Tuesday, 15 November 2011

What kind of product are you?


Have you ever wondered what's your true purpose in this life? 

Have you ever wondered while you're doing next to nothing at your couch, or just laying in front of TV and let it watch you snoring horridly and woke up in the middle of the night, going to toilet, and then thinking that there's nothing that you've achieved until that very moment in your lives other than adding fats on your body or just leveling up in some online games that everyone but you cared less of?


Have you ever felt that you're living in your own world, blissfully unaware that the world which you share with people around you a.k.a reality is so messed up that it can be only be comparable to Futurama's episodes?


Well, sadly I've been there, and done that as well.


For one thing that I've realized in this life is that like me, almost everybody in this God's forsaken earth has their own vision - if not fantasy - in this life. Everyone wants to be someone, wants to do something, wants to accomplish some goals, and most importantly - everyone wants to achieve a degree of satisfaction for their respective life - a so-called purpose of their lives.

And through these dreams and vision, eventually many people strive to achieve it in many different fields and levels. People eventually try to find their true potential and harnessed it for the betterment of the society, or in more proper term to fill in the job spaces that adequate with their talent and skills.

Sadly, even though these so-called "striving for success" theory are so basic that you'll even find them like... everywhere! - even in the Playboy Mags where words are less likely to be given attention - yet in the end, it seems that success only touches just a handful of those dreamers.

 
So where would it be wrong? Does this so-called dream of ours are just a merely fiction, or it's just a "societal opium" that had drugged and make people hallucinating of things that can never be true? Or its just a matter or dealing and placating with our own deficiency? Or they're just merely meant for those who's have the power wealth and influences in order to achieve it?

I'd asked myself all these questions, yet the answer is just a simple NO. After all, all the blaming is not for others except for mine alone.

I was the one who kept doing nothing.
I was the one who kept holding things that I want to do.
I was the one who kept placating myself for believing that there's always more time to finish everything, so just do nothing instead.
I was the one who choose to be a dormant instead of striving to achieve my goals in life.
I was the one who abandoned God's teachings and commandments, yet still imploring for His providence.

So in the end, all of these are just an indication on our levels might be - a justification on what we had done for the past previous years since we have achieved puberty and what result that we had achieved from our memories in contacting with all the things around us. Simply say, what we feel and be right now is the end-product of our own experiences.


So are you a resilient good product, or just a by-product of others that gave no impact to others than your own self? Never stop asking yourself of who you are in this life, and eventually you'll be striving for the best answer that you could imagined. 

But still, what kind of product you are determine your significance in this world - in which eventually results in your level of satisfaction for your life.

Wah! suddenly I'm sounding more of a motivator, like I'm a great product of my own - with the ironical fact that my life is quite in a mess right now - if not totally malfunctioned - and no satisfaction guarantee - with so many delayed assignments etc - with dreams yet to come --

OK WHAT I NEED NOW IS A REBOOT!

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