Translate 'As Time Flies'

July 20, 2013

The Pointed Circle



This is more of a narration than an article based on random thoughts, conjured up just to fulfill a writer’s fixation .Some of it is observations of an individual who consciously or subconsciously observed the very surroundings of his point of existence. It is not a life story as it is mere a part of the long journey borne by me which s rationalized for the purpose of clear understanding and meaningful interpretation.
As with each and every individual, my first lessons were imparted right at home. Here we are not discussing mere intricacies of academia but the never ending and enlightening course of life and in that wholesome atmosphere of love, care and occasional scare one get to study so many aspects of life from elders as well as toddlers. It’s totally up to you to acknowledge it as lesson or just let it pass by as mere another event in process of existence.
 One can say that radius may have increased but circle was still intact. and here in this wholesome atmosphere of love, care and occasional scare one get to study so many aspects of life from toddlers and elders alike. It’s totally up to you to acknowledge it as lesson or just let it pass by as mere another event in process of existence.
In my case I chose former and it helped me a lot. It didn’t make me smarter but definitely helped me chose smarter choices. Each person in our mostly eccentric life is like a point. They behave as loci and we as the center. In lower classes we were taught about family tree, but I like to argue here that why not a family circles. A family tree is a dominating view of nature where as a circle depicts coexistence. I have seen many parents act as either lines or trees and few are more stable and forms square and triangle(in countries like china ) but none the less circle is the most stable for that give most of the characterization needed for overall development of person .
Let me define this geometry of life so this jargon like syntax can be easily absorbed. A line is a relationship where parents put there younglings at par, over provided and treat them similar to an adult. Just like a line such scenario usually has two outcomes, the extreme cases. The treatment and environment to which the child is subjected either makes him or her role model or an ever demanding black hole sucking away all that was desired of him that and become nuisance for everyone including self.
Square, rectangle, triangle these all shapes represent families that are closely bound but some dots are still left off due to one reason or other. There are edges and vertices that represent the authority and the clash of viewpoints respectively. There is no gap because of missing entities but there loss can’t be countered. This may leave some room for some confusion.
The most historic and most prevalent structure is graph or tree structure. This structure openly declare the dominating and authoritative right of branch (parent node) on the future of the leaves (child node). Not only this but also the premature understanding of inherited legacy in the child is also a byproduct of this structure. This structure was most secured in in times of aristocracy and great social divide when nobles and other high and mighty need to maintain their lineage. As for general Populace this is very tricky as there have to be a balance of respect and fear for elders for such structure to prevail. Also this structure is automatically a part of other structures in diluted form as noble or not there is always a lineage to carry forward.
The most stable structure is that of circle. Here each participant is a center as well as  loci for other participant. Each participant whether elder or child is influenced by each other and at the same time carrying their individuality. This helps in understanding life from the very beginning when we were nothing but just another (ready to be marked) point in circle.

No comments

Post a Comment

Don't leave without an impression of your thoughts on what you just read or saw. It is an essential fuel for this blog.

Subscribe Now!

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Catch them in Air via Reader

Ira's bookshelf: read

Dove
Dreams from My Father
Northanger Abbey


Ira's favorite books »