In Suffering – We Trust

Okay, anyone who says you can sleep as much as you can after you die, tell them to go and talk to a full time marketer who has been working with some ad agency for a couple of months now. Of course, its not the job that keeps us up all night, and all day long. Well, to relate with an analogy, its more like the puppies who trouble than the bitch herself.

But then, like seriously, if life is that hard, why do we keep on bringing troubles upon ourselves. What’s up with the need to hit the self destruct button. Is it what we are obsessed with making ourselves suffer? Or is it just like we have been manifested with the proposition – “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”? Perhaps, maybe we like the pain, maybe we are wired that way, because without it, I don’t know, maybe we wouldn’t feel the way we are.

What’s that saying – “Why do I keep hitting myself with a hammer?”… Because it feels so good when I stop!


4 thoughts on “In Suffering – We Trust”

  1. we are masochists in some way-we might be satisfied with a mediocre life if we have enough moral courage but NO-people are more interested in buying a fancy cup rather than merely drinking coffee( the very purpose it is made for) We give in to societal pressure- we weigh our achievements in the scales designed by society that keep on changing with each passing moment. What if people see me as unsuccessful just because I chose to LIVE, sleep n enjoy my personal life-because i chose to be mediocre

  2. It look me a few moments to digest, to evaluate myself in the light of your assertion and then reflect back while gulping a tough ‘avalanche’ of saliva through my throat. Wonderfully said! 🙂

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