By Somali K Chakrabarti
This quote delves into human psyche and finds universal relevance.
In the image we see that reflection is so similar to the original that it is difficult to tell apart the shadow from its origin.
Similarly, rebounding echoes can create confusion, which makes it difficult to distinguish between the original sound and the reverberation. The phenomenon is also applicable to emotions, the distinction between emotions and remembered emotions being complex. Sometimes, after a moment passes, the remembered emotions resurface, and memories of the moment leave a stronger impact than the moment itself .
The universal relevance of the echo phenomenon can even be found in today’s competitive marketplace. Copies, we see, are often louder than original, and duplicates find their place in the market.
The quote is taken from the book ‘Stray Birds‘ , a collection of short poems and aphorisms written by Tagore. In the poems, Tagore draws inspiration from nature and describes the splendor of nature, in a way so beautiful that it soothes the soul. The short, simple and lucid verses flow with ease, leaving a lingering memory in the heart and mind.
This is Day 2 of the Quote Challenge, given to me by Itsmine, who blogs on “U R always welcome”
With a thanks to Itsmine, I reiterate the rules again.
The rules are as follows:
My nominees are:
Cocktails, Mocktails And Life
Tales to tell…
Hope you all enjoy taking up this simple challenge.
The challenge requires that I tag 3 more people on Day 3. So, please let me know if you want to take up the challenge.
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