Middle


Life lies in the middle; from birth to death. What happens in between stays there, there’s no transcendence. Rights and wrongs, good and evil are man made and perceived. Good is either bad bound to a promise or bad is good without restraint. While we struggle being objective and subjective, purpose and meaning are created as justifications for what one does and goes through.

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  1. dharkanein says:

    I couldn’t agree more with you. These two lines are my perception too…”Rights and wrongs, good and evil are man made and perceived.”
    “Good is either bad bound to a promise or bad is good without restraint.”

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    1. Thanks man. 🙂

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  2. very true…purpose and meaning has to be created and found…it is there, but needs conscious work:)

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  3. Roshni says:

    “purpose and meaning are created as justification for what one does and goes through”…. I second that!!

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    1. I’m glad you do. Thanks. 🙂

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  4. Birth and life and everything in between with yourj insightful post. 💖

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    1. I try, ma’am. 😃

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      1. You do well at it! 🤗🌷

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          1. I’m glad, thanks. 💖🤗

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  5. akshita1776 says:

    Quite insightful and poigant!

    Looks like you’re enlightened today😛

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    1. I’m enlightened everyday, in all the wrong ways. 😃

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  6. Everything in between life and death is a dash that we are bound to fill.
    Nice post Bharath!

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    1. What’s keeping you awake? You’re supposed to sleep at 1 AM. 😂😂

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      1. I was studying.

        I guess this was my fastest comment on your blog 😅

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  7. Nawazish says:

    Quite insightful babua! The thing between birth and death is complicated🤣🤣

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    1. Yeah as complicated as you are 😛

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