The Obturator Foramen of the human hip-bone and the nerves and vessels passing through it have strangely derived their name from the Obturator Membrane covering it.
Though I say it covers it- it doesn’t do so completely.
One necessarily obturates an opening once one closes or obstructs it. And that has apparently assumed the form of a rare gift, if I may go on to suggest- which all do not possess, and is a discipline many have to cultivate.
Newest Posts :
- “Haunted” – an account of a cold and eerie morning in the hostel filled with emptiness.
- “Torn” – A self-portrait I had made of my soul-music.
- “Wells with masks” – The true nature of some people will forever be unknown to us.
- A few interesting focal points:
- One of my favourite stories about Gods and Histories.
- A horrifying and enlightening insight into our character.
- A few of my own thoughts that have taken existence.
- A tragic tale of a grieving man of numbers, who couldn’t let go of his sorrow.
- An abstract short story about two particles before they separate at an event horizon.
- How a beetle taught me about God.
- A love story between a leaf and a drop of water.
One cannot always let information escape out of him/her endlessly like an open flame- simply because diffuse uncontrolled energy is a waste- be it positive or negative. Clearly, perfection and finesse is obtained only and only when the energy is focused through a pin-point. Obturation achieves the similar goal- it does not totally eradicate free-space of the mind: but allows it to channelise through a similar figurative foramen and emerge as a focussed and crystallised version of that eternal flame that burns in us all.
And bringing to light the philosophy of Sthaan , Kaal and Patro :
– speak in the right place
– speak at the right time
– speak rightly to the right person
Using this as a channel- we must strive to condense all that we feel, know and experience- into creating such a masterpiece: bringing such creations into existence- that all may feel the pulsating power of our very will. Such is the manner of Obturation.