Do we follow pre-destined paths?
Do we follow pre-designated plans?
Do we follow pre-laid patterns?
‘Does life follow pre-designated events as it moves’ is a question that we all ask consistently in our lives.
It is a proposition that comes to us varyingly – a suggestion, an intention, and eventuality, a possibility – as we question the life events, as we look for the meaning of ‘being me’, as we search for our identity in the realm we share with others.
That is what it goes like, and it is natural to be so.
Even the diehard individualists and postmodernists come across the moments when they accept the elements of faith and destiny in the evolution of their thought-process, in shaping their continuum to live it on.
That is being human, that is being natural.
We all are like that.
In any lifetime, there can never be a uniform way to go along.
We follow pre-destined paths.
We follow pre-designated plans.
We follow pre-laid patterns.
We concur with them. But there are spontaneous and instinctive human calls as well, to disagree, to breath the days anew.
And we then refuse to imbibe what they make us to read.
And embark on a journey where we lay down the stopovers to meet the disagreements to bring them in harmony with our existence.
We don’t follow pre-destined paths then.
We don’t follow pre-designated plans then.
We don’t follow pre-laid patterns then.
©/IPR: Santosh Chaubey