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  1. @ Ranjan: That’s another way of looking at it. My egoistic “I know what’s best for me” self does not let me see them as actual people but just situations that keep repeating. But its the same thing really.

    @ Shreyasi: I wonder too! 😉

    @ Wiseling: Thank you….I am glad I fell into blogging too….you have no idea just how my confidence in my ideas has been boosted by knowing that other people think so too!

  2. @idea: wow. this puts to paper the random thoughts that swirl around in my mind, just barely out of reach… i guess one is forced to confortont one’s place when confronted by life.. it’s good to know (or atleast believe) that more chances will come a-knocking… there are some things that just shouldn’t stay sleeping dogs..
    beautifully written, and i’m glad you fell into blogging 🙂

  3. @ Shreyasi: An exchange of ideas if nothing else?

    @ GhostofTomJoad: My belief is that if we miss it the second, third or even the fourth time, it will still keep turning up again till we answer the knock.

  4. Unfinished business? Oh, I think I know a thing or two about that! 🙂

    I think you’re extremely lucky because most of us don’t seem to get a second chance and, on the rare occasion that opportunity chooses to revisit us, we’re unable to recognise it.

    Nice post!

  5. I suppose we’ve all had similar experiences at least I’ve had and sometimes am so frustrated with a pattern which others dont see or when I don’t know how to get out of that pattern, that I feel like jumping off the cliff…
    But wiser people say that deal with it here and now, lest we run out of time, perhaps?
    Rationalisations dont work it is just to be with the being…wonder why I resonate so much with you, the unfinished business or is it something else…