Diverge

I want to live my life in the most possible unconventional way. No scripts. Changing and adapting, then changing again, to experience the purity of every diverse choice out there.

Living unconventionally doesn’t guarantee happiness or success. Things could become better, or even worse. It’s a risky venture.

But hey, you only live once. I’d rather risk it for maximum crazy experience.

Trade

There’s always a better choice. But sometimes looking for better can make things worse.

Accepting what you have is a healthy option. But it doesn’t mean you don’t a better plate.

At some point in life you have to trade-off. It’s up to you what you want to put up for trade.

Effort

Imagine you’re in a boat with some people. All of a sudden you notice a hole in the center of the boat from where water is leaking in to the boat slowly. You warn the others. They all ignore your warnings, saying that it’s nothing to worry about. So what do you do? You remain ignorant or start throwing out the water and fix the hole?

This is something which is happening today. Whether it is on the global scale like climate change or maybe something in your locality which needs fixing. There are some people who remain ignorant, while others do something to bring change.

There’s no way to just save the right people and just let the ignorance perish away. When we see some people not contributing to a group, we get frustrated and stop working altogether hurting everyone’s chances in long run.

All you could hope is your efforts will change people’s mind and melt their hearts.

Order

There is a fine line between freedom and chaos.

Why cannibalism is bad for human society? If we put moral ethics aside,we do eat meat of other species then what’s wrong with eating human meet?

Well simply because it will create more chaos than freedom.More fear than rejuvenation.And more dread than the end of the world.