Wednesday, November 24, 2010

rumbling crumbling: Intermission

Was reading the last post ... rumbling crumbling 2 .... It seemed to the reader in the blogger that, the words are flying in circles ... creating a cone of a wind ... something that is also called a tornado. The blogger had once seen a television series titled "Chasing a tornado". Seemed pretty futile, since it really couldn't be chased away! It wrecks what comes in its way nonetheless.  Remembering that tv series, the blogger decided to stop chasing the tornado within. (Learning in such an ubiquitous act!) The fury of the tornado can not really be 'chased' away with either words or mere contemplation.

The blogger is attempting to chart out a self-therapeutic method to deal with that not-so-smooth-flying-superman-called-anger. Words and ideas are good, but not really great until one really deciphers the implication of them. (See, I am back to word-pouncing again!!!!)

3 comments:

Somdatta Bhattacharya said...

May I ask what has caused the temper to flare up? Something that someone else did/said, or something about your own self?

Shiuli said...

You did embark on an interesting topic of the power of 'anger'.....you are right about it being a tornado of destruction. Anger without compassion most certainly is. However anger does have an element of creation, such as, casting aside the old and bringing in new forms....its a fine line, I guess.

Susmita said...

@Somdatta: nothing personal except proactive thinking about controlling something .. more in the lines that Shiuli charted ...

@Shiuli: I forgot to mention that the post is not concluded here :) the tornado is as much the anger as is the theorising of it ... i stopped theorising ... hope to see your response to the actual concluding part of the series on anger ... :)