And 'fuckin' hysterical' it sure is that the guardians of ethics and norms, culture and traditions themselves are inflicted by the same routine that survives upon the visible grounds of deceit and ostensible vibrant colors but deep within each and everyone of these sanctimonious individuals, lies a completely twisted story, altogether. A tale full of true blends of love,hate,repents, regrets,mistakes,blunders. Darker shades of secrets kept 'secretly dark' and coated by sweet cherry red cream of lies, to add to the flamboyance of what they call 'personality'.
The question begs to be asked, ' If indeed this society is standing on the pillars of nothing but deceiving colors of what we are not ,then where does the authenticty and credibility of the same society stand when it comes to verdicts and passing judgements. When our external displays are those of a finely shaped blend of lies ,why then be afraid of the judgements coming from the same mouths that themselves are full of surreptitious colors of ' love,hate,repents, regrets,mistakes,blunders'.
When Shakespeare said that life is a stage and we are all actors, he might actually have meant that we are living in a community where each one of us is an actor trying to hide what is and showing off what isn't... and well, dare I say again ' It's all so fuckin' hysterical'. The discussion never ends here for it is too primitive to just pass on a judgement and become the same tinge as our society. Finding the root cause is the next step in argument.
If one is to summarize the reason behind this strangely fake world we live in,it all narrows down to one word 'Mistakes'.
They say one looks at others the way one looks at his own self. A man with unforgiving demeanour has never exonerated himself too for the mistakes from the past. Strangely enough, a person who acquits others for their mistakes is one who understands and has experienced what it feels like to commit an error and find forgiveness. If you cannot forgive your own self and give yourself a break , you sure will never be able to give a chance to others too. We as humans are 40% stories and 60% mistakes. Mistakes make us who we are. They are what define us from within. They are the hammer that shape us into what we become. Is it wrong to commit mistakes? Are all our actions in our control at all times in life? My answer would be no! Nature is the best teacher. When life itself is never in our control, when time and our span of years to be spent in this world is unpredictable, how can our journey through it be predictable?We are humans afterall, mistakes adorn us.
Do we owe people to pass judgements on us or should this right stay with God since He is the one and the only entity that actually knows the reasons and circumstances? The answer to this should not even be a debate.
In short,The real plague in our society is the energy of unforgiveness that dwells within souls around us , the same unforgiving power we hold our 'hidden us' exposed to and cannot tolerate to see others given a chance to repent. Unless we be a little less hard on our own selves, people around us would continue to disguise their mistakes and try to survive in the narrow mindedness that has spread like a virus and unless that resolves, it shall stay fuckin' hysterical.