Interference

Anything that starts with a perception of denouement can become an awkward interpretation. The approach to process such a piece can be exhausting to the mind. An artist perceives it to be the best beginning; from the ideological perspective, the altered sequence provides a glimpse of surreality. For once, it feels that being in a muddled state is necessary to prepare for clarity. What is … Continue reading Interference

Overstretched Confidence

The philosophy of confidence can be stretched way too much over the permissible limit of consciousness. It happens often but we would not notice its effect/after effect after the incident has toppled over the limitations. Who sets those limits? We do- consciously or sub-consciously, we would like to stay within the confines of our knowledge or become a tad overzealous and topple over the bumpy … Continue reading Overstretched Confidence

How Long? Enough to Think

How long can you slouch over the morning and try to repress the lights Sitting erect may become an arduous task due to the immense burden Of the unseen worries, the imagined times of turmoil, and scant hope Dreams that were seeded never had enough opportunity to germinate Feels, like the flickering horizon, is trying to communicate frantically There’s never enough room for the contradictory … Continue reading How Long? Enough to Think

On Poetry and Interpretations

Strong emotions aren’t suitably expressed with weak language. The intensity of poetry is lost in the difference of attitude. The character of such emotions is negated by the use of inadequate language. It becomes arduous to get in touch with the true intention and character of an emotion. They cannot be wasted on the perplexing imagery created with vague words. Protagonists of poetry are the … Continue reading On Poetry and Interpretations

On Reflections

Deficient reflections aren’t handed over with any benevolent intentions They slump ignominiously immediately after passing through the faulty prism All the condemned mirrors multiply the confusion Starting a battle over misinterpreted and overlapped visions Virtuous ones observe in silence as the squabbles consume positive energy The philosophy of the psychological turmoil is distorted in every possible way As contemplations are misshapen by the rough surfaces … Continue reading On Reflections

Interpretations

The psychology of philosophy demolishes many myths of human character: the actions, reactions, choices, justifications, judgments, behaviour, and prejudices. It is obvious that philosophy deconstructing human nature will attract criticism, denial, and outright vilification. The philosopher’s choice of words constructs a credible narrative from deep observation and introspection (necessary to erase any doubt and biased perspective) that can shape the work into some delusional critical … Continue reading Interpretations

Perceptions and Reality

The nature of philosophy evolves from nature itself. By nature, it means the entire existence as a single point of consciousness, from which the concentrated knowledge pulsates at a celestial rhythm. To be aware of that frequency of thought, on has to be silently observant, then sort out the contradictions, eventually contemplating even more to comprehend the purest of language. Building knowledge from mere assumptions … Continue reading Perceptions and Reality