Thursday, July 19, 2007

This day this word!

Time for some philosophy...

I heard this saying today: "Contrast lies very closer**"

When 'X' is cutting onions, tears rolls down from her eyes. Looking at her 'Y' , has a loud laugh. Here lies the contrast. Cutting onions causes both laughter(action of happiness) as well as tears(action of sorrow).

One person's loss is another person's gain.

'A' is in love with a guy and wants to marry him.Her parents refuse the proposal and want their daughter to get married to a guy of their choice.Finally,she chooses to marry the guy of her choice.'A' is happy now, her parents are disappointed.Comfort and discomfort happens together and are closer to each other.

** courtesy: Pasupathinathan(PPN)


payyan said...

a bit obtuse, if you ask me. This is like a poem by Nissim Ezekiel where he demonstrates how beauty and ugliness are present side by side. Forgot the name of the poem though, very simple and well-written.

Anuradha said...

Oh... well,

Maybe my mind was grazing grass.I actually wanted to convey the saying, was running short of examples...

neways thanx for ur comments Rajesh.