Saturday, April 18, 2009

My view of my worldview

I think I definitely have a world view. Everybody has. Even a 7 year old child has a certain world view.

The more significant question is: What is the depth and breadth of one's world view.

My world view reflected in [I think] a large part by my blog has some structure. This structure is based on thinking about the most simplest of things so that I have a somewhat clear picture. [I do this because I have a curiosity to have clarity on certain issues.]

These issues are of the "most immediate" nature in my life and so are very basic issues.

Many people even today and before me; for example Iqbal, Rumi, Gandhi and many many others had a world view [Now that was a world view!]

My world view has allowed me to deal with my environment, remain happy, develop good social skills and simply look at my life as a painting that I sketch myself [and that's it].


  1. Assalamo Alaikum

    I am Zahra from Iran, we were in Pakistan in March and we have met then, I have added your weblog address to my google Reader list just when I arrived home. I like your writings; subject and context are both impressive and deep. I have a Persion weblog, of course not like yours, but now I am thinking of an English one, it would be very hard for me, so not sure about that yet. :)

    Have Nice Days.

  2. Thank you very much for your compliment. It's great to know that you find the blog interesting.

    I hope my blog stays interesting! :)

    When you do start a blog in English do give me the link, i'd really like to read it.