Monday, April 19, 2010

Who's To Blame?




It generally takes one minute event to set off a whole chain of uncontrollable surge of emotions that can potentially ruin your day. Most of the time we're blaming the situation that's going out of hand when it's the people who are the reason behind the state of affairs. "It's nobody's fault" we say in mutual defence mode but then it is we, either you or I, responsible for the way things are. It's either you or I who acted like an imbecile, either you or I who got more than necessarily affected, either you or I who couldn't figure what role to play in the situation, either you or I...or both who didn't realise what we were getting ourselves into.

Now when things go awry and you feel perpetually f*****d for days to come, the ideal way to fix the problem is find a solution in mutual and friendly term, just the way we started off in the first place. But that's surely not possible when both parties are egoistic and stubborn. So it all boils down to one question whether we continue to be a part of the situation or simply leave it at that do start a brand new brighter hassle free day.