Monday, May 22, 2006

Growing up

It leaves me totally baffled when I think how apparently small and seemingly insignificant occurrences have left a profound and lasting impression in this malleable mind. Had life been a bollywood movie, the same would have had all dramatic accompaniments like, say, close-up shots from at least eight different angles or a 360 degree camera swirl capturing all the emotions with a suitably exaggerated intensity.

But such incidents that cause paradigm shifts in your perception of people around you happen but sans any fanfare or even little noise. While the sensory organs get satiated with the immediate offerings, the sub-conscious mind patiently records the data, classifies them, extrapolates, infers and formulates theories.

As someone who is sensitive enough to be influence-prone throughout this continuum of change that is called life, such aforementioned incidents have been aplenty.Like, when I was in college, how the ten-minute video clipping had culled my innocence forever.


Blogger manuscrypts said...

true, but some of the moments are accompanied by a lot of swirling inside!!
and okay, thanks, but isnt manuscrypts better :)

May 26, 2006 2:01 AM  
Blogger The Regular Joe said...

Oh no! no,no..Manu's the best.

May 26, 2006 7:04 AM  
Anonymous Srinivasan said...

hi regular joe,

Its true that in the mad rush of life we tend to ignore them. Excellent work.. keep it up

May 30, 2006 6:06 AM  
Blogger Casablanca said...

And then you became a porn addict?

*runs away to avoid perverts*

June 05, 2006 8:46 PM  
Anonymous Chintu said...

A link to the innocense culling 10 min video clip wud be great ;-)

Keep writing man.

June 13, 2006 9:02 AM  

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