Wednesday, March 24, 2010

LETTING SOMEBODY ELSE DO THE THINKING

In this fast and modern age that we live in, speed is the motto of the generation. Getting things done is the goal. Before I can blog about this topic, let me bring another angle into this entry - the line of thought that things are done in two ways. The 1st kind of thing to do is to one that you just rush through - basically to achieve the end and your goal is achieved. The 2nd kind of thing to do is like a long bike or car ride - the main intention is to enjoy the ride, the result of the whole process is not so much the end goal but the process itself.....
Now we have established the fact that things generally done in this generation can be categorized into two types as -

1. Let’s just get over with it
2. Let’s enjoy it from start to finish

Moving on, when you do something with the motive in mind - let’s just get over with it - you are implying that what it is that you are doing is a bane and is comparable to a load on you that you can’t help but carry because you can’t take it off you. These matters make some incline to a methodology that allows the fastest or the faster dispensability of the situation which is most of the time - letting somebody else do the thinking - mainly because a) he/she takes care of the whole thing and you have not the necessity to fret or frown about it b) he/she has concern for it and interest in it when you have neither which implies that he/she knows how to dispense of it efficiently both ways you get the job done. Thus have I explained the letting somebody else do the thinking syndrome. What needs no saying is that the letting somebody else do the thinking phenomena does not come in when you’re attitude is let’s enjoy it from start to finish

So we hereby draw to a conclusion that you don’t need to let somebody else do the thinking if we cherish whatever we do - which means that we must do what we enjoy and in turn enjoy what we do...whatever we do...

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