Friday, 4 May 2012

Playground For Good and Evil


I read somewhere that humans on an average go through approximately 60,000 thoughts daily which I guess includes both conscious and subconscious. Our thoughts matter alot to ourselves and sometimes to the entire world. They are arguably the most true and pure reality of a person's personality and identity. They make us who we are. We all have good and evil thoughts and I guess at the end of the day that's what makes us human. To capitalize on the good one's and wrestle with the evil one's. I consider our thoughts to be the "initiative". Some of these initiatives translate into actions while some wither away. But my sole argument is that we should always monitor our thoughts and not let them go haywire inside our minds. We should establish a conscious radar in our minds which should be an autonomous body. The radar should be encrypted with rules of the game for e.g if you decide never to think of unethical/evil plotting against someone and when you subconsciously/consciously initiate such a sequence then immediately sound the alarm and seize all such unwanted activities. If we don't monitor and control such pernicious thoughts then the difference between humans and animals will start to shrink. There should be some thoughts forbidden to ponder on once one is logically convinced about the detrimental effects they can cause. I'm of the view that evil thoughts gain momentum when revisited and can lead to undesirable action by clouding the rational approach. I feel when one visualizes evil thoughts in one's mind then that person is feeding the devil. They can make the cursed one stronger and the host weaker.
So the moral of this post is to keep thoughts clean and constructive if one desires for a purged soul. Certain thoughts can lead to a person's total failure in all dimensions while some can surge him/her to the ultimate level. Never forget that your thoughts are constantly evaluated by the supreme being. Indeed our thoughts are the playground for both good and evil.










We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves - Buddha




16 comments:

  1. Fantastic post, like always. Your posts are like discussions, the final decision of a discussion actually. I always enjoy reading and learning from them.
    Jummah Mubarak and I hope you have a nice weekend! :)

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  2. Thank you both, glad it was helpful

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  3. Our thoughts are the playround. Yes. They are the battlefield. They set our stage.

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    1. battlefield......that would be true also

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  4. Thoughts eventually lead to actions. At times it's difficult to remove certain thoughts from our minds though :) Needs a lot of time to shape our thoughts in a proper way :)

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    1. i understand the difficult part in removing certain thoughts but there's no gain without pain either

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  5. 60k thoughts! opps... i wonder if we were ever able to convert all these thoughts into actions! just amazing....

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    1. yeah and i guess i read it in The secret by Rhonda

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  6. true... in addition i think that evil thoughts have evil effect on our face too.. and for good thoughts its vice versa. also in monitoring we have to face a battle between our mind and body plus heart.... its difficut. but if there is a will there is a way... :-) enjoyed your post.

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  7. Interesting read and like the picture. A Magistrate, Man, Teacher, Student, & A Bald Friend is what I been blogging about can you believe it..

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  8. first the thoughts thats becoz of ur concious activity i.e u think of doing sum work or plan sumthing evil or thinkng negative etc that are under ur control
    u just hav to control urself concious awareness of urself n dont let others to take control of ur thoughts
    n secnd thoughts that dur to subconcious activity i.e sumthing impingng in ur mind n u r not aware thats not ur under cntrol for this, get these in ur concious level n then monitor urself

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  9. thank you all for participating
    @ rida
    I doubt that evil thoughts have evil effect on faces cause first of all how do one prove it and secondly that would constitute as prejudice which is not a wise option. Also an ugly looking person is always beautiful to someone else and vice versa.
    @ anonymous
    I agree that subconscious elements should be brought under scrutiny

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  10. lovely post!
    This is my first time visiting your page, and I like your writing style! Hope to read more soon!

    Yours truly x

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  11. Masha Allah, eloquently put :) I especially like what you said about evil thoughts gaining momentum when revisited. That is so very true.

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