Thursday, 16 June 2011

Often pursued, seldom understood

Motive - a very interesting word that supposedly describes why we humans do what we do, be what we are or attempt to be, and in general supports the inherent basic desire of civil society to logically understand human behavior.

A not so proficient blogger like me, tries to get going, the public version of a diary. Why? No clue. Come to think of it, why do we do most of the things we do? Some of it is by default. Some of it, as we have been conditioned to. Some of it, we are compelled by what a societal environment demands. Some of it on pure impulse. Yet, some of it without any reason at all.

Trying to psychoanalyze a human in my opinion is one of the toughest tasks and every expert who claims to be able to do so, is more often mistaken than otherwise. Like the iceberg, I believe that we showcase only 20% or less of our real selves to everyone out there. Sometimes, I think we are ourselves scared to see beyond a percentage within us, as we may not quite like what we see!

This is not a promise, but an attempt to get this blog going and I will certainly appreciate your comments, feedback, criticism and praise (if any), so do help me get this blog going.

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