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"I maintain that Truth is a pathless land, and you cannot approach it by any path whatsoever, by any religion, by any sect. Truth, being limitless, unconditioned, unapproachable by any path whatsoever, cannot be organized; nor should any organization be formed to lead or to coerce people along any particular path. You must climb towards the Truth. It cannot be 'stepped down' or organized for you." - author: Jiddu Krishnamurthi

Thursday, September 16, 2004

The observer and the observed...

I've always like to observe people around me to understand them better and know what they feel. In doing this i've developed a sort of sixth sense that allows me to guess things or even to know what people think of me when they look at me. Some people are surprised by this while others don't even seem to bother. But I think that i'm learning a part of human psychology by myself, through living experience. I don't think i'm discovering new things, i'm only discovering them as I live my everyday life in relationship with people without anyone having to tell me what it is.

Living itself is to be related, if one were not to be related to anyone in any manner and thus don't have any interaction with others, this would merely be life. One is afraid to be alone in this world, cause loneliness is significant to not living by the human mind. When there's is no interaction of the mind with other living creatures, the mind does not feel secure or it rather does not feel like it's alive. Its only when another respond to one's actions that one feels like living. The feeling of insecurity brought by loneliness can bread several conditions in the mind that would in some way or the other be projected outwardly, through one's reaction and behaviour. Everything that is inner becomes the outer. Thus every single person reveals his/her inner through their behaviour in society. So all you have to do is just to know when and how to observe this behaviour because in society, one may fabricate his/her behaviour just to suit the environment, to give the impression of being something else. Living in society has become for many like acting in a real life film, where one intentionally does not project the real personality of oneself. One tends to project the image of a slightly or in some cases much modified image of oneself. Thus it becomes more difficult to observe one's reaction in any given environment. But to err is human, when one is within an appropriate situation or environment, the acting of being someone else gradually ceases and the true personality is revealed. This moslty happen when one feels secure and feels like there's no need to project any kind of image on oneself. This can also happen accidentally when one is talking in an enthusiatic manner where emotions are in play. Because when one is under the influence of what we call emotions, the words that come from the mind to express certain feelings are almost true. Unless of course one is a real master in the art of projecting fabricated outward feelings and behaviour. But I believe that every single person has a psychological weakness, after all its the mind we are talking of here and to begin with observers should become the observed...


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