reply #4

Category: By imakubex
bismillahirrahmanirrahim,

it is rather funny that when I write some of the more profoundly philosophical stuff, people will generally not comment on it, but when i write about stuff that, to me, is quite obvious, I get 6 comments within 24 hours...

this is with regards to the last entry that was posted in the wee hours of last night.

just to explain some stuff, it is more of my view on stuff regarding this, and it is up to you to decide what can you do and how. if you can justify your position, then it is fair enough. and you will know whether or not you are doing enough, or are simply doing nothing...

i am merely saying that saying those stuff is rather arrogant and conceited, and i hate it when people say stuff like that...

and quite honestly, people who do function in society after their university years tend to be people who are active during their years as students, because all the necessary skills are gained during that period of time. this is not absolute, but it is rather true...

truth is, everyone is busy. so what makes your time more valuable that other people's time?

don't justify your actions to me, it is between you and your Creator. i am trying to do my part by saying what i think about the subject matter. and i am not accountable for what you do after i said what i think is right to be said....

wallahua'lam
 

4 comments so far.

  1. MC 5 March 2008 at 04:59
    salaams,

    "it is rather funny that when I write some of the more profoundly philosophical stuff, people will generally not comment on it, but when i write about stuff that, to me, is quite obvious, I get 6 comments within 24 hours..."

    -this shows that sometimes, we tend talk in a frequency that no one understands or even bothers to think bout it save a few..

    it's how u want to convey the message that u think it's vital for everyone to listen (i.e. the less-quite-obvious stuff for u) in a way that one would accept is the key.. tht's iff u want d message to be heard.. ;)

    Allahua'lam
  2. Mahatma Ghandi 5 March 2008 at 14:18
    You must be the change you want to see in the world
  3. ephemeral 5 March 2008 at 18:08
    Most of us read and reflect them back to our daily life. At least that's what I am doing, insyaAllah.
  4. sofea rush 10 March 2008 at 06:30
    people tend not to comment on the philosophical stuff because
    i) sometimes, they are not on the same wavelength.
    ii) they probably don't have enough or rather, equivalent level of knowledge to what u have.
    iii) they are probably unprepared to get into more debatable situations.
    iv) they simply couldn't be bothered.

    well.. that's just more of 'i' rather than 'they', to be honest. huhu..

    and of course, it's the easiest way to agree on obvious stuff than saying 'no' to what they're [or better still, I AM] not sure of.

    by the way, great postings u have here. keep on writing good stuff. perhaps people seem not interested in commenting on your entries but who knows, maybe they give a deep thought on it.

    salam..

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