Melting our self !

posted Jun 25, 2012, 2:40 PM by Abhishek Ojha   [ updated Jun 25, 2012, 2:40 PM ]
Who we are and what we do.. can make us a star for our society, or for that matter, whole world..

Or, We can at least impress everyone who know us.

For our friends and family we can be Perfect - a star ! a role model !

 

...but sometimes it doesn't matter to you unless one person, you really want to, is impressed with you.. that one is what matters not x-1.

 this X can be everyone you know or even world population !

 

Similar is the case with what creates perfect relationships.

Many things like emotions, understanding, feelings etc. constitutes of what we call a relationship... as an outside observer of any relationship what we see is generally X-n perfect things... but we never observe those little n not-so-perfect things. ..and that is the reason we never understand what happened to a once-perfect-now-broken relationships... all we see is - everything was so perfect.. !

 

in reality ...those little n things is what matters... and they dominate so much that X-n perfect things (sometimes) become irrelevant.. and relationships break !

 

We will always have these n things.. and only way to overcome that is - to burn our ego, burn ourselves a little to remove those n things.. We will have to burn down that n to 0. thats the way to a perfect relationship...

...we need to melt ourselves a little to create a joint.. like in gas welding...

 

"In oxy-fuel welding, a welding torch is used to weld metals. Welding metal results when two pieces are heated to a temperature that produces a shared pool of molten metal. The molten pool is generally supplied with additional metal called filler. Filler material depends upon the metals to be welded."

 

[Source: Wikipedia]

 

Similar to that welding process - We need to weld ourselves in relationships, melt a little, burn a little, use some fillers...

…and produce a shared pool of our self’s...

 

I remember, my professor told me in my first year of college (in TA lab) - If you weld properly... each parts may breakdown with time but that joint will never break ! never !

 

oops... I sound like a baba :)
 
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