I call this blog a Scrambled Erratum! The description goes like this - "Aggregate of individuals
are left in confused state as even the smallest subatomic matter in their respective brains make
them scratch their heads by self or mechanical/electronic means, intentionally/unintentionally
deviating from what is correct, right or true."

Why hurt an innocent?

It is a full time cascade atomization of lingering thoughts of few people who have a lean spectrum of mean mixture of cruel substance, which capitalize over few people who are innocent by nature. Gaining advantage directly over innocent two toed lings is not a big deal but it is insane. It defines the character of that particular individual who tries to achieve the same.

The complexity of defining the degree of sin involved in being innocent is like the complexity involved in calling a frivolous person a sinful person. Calling a person sinful for being innocent is unacceptable from the very moment as this thought aroused from deep inside. And it is so awful that the person becomes so innocent at a particular situation that he/she is being cascaded by the fake visage that was portrayed by another person.

The effect of the port created by the geometry of the situation becomes magnanimous or appears to be magnanimous depending upon the innocent nature of that particular person.

Being innocent is not a crime… but being innocent while being hi-jacked by thoughts/acts of another person is a crime!

As far as the one who takes over advantage of the one who is innocent by nature is concerned....

* he/she is cruel by thoughts... which can be witnessed by their action.

* everybody knows Who you are and What you are... people around you are clever, matured and brave enough to tackle you.

* before being banned by the society try to change your mind set.

1 Comments:

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4:36 PM, August 26, 2008  

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