Realizing the reality.

Reality is a ball which has two sides and it is the hard non chewable food of life which one has to chew. Suppose you are ill. You have a temperature of 100 degrees Fahrenheit. But you can’t miss work as you would lose on a day’s salary as your medical leave and other paid holidays have already been used up and you need the money. As a result of not taking care while having fever, your fever catapults into 102 degrees and soon you are bound to your bed for atleast two days.

Reality is the goo or the worldly nonsense which keeps us all bounded with tight and strong ropes. To break a stretch away from it is a big task.
For example:- Many kids don’t like to go school. They might say-“Why do we have to attend such boring places? When we can play games as much as we like and excel in other fields?”

But the rule of the world regarding studies and the eyes of the society often pulls students to schools where they are worst taught than caged parrots and by the time they reach eighteen years of age, they act simply as mechanical textbook robots, who only have college and money in their sight. It’s not bad to have money in your sight, but when it becomes your obsession, all else good in life vanishes away.

The road which we traverse everyday, is a road which is full of non-reality. Any television show is completely a form of fiction and often misleading.

Reality is the deep truth which we realize when the team we support needs 36 runs out of seven balls. But the paradox of reality is the same which is batting would have done much better if the umpires had not given some silly decisions.
Reality is that mesh of net which often has no truth in it. It is frequently build upon false notions, rules and beliefs.

Reality and fiction goes hand in hand. Or they are hand in glove with each other. Reality comes into play when you see a bowler batting superbly like a top order batsman, but it also shows it’s other side when you see that a top order batsman gets out on a duck.

Reality is the supreme finery which gives good students lesser marks, while dumb and idiotic students are given higher marks with extra grace marks added on top. Such students become more of an idiot after receiving such marks.

Reality is that ball which is seen through our eyes, when an extremely talented footballer can’t score a single goal throughout the match.

Reality is also the truth when a man and a woman become mother and father of a beautiful and healthy baby. That is the biggest reality.

Life simply goes on without stopping, but we seldom score points in realizing it. We look towards that side which is favourable, but reality often looks the other way round.

Realizing reality is a tough game, much tougher than any device or electronic game which is played on hard mode.

Only with experience and subtlety does one understand it and slowly, slowly, much slower than a snail do they realize it.

N.B. An egg shell has a hard outer covering which breaks when it is broken, but when you look at an egg from outside you know that it has yolk in it and if you place that yolk on a frying pan, beautiful poach or omelettes would be made.

But to know the inner materials of an egg, you had to break it. But after that, you always knew what an egg consists of. Such is reality. Either it is a boiled egg or a poach/omelette.

Happy realizing reality.


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