Saturday, November 25, 2006

Ever Climbed Everest!

I know, the topic at a first glance would either surprise you or you shall take it in another sense. You might think that I am going to talk about some Herculean task and I symbolize it by saying “Ever Climbed Everest!” No, this time when I say that I literally mean that. “Have you ever climbed Everest?” Most of you will answer in negative (If you are one of the Sherpa Tenzings or Santosh Yadavs then please go at the top of this page and click “next blog”).

And If I say that I have climbed Everest, you will surely like to see my forehead and find out whether it has been bannered “Big Fool”. How does one climb the Everest? With the help of some mountaineering tools, ropes, anchors etc…etc.
Does everybody who has these tools can climb the Everest? (No, one who is self motivated, dedicated and blah-blah ….adjectives, he only can climb the Everest – I read this in some children’s book)
So this means that a person’s determination, endurance and many other so called good qualities written in books use these tools through his limbs to climb the Everest.
Now the question arises – How does a person feel when he waves his flag standing at the top of the highest summit in this world? His legs feel tired, hands feel stiff, and body feels lack of Oxygen. Are these all the symptoms of vincing the Everest? How does a man feel when he has reached at the top to be more precise how does his mind feel. What is the state of his mind? Is it a finite state?
Now, here come I with the real issue. If the mental state attained by the Victor is finite and stable then-then-then he probably has fallen a prey into the hands of his mind. His mind wanted to go to a finite and stable state with lesser potential energy just like any Finite State Machine. The activation energy required for the process was too high. So mind used determination, enthusiasm and many other adrenalin flowing qualities to prepare the Limbs to cross that energy barrier and complete the mental-state transfer.

Now I leave you with a thread………Can this reaction be performed in more than one ways. Is it possible to reach that finite mental-state where the mind believes that he has conquered Everest through any other path and not by actually climbing it. Can this reaction be facilitated by a catalyst…………….discussing in next thread.

3 comments:

therock said...

Yes Surely .....

Guru One can surely choose an alternate path to achieve Mount Everast ...
Finite state for Mind is a state where no futher navigation is possible(required) so it depends upon Mind of individual to set his own Mount Everest....

and Offcourse Several Catalysts are there for it ...for us you know what is it ...ha ha ha ....

Tame me I am tired said...

sahi pakda dost ekdum sahi........

vivekanand said...

maine aaj (4th april 07) tera ye Everest vaala blog pada jo tune nov 25 ko likha thaa....
matlab tere dimaag ki ye halat 4 mahine aur 10 din se hai ...