Nov 27, 2012

Just some windows...

The sky is completely gray. I don't feel great either. Often there seems some correlation between the two - the sky and my mood - one reflecting the other - the latter commencing the former most often.

There have been times when I have been excited about gray sky - just like this one or even grayer - but not today.

As I look through the window at the nearby windows, I can't help but wonder who is trapped in there - just like I am trapped in here. If it were entirely up to me, I would set them all free including me.

Funny we thought of windows as we built these monstrous structures to box us in. Whoever thought it would be the only glimpse we could see of the world around us! Windows of trains, cars, house, phones, computers...

Have you noticed village homes lack many windows? Don't you think nomads were richer than us folks? They had this wide open world to live in, to breath from, to cherish much and then pass it on...

What have we got? Just some windows!

14 comments:

Kavita Saharia said...

I think what you need is a warm and tight hug. So here is one.(()).Cheer up friend.

NRIGirl said...

Thank you for the (()) @Kavita; I already feel better :)

@Mom with a Dot: That's a perfect example. How is the sky in Texas today? Send some sunshine this way please...

anilkurup said...

You have expressed a wonderful thought of Nomadic life style.
perhaps you think like a nomad while looking up at the sky and forget the box contraption and the windows?

eye in the sky said...

That's what I love about your views on things. Profound. :)

gigihawaii said...

I'd much rather live in a house than an apartment. Just go outside and look at an apartment building. Doesn't it look like a bee hive? All those people going in and out of a hive. Really.

Balachandran V said...

Look at it from another angle. Windows are where you can look at the outer world; doors lead the way out.

....Petty Witter said...

What a wonderful photograph.

You might be interested to know that once upon a time here in England, I don't know about elsewhere, you were taxed on how many windows your home had.

KParthasarathi said...

As Mr.Balachandran put it windows are the eyes of our house through we see the outside world. Kavita rightly said 'cheer up' instead of delving on dark or gray sky and your related moods.

Haddock said...

You have rightly said it. More windows just to look into other's windows.
Aah ....the joy of having open space....and fresh air

....Petty Witter said...

Hoping all is well, I thought I'd stop by and say hello

ashok said...

Hows life?!

Tomz said...

Excellent snap..and matching write up..sorry I was away from blogs in general due to mood swinging..

R. Ramesh said...

hi buddy..long time no c..eppadi irrukingo? sure all well..tc and stay connected..

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