Author: Adisha
•Saturday, October 11, 2008
I love Everybody Loves Raymond. Saw an episode " Robert & Amy's Wedding " where everything in Robert's ( ie. Raymond's elder brother) wedding is going wrong and all the people involved are miserable. Eventually, the most beautiful day of the wedded couple's lives turns into a comedy of errors. At which point, Raymond has to give his best man's speech. In the speech he talks about the " importance of editing in our lives.". How it's sometimes essential just to edit out all the wrong things and look at what's right. He goes onto making fun of each family member's quirks and the goodness they all have in them, celebrating Their special moments together. An episode worth watching out for.

Loved the sense it made. To cut out the bad memories in our life, being thankful for all that we are blessed with that makes us smile. It's almost magical, how we can just edit out all our pain and misery just by repeatedly thinking about all that was good. Our brains are amazing in their capacity of shelving away episodes of our life that we just don't think about. Sure! Not all nightmares can be ignored, but it's just commonsense that mulling over what could have been done differently or what went wrong is Never going to help for the past can never be brought back. It's not about acting like bad things haven't happened. It's about cherishing all the good that Has happened. After all, if not for the bad, how would we know when life was better ?! That's where forgetting and forgiving comes from I guess, to give us the ability to move on. Isn't it a wonderful option - to edit out all the bad moments from our past, choosing to live life a little more happily ?!
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2 Spin Offs:

On October 12, 2008 at 3:03 AM , Comfortably Numb said...

Very tr00. Life is all about moving on. And that is what I have learned and taught. I know cutting out the bad scenes in your play (i.e life) isnt easy but then if all things were easy then would it be called a journey?


On October 12, 2008 at 2:25 PM , Adisha said...

Hi, comfortably numb,

Welcome to my blog. Glad you agree.. :) Firstly, let me tell you I absolutely loved your psuedonym. What a blessed state to be in, specially when life gets too much to handle! Brought a smile to my face. Secondly, I just visited your site and realized that with your blog, I need to really sit and read, to understand the depth. Looking forward to it. :D

Keep visiting.. take care.
cheers to you too.