Thursday, March 20, 2008

Full circle

I like the concept of skipping ropes. No matter how high you jump, you always have to come back to earth with a thud.



Blogger djnair said...

Logical inference but a wrong conclusion.....start with null hypothesis....

9:23 PM  
Blogger abinash said...

2 points:
1) Pragmatic perception. [:)]
2) I don't like the above comment.

6:22 AM  
Blogger Samyak said...

What about the split second when you are in flight and the infinite spectrum of actions, emotions, and exhilarations it manages to capture?

What say? Worth it?

11:51 AM  
Blogger one among said...

hi poornima

Oh..Ho.... that ought to set the neurons firing all over…. Hypothesis, perceptions, corollaries, juxtapositions, ......all a hyperbole, well the reality still remains simple and hard – The Thud….....Precise….

2:07 AM  
Blogger mindspace said...

You write beautifully!

5:15 AM  
Anonymous Ghost Rider said...

well I thought that was gravity, not skipping ropes :D

6:46 AM  
Anonymous StillLearning said...

Humans are not designed for gravity defing acts :-). As our dreams, skipping ropes could give temporary moments of elation..but reality has to soon follow with a thud!!. No wonder down to earth humans are worshipped, as they stay where they where originally designed for.

11:13 AM  
Blogger BaKfIrE said...

since you are trying to shed fat, i guess you need that jerk everytime.

1:15 PM  
Blogger Shim said...

:) brought a smile:) just thinking what a thud and an ouch would that be if some people tried :))

9:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Needed your deep touch.. to feel less blue.. about being the odd one out..

A faithful admirer.. always..

9:07 AM  
Anonymous Laksh said...

Well said. Do you actually mean the higher the jump, the louder the thud? :P

10:24 AM  

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