Of Futility

What we consider futile is the result of our one-dimensional thinking. There’s always another dimension. What we call futility is our slavery of being unimaginative. When we do not find a purpose that we can relate to, we call it futile. Purposes are absolute; our intentions are subjective and limited.

8630: Keep the Faith

8630: Keep the Faith


Step out of your circle.


6 thoughts on “Of Futility

  1. I see a book floating before my eyes: ‘The meditations of Atul Sabnis.’

    Also thank you, something that I thought was futile was irking me all day. But after reading this post, I am looking at it with different eyes. Thanks Atul!

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