Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Inner Light

While Mick Basa, (perhaps, going through a phase) was trying to fathom the very depth and breadth of the existence of God, I found myself being torn by a dilemma between the devil and the deep blue sea; completely aware that whichever way I'd happen to choose, I’d end up fucked up and soul-dead anyway. The God question was the least of my worries. I told Mick, he would need a God to turn to one day when, he, too would be confronted by his own self because of his choice between the devil and the deep blue sea; because sometimes, he had to choose the devil and at times, the deep blue sea; and it’s terrible when he chooses the devil, and he's dead when he chooses the deep blue sea. Sometimes, when it's the devil, he’d find himself cast out by his own inner mirror, he'd run out of his inner light, a feeling so terrible he would very badly need a God to forgive himself. Because a dilemma is a dilemma. When you are faced with one, you had to decide as promptly as you can, I learned this from Prof. Ch. H.'s class, and once you’ve taken on a decision, hold steadfastly on to it and never look back. To look back and discover the “what ifs” would be to blame yourself; and once you start to do that, you’re sliding fast into the abyss. But I always have this tendency to look back and to blame myself. It takes a God to stop it—and save me from perdition.

4 comments:

pratul said...

Did she say that? I'm going to try hard and hold on to it, then.

sheilfa said...

Oh no, yesterday you were writing like louise alcott and jane austen now youre a cubist

Dava Maguinda said...

Yes, Prateesh. Chay say that; and that's something that I will not forget.
Hi, Shei, no, I did not this to be cubist. But curiously now, I'm beginning to understand! Thanx to u!

Dava Maguinda said...

did not intend this to be cubist, I mean. :)