Friday, 22 July 2011

Red Pill or Blue Pill?

In the movie Groundhog Day, in which Bill Murray played Phil Connors, an egocentric TV weatherman who grudgingly covers the annual Groundhog Day event in Punxsutawney.

The plot of the movie revolves around how Connors wakes to the same day, again and again and again. The town remains the same, the people identical to the day before. The strain drives him to numerous suicide attempts until one day, he decides to re-examine his life and priorities. The movie unveils how he struggles to find meaning and purpose in his life as he learns what works and what does not. He places all attention in altering his view of the world based on his own personal reality, as his external reality is fixed. He transforms his thoughts and values. He transforms what was the worst day of his life into his best day. The only things that change in this transformation are his thoughts and actions.

In reality, taking the red pill in life means approaching things in a way you weren’t expected to at first. They are all taking the red pill in some areas of their lives because they are doing new things every day, while growing and learning.

There are different ways you can take the red pill, and not all of them require doing something exciting that could appear in an action movie. Remember that to take the red pill in life, all you have to do is to consciously act in a way you weren’t supposed to initially.

If you are doing like everyone else is doing, there’s something wrong with you. because you are taking the blue pill and you are not pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. Of course it’s not always convenient to take the red pill in real life, but if you want to grow in life, then the more you take of them, the better.
So do a favour to yourself. Take the red pill in your life, but do it with your head and your spirit, and you’ll reach unimaginable results.

Note:- Declare myself as red pill addiction person. Still overdose from my last pills.....

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