Curiosity, by Rakesh Kumar
Many experiences leave us with questions. This happens because all of us – each and every person – has a curious mind. The rigmarole of everyday life sometimes denies us the possibility to pause a while and think about these questions, to quench, and fire up, our curiosities.
We meet so many people everyday, and experience such varying intensities of emotional currents with them. But do we ever stop to acknowledge or think these through? Do we think about thinking when we think of personalities?
It is about these thoughts that I want to share questions with you today. So, here they are -
1.Why does a person feel jealousy for another?
2.A poor person remains happy while dealing with all his troubles. How?
3.If despite all pleasures, a rich person is unhappy, then why?
4.How can a person change the way s/he thinks?
5.Why does a person's heart desire?
6.Why does someone bear her/his problems? Why not seek solutions?
7.When a day is past us, why do we repeat what happened in it?
8.The coming day will surely come. Then why do we speculate so much?
9.Why is it important for a person to retain his mental balance?
10.Why does someone feel to us like our own, and why does another seem distant?
11.Often, in enmity, we think of revenge. But what happens after we succeed in avenging ourselves?
12.Why is a person never satiated?
13.Does our face reveal what lies in our heart?
14.Is an outward dispaly of pretense essential?
15.Is it important to have something to say in order to talk?
16.Why do people want to hide their shortcomings, and show only their strengths?
17.Do we forget boundaries when we debate?
18.How do we guage what lies in someone's heart?
19.Is a person's self-description sufficient to know him?
20.How can the heart be restful?
21.Why is it so silent sometimes?
22.Does pride betray a weakness?
23.Is there something to be found in the light of thinking?
24.Does something get lost in the darkness of thinking?
25.What is right and wrong?
26.Why are their confusions and entanglements?
27.Why does mental prowess sometimes disappear?
28.Can we see with our ears?
29.Are truths and lies crutches of some kind?
30.Is it important to heave a sigh of relief after work?
And, when someone thinks of so many questions, should he halt? Because I have many questions indeed, but very few answers. I bid you goodbye with these few questions.
Kiran Verma now presents before you our imagination of the next few years of Cybermohalla.
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