Friday, September 07, 2007

Dreams and Reality

Its amazing how something that was a big deal for days together, when it is over..or when it just doesn't work out they imagined way just turns into nothing.

All the excitement, the enthusiasm, the expectations become nullified in an instant.

In a way dreams rarely ever turn into reality, cause if they did why would they be dreams in the first place. Then again, if they never become real why dream at all?

Perhaps sometimes, the fun of it all is in the excitement, the
expectations, in dreaming those impossible dreams; in being brave to want something that may not happen.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

dreams lead to thoughts that could become reality... when they become real (perhaps, not the way you like), they could bring you unlimited bliss...

ligne said...

anon: well..when dreams become reality..i think they sitll somehow stay a little unreal :)

kakkaji-kahin said...

ligne wrote: In a way dreams rarely ever turn into reality, cause if they did why would they be dreams in the first place. Then again, if they never become real why dream at all?

It all depends on the type of dreams you have. If you dream of a medhu vada in the middle of say green street, then it won't turn into a reality. On the other hand, if you dream about garam chai, then you always have good friends to fall back on. Always.

lo_kar_lo_baat said...

ligne worte: in being brave to want something that may not happen.

Wanting something is not being brave. Having the will to achieve it and putting it into practice is being brave. You might want a puliogare for dinner..that's not what I call being brave.

Aryabhatta said...

ligne wrote: In a way dreams rarely ever turn into reality, cause if they did why would they be dreams in the first place.

The problem here simply is that the LIMIT is not defined.
1) Left limit DREAM(t=t-\epsilon) ~= REALITY
2) Right limit DREAM(t=t+\epsilon) = REALITY

Left limit ~= Right Limit, hence the limit does not exist. Common .. you know better than that !

lal_bal_pal said...

ligne wrote: Its amazing how something that was a big deal for days together, when it is over..or when it just doesn't work out they imagined way just turns into nothing.

Are you talking about Biryani. Is it already over ?

ligne said...

kakkaji/lalbalpal/lokarloabaat:. food seems to be on ur mind..:)