- Why do we have the saying "rules are meant to be broken"?
- Whose rules are we breaking?
- Who makes those darn rules?
- Really....I am wondering where does it all start? Who had the moral backbone to start making all these rules?
I don't have a problem with rules :-) I just wonder why people break them so frequently. The world would be such a peaceful place if everyone just followed some simple things:
- speak the truth;
- do their jobs as it is meant to be;
- penalize people who don't do what they are supposed to do.
I must say that as much as I have been a dependable and responsible person, I have not hesitated to break a rule if I needed to.....or wanted to. There is some fun in it, while sometimes it is a neccessity. Most times no one gets hurt.....most times. I am not the conventional/traditional Indian girl as one might think or maybe I am. I don't know - I have not met anyone like me yet. Although as I am growing older I feel the need to follow rules more than before (I still break 'em though!). It makes life more disciplined and easier to follow.
Lately, I have been thinking a lot as to how breaking a rule can change your life completely. If I had followed on the path laid out for any typical Indian girl - my life would have been so different. But it did not happen that way because of my destiny. So, really do we break any rules ourselves? Or is it in our fate to break those rules? So many scientific discoveries would never have been made if one had stuck to tradition and conservative thinking. So...I feel like it should be okay to think outside the box once in a while.