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The masterplan

Saturday, November 19, 2005

Reading saffyz's comment - "The man up there must have better plan for this friends of yours"...

This makes me really wonder not once, but many many times what kinda of plan does the man above has for each and everyone of us. Each day we wake up, go to work, slog off at the office and come back home rest sleep and the next day continues the same way repetitively again. Does anyone question if this is going to be the kinda of life to go on for the rest of their life? For me I do really question, is it going to be like this? If not, how do I get out of this loop? Can I get out of this cycle? But how?

Probably some reader here must be thinking that I questioned too much, why bother cracking this tough question. For me I want to know if there is something planned out for me if possible. Fortune reading, forecasting, prediction seems like a way but none of this definitely bring you to the solution. Here it came upon me that there are two factors shaping the poor human soul.

Factor one: The ONE above, he who has the whole master plan.
Factor two: For those who don't believed in the ONE above, I would say the society.

Easily the ONE above is easily associated with the god of your religion of your choice. Because it is your belief, you believed that the god has a mission/destiny for you to fulfill.

As for factor two, why do I say so is because everyday we seems like working for the society. We tolled to get a sum of salary to feed our living. However, we can't have any or little influence on this society for any matter that is imposed on us. The big decision is made by the higher authorities and we obey or at most complaint to ourself.

This sounds very complicated, and indeed for factor two the realm of implications is far more complicated that can involves a lot of matter. For that matter, I think it maybe traced back to how our mankind society started off to work that has this flaw. It's easy to point out errors but hard to correct, so with my extremely small knowledgee I also don't know how to correct.

Can somebody provides me some ways to enlightment?

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  1. Blogger JY | November 20, 2005 7:04 PM |  

    well...if you really take a time off and observe, you would notice that human beings are quite pathetic livings....

    is just looping the cycle....you go to work, you go home after work, once or while you take some alternative and do something else, but still you would go back to that cycle again...

    i already give up trying to figure out what's my future liao....just waiting for the day when i reached the last page of my book of life....perhaps at the moment can i conclude what kind of life i had and if i do enjoy it??

    my life now is just having a can of coke in hand and with music in my ears....:P

  2. Blogger bitchrepublic | November 22, 2005 8:41 PM |  

    there is a reason why we all have a choice - FREEWILL is an earthly asset.

    religion is something anyone can turn to - bounded by faith.
    we all know this at some point in our lives, even till the end on our deathbed. when we die, we want to know that we are held on by a greater being to guide us to the great unknown.(or even a loved one to hold yr hand)

    we also face society everyday (what seems to be a greater unknown) and as we progress as humans and as we discover what we can do or not do, we have a choice to be somebody - that questions us where did we get this ability to be? science or not, we will come to a conclusion that we all want to hear ourselves to prove what we want to believe is real.

    we always hear that 'life is just as what we made out to be', or 'its just a journey that we should walk thru to experience.' or 'life as, if u have less expectations, you live better.' its just cause and effect. like science - psychological effect.

    the great debate always lies between science n religion (faith)

    the plan is there - when u believe.
    the plan is not, when you have no idea.

    2 cents worth.

  3. Blogger saffyz | November 28, 2005 12:11 PM |  

    There's always a reason why we are doing what we are doing today. Like Yew for example, with your experience in your area, you can be mentor to newbies in your office. For BR, she's an educator...

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