The search for the anticlockwise movement of things around continues to explore the hidden meanings of life being portrayed through symbols. During a journey, if your car tire gets flattened, you have to replace it in order to continue your journey. But did you ever pay any attention to how the nut tying the tire is moved to remove the flat tire? It is always in an anticlockwise direction.
Similarly, various gadgets in our homes are tied together with screws nuts and bolts and if you observe them all closely, you will come to realize the fact that they all need to be moved counterclockwise either to replace or remove completely.
Am I rightly justified in presuming that, in order to get things going we have to remove or replace the ‘Odd Man Out’, and once we are done with it, it’s business as usual?
In our day to day life, we do come across hurdles of various kinds and if we want to get rid of them, we have no choice but to opt countermeasures to get things in order.
I use Google Chrome as my search engine to surf the net. While writing this blog, I paid a little more attention to the search wheel (I don’t know the exact word for this, so I have made my own dictum for it) on the left of search toolbar. To my amazement, you will second me, when we write the search term in the toolbar, this wheel moves in the anticlockwise direction first and when the secure site is found it starts moving in the clockwise direction.
Can I make an analogy with the real world, that if you want to carry out research, you have to make a counterclockwise move first and then when you are done with your search, you can do your work as usual?
My point here is to emphasize the significance and importance of observing things, as no one has observed before to see for yourself if it enthralls your own imagination.
Look for the sights and sounds around and try to find clues to surprise yourself with unimaginable possibilities surrounding us in the form of symbols by going against the odds to find the hidden meanings of life.
To be concluded in the forthcoming blog ‘Listening the Silence’.