Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Generations Unfold...

Closing voiceover by Mohinder Suresh in Heroes (Season 3 Episode 19) :

Generations unfold — father to son, mother to daughter. Where one leaves off, the other follows, destined to repeat each other's mistakes, each other's triumphs. For how do we see the world if not through their lens? The same fears, the same desires? Do we see them as an example to follow, or as a warning of what to avoid? Choosing to live as they have, simply because it's what we know, or driven to create one's own identity? And what happens when we find them to be a disappointment? Can we replace them? Our mothers, our fathers? Or will destiny find a way to drive us back? Back to the familiar comforts of home?

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Heroes was one of my favorite programmes (until its 3rd season). This quote was really good and I could relate to it.

If you liked this article, you can also read one of my initial blogs on similar lines (thoughtful/philosophical):
http://blog.rishiagarwal.in/2005/09/what-am-i-doing-here.html

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