Tuesday, August 29, 2006

A turning point - Part 2

Hope You had read what I had to say in my first part "A Turning point". If you haven't, just scroll down and read that ( if you wish to).

Yeah I almost died and never did I mention how it was a 'turning point'. There are certain things that wish happens to you, though you know you can bring up the change by yourself, you wish it happens to you on its own. May be that way its more permanent.

Lets see here, what has it turned?? It did change the attitude for sure. Life seems all the more merrier, I fear God even more now, everything seems possible or rather miracles seem not remotely but more of a probablistically possible outcome. One thing is for sure, the uncertainity of 'Life' was very evident from then on. Procrastination of good and happy things ran out of my life. Never ever would I leave a thing for tomorrow, esp if its related to 'fun'. 'Take it easy' attitude creeps in at the same time the 'beacon of hope' is always visible. Most important of all, I respect myself more, love my life say 10 times more than what I used to. It doesn't mean I was contemplating suicide earlier, but I can feel the inherent happy 'Vijay' in me more than ever before.


So people, please try to kill yourself accidentally and try to hope for a miracle and when it does happen, dont forget to see the change in you & more importantly don't forget to blog about it and I will drop in and comment on it.

4 comments:

Kedhar said...

Lol... a "turning point" happened a couple of years ago to me.. but i dint blog abt it... the very thought abt it gives me the creeps... but f i do blog abt it.. i will tell ya and u can comment...

Deranged said...

been there .. done that.. i guess it strikes a chord in everyone;s life.. wat say?

~jus deranged~

germinal_dreamer said...

@deranged
if u say that u too had such an experience then yeah we more than strike a chord, we play the dual lead..

the inward odyssey said...

although things have taken a dramatic turn umpteen times I really don't feel 've been around that turn so as to be appreciating the crap out of life. But considering where I am, I think I badly need one such kick-ass near-death exp