Monday, April 30, 2012

Of delirium of struggle

Sometimes we become blindfolded by the circumstances we are in. We can lose perception of the proportions. And then, in a moment of clear rationalization, we can realize, with shame, that those large steps weren’t that large, the pain we were struggling to fight wasn’t but some ordinary pain.

I don’t know how to tell if these issues I face the hardest I can face. But Csillag won’t be happy to find you’ve been struggling to overcome minor obstacles. And to avoid that all we have to do is to bend our perceptions. After all, if in lack of comparative proportions all can be a struggle, the opposite can also be held true.

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