Tuesday, December 30, 2008 12:00 AM

…….then he quit and I yield!


And it has started, started from the edge. It’s a play. It’s a tug of war. The conqueror will lose everything. Only a ‘tie’, a deadlock can rescue. Alas! That’s never in author’s mind. One wants to lose everything to win out and the other always wins over. The other teaches how one should deny oneself to prevail and the one learns, but can’t prevail. The other wants to see, to what extent one can afford and the one is watching how far the other takes apart the one. Here comes the issue, why are they playing? Is that love? Is that addiction of the game? Or is that their playful nature? The author has made the game & its rules. If you are in, you have to play in author’s terms. Author is one or the other. But one thing everyone should remember, it’s always your verdict, to play or not to play.

5 Comments On "…….then he quit and I yield!"

ANI Says:
December 30, 2008 at 1:51 AM

cant understand totally wat u meant to say....but I am in...too much interested to play along...obviusly as per the rule...really interested in next editions...
keep it up dear...

Jagjit Says:
December 30, 2008 at 2:13 AM

It's their playful nature, nothing else.

mesushovan Says:
December 30, 2008 at 10:38 PM

If you wanna play, don't comprehend. And if you wanna comprehend, don't play. As the name of the game is "compassion" here.. that complements passion.

December 30, 2008 at 11:06 PM

Can 'playing' be an intransitive verb? Everyone starts playing either to win or in fear of losing. One might begin...just to play and play only...

Tirtha Says:
January 3, 2009 at 4:43 AM

author is one of the players only... the winner or the loser. there is not much if the winner writes and wins... neither the loser gets any interest in playing the game nor the winner gets excited in winning it.... so the loser must be the author who on his terms is knowingly losing out just to see the other one winning... the winner turns loser whence he learns this!!