July 28, 2012


Among the queries I posted earlier, the thing that played in my mind was: why is too much, bad? Economics would rectify this through the law of diminishing returns. Other great minds have their own ways of explaining it, but I think that it all comes down to guilt. The meaning of guilt and our notions of it would tell us how it fares. Overstatements sometimes destroy the definition of guilt. What is guilt is at times co-existent with conscience or judgement.

The answer to the question above lies on our own definition and what is guilt to us. It depends on how we weigh things as they happen. Not everything that’s too much is bad. It is our guilt that tells us if it’s good nor bad. 

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