Does every thing happens for good ?

11 Aug

“Arre, jo hota hai acche ke liye hi hota hai” … “come on man … cheerup everything happens for good!!” almost all of us have so many times heard this and have told this to someone. But I still fails to believe it…

Let’s take it this way, the human life (Life(t,h,s,p) ) is a random process with time (t), himself (h), his surroundings(s) and his past (p) as its variables… now when one gets an unfavorable output of the function called Life(), he either stay disappointed or be optimistic and live on.

Now, in both the cases he is actually controlling his future … buy not ruining the past … hence later on Life() will give a positive o/p… also, the since the process is random hence the o/p can’t be same all the time … and things will get better someday …

Now, there’s a glitch we say everything gets well in the end … but how would one know what is end? The ultimate end is death and I don’t think most of the janta would classify it in “THE GOOD” category.

If u has got confused about what I said in previous three paragraphs … then I’ll summarize it in two lines…

Life is not like 20-20 match, where u can expect a result in 3 hours…

Its like a test match where you keep on playing till it gets draw…


3 Responses to “Does every thing happens for good ?”

  1. Kunal August 12, 2008 at 12:02 pm #

    more philosophy – don’t think about the destination, enjoy the journey 🙂

    btw a good read.. liked the life() and the controlling attributes … the more I think about it, the more it makes sense ..

  2. Rohith August 12, 2008 at 4:50 pm #

    for a given t=t1, h=h1 p=constant. So Life() is a random process of only three variables 😀

  3. @nks August 20, 2008 at 11:52 am #

    @kunal … “njoy the journey” xactly … don’t spoil it in hurry to reach the destination…

    @rohit yeh… why it can’t be ??

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