This picture was also clicked at Mcleod Ganj near Dharmshala.
Further to my previous post, I had a little discussion with my friends and what I observed that many of us doesn’t want to strain our brains, we don’t ask question to our-self, we look for easy way out, we believe whatever said or explained to us by any elder person or persons who has our trust.
I don’t what you to take example ahead in a strict manner its just for illustration. Imagine yourself with a kid, and as you know kids have some weird habit of asking weird question at a weird movement sometimes, suppose that kid ask you some question of which you don’t have any idea or you know a little bit about it or sometimes you think its not appropriate to give a correct answer and at the same time you want him to stop asking question so you explain him what YOU feel will be appropriate, it may be correct, false or partially correct so that his curiosity comes to end.
But things doesn’t end here, that kid will have those thing in his mind all life, because when you explained him whatever you thought will be appropriate, he actually believed and he will keep on believing that thing just on the faith, until he himself doesn’t discover the reasoning and facts behind that explanation and conclude its truthfulness and wholeness, I tell you my friends in some cases it takes years for them to find out real thing.
This things had happened with all of us, if you go back in past, you’ll realize many things which we have been believing just on faith of the person who explained us, those things turning wrongs or partially wrong one by one as we grow older and older.
So getting back to the point, sometimes we believe in whatever has been explained to us without any question and without any self-evaluation. Self-evaluation gives us a reason to believe in our thought.
Don’t believe in anything which is told to us, try understand and self-evaluate the things that will give us better understanding of the world around and about our-self.