life is like a jigsaw puzzle with thoughts being the jumbled pieces and its outcome depends only on the way you arrange the pieces of this puzzle one by one in order.”

Our life is a puzzle, with puzzle pieces being different time frames and situations. We have to be active and observe the pattern between them. We have to take actions according to that and have to wait for the fruitful outcome. We cannot change the pieces of our life, but we can change the situations by being optimistic during dark times and bringing different outcome out of it, a bright one. Life is nothing but a lifeless path if not lived with struggles. Struggles may be mental, situational, spiritual, personal or social. It takes one positive angle to jumble all the bad pieces into a good outcome of the puzzle.

When it comes to solve this puzzle, the jumbled pieces are also our thoughts. Yes, they are jumbled and not in order which makes our life order less. Just by governing our thoughts and directing them towards our purpose and goal, we can make our life more productive and effective. It requires sheer confidence to face the challenges and the dark times. It is all about resilience, the ability to bounce back when you hit the bottom. It is the comeback from a situation and arranging things back in the order.

And sometimes our missing pieces of puzzle are stored in the people we come across. We learn from them and take this piece from them and arrange in our life to gain back the order. That’s why unity is important. To become whole, to become complete. Life is the all about finding pieces and arranging back them in order to make it worth living.

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I have been juggling a lot of things from April, after returning from the trip of Rajasthan. I am still to settle back to normal life after coming home. May be that’s why I am not able to read and interact much, recently. Just have to arranges things, the missing pieces, the jumbled pieces back in order.

This is my entry for A to Z challenge . It is already day 10 and it is on the letter ‘J’. ‘J’ is for Jumble. Rearrange the jumbled pieces in order.

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Coming to the challenge, as the name itself says it is very challenging. On every day of month April, except Sundays, which makes it to 26 days, each participant should publish a post relating to the letter corresponding to the number of the day thus completing all the 26 alphabets. For example on day 1, the post should be on something related on letter A, on the second day it should be related to B and this goes on. Exciting? Isn’t it?

And as always, thanks for reading. Just hope that your jumbled pieces arrange back in order to make it meaningful. Have a great week ahead.

I is for Identity and Illusion: Day-9

“Identity is often mistaken with name and appearance. Illusion is often considered as universal and real.”

What is identity in your opinion? I mean when we talk about identity we should also talk about identical. Where as identical is about the quality of things having similarity or having something in common, Identity is the term used to identify people so that we can mark an individual distinguishable from others.

For example if I ask who is Albert Einstein, most of people will easily recognize him by his name and his identity appears in front of them. So is identity just a name? For another instance, if I show you a set of photos and tell to recognize people in it, still most of people will recognize the picture of Albert Einstein in it. So is just identity our face?

We have never seen Albert Einstein in real, but still we can identify him. How? Because there is a similarity between what you were taught before and what I have asked now! Yes, now we are coming to the point. Is identity a perception? I mean is identity just a matching algorithm of what we know already and what we are been asked for! Is identity just a thought? If we go with above mentioned scenarios, then I think identity is just an illusion. There is no particular identity for us. Our identity changes with change in our thoughts. We are all still seeking for the real identity which is dynamic, but also the real purpose. Is our life itself a diversion to divert us from the truth we are all seeking for!

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Is our life an illusion? I mean what if we are feeling, doing, seeing are just happening within the mind of ourselves and we are unaware of it. Are we all living in one supreme brain and we all are just different point of views of this universal brain. We all know better that when we close our eye we see nothing and when we open it we see our surroundings. Then who knows that our eyes may be internally wired to show what’s going inside rather than outside, but to deviate us from truth we are given eyes on outside. Now apply the above assumption to the theory just mentioned above it. When we close our eyes, we see nothing because there is nothing outside but when we open we can see because everything is inside.

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I don’t want to confuse you more. I got this idea today morning and it took hours to make it into a readable one. I mean we all are seeing the same internal brain installed inside, but from different angles, that’s why our opinions differ. That’s why we all have different identities. That’s why we all have different ideas about it. That’s we refer God by so many names! Who knows? The term everything is inside should not be taken literally, I mean it should be taken as spiritually. Everything we need is inside. Everything we seek for is inside. We all are unaware of the mysteries of this world. I am not saying what I got as an idea is true, its just an idea after all. Your ideas on this are also welcome. The post is on I, where I is for ideas too.
This is my entry for A to Z challenge . It is already day 9 and it is on the letter ‘I’. ‘I’ is for Identity and Illusions. Hope you liked it.

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Coming to the challenge, as the name itself says it is very challenging. On every day of month April, except Sundays, which makes it to 26 days, each participant should publish a post relating to the letter corresponding to the number of the day thus completing all the 26 alphabets. For example on day 1, the post should be on something related on letter A, on the second day it should be related to B and this goes on. Exciting? Isn’t it?

And as always, thanks for reading. Keep researching on your, I mean our identity. It is the true purpose of our life, otherwise an illusion. Wishing you a great week ahead.