Somewhere along the road of this growing up business, things started to lose their defined shapes and begin to blend into one another. I believe it happened by accident and not design. Like the road to hell, this one is also paved with good intentions.
Lesson of the Day: There is no right and wrong.
Or good and bad.
Basically, it is like flipping a coin. These days, everything feels like a coin flip. What most of us fail to notice is that it doesn’t matter if its heads or tails. What matters is the side we chose.
The act of flipping a coin is a poetic coming together of the random and the purposeful. Although the choice made is arbitrary at best, you still chose.
Human agency on one side, natural forces on the other. Perfectly balanced. There is something beautiful about this equation.
So, there is no right or wrong, good or bad, but just a choice of heads or tails.
[There is no right or wrong, good or bad – it is just our wishful thinking that there should be such defined divides.]