Somehow I sense that I have spoken to you before. Your manner of speaking is very familiar, especially the overall tone.
The description you posted under your profile is fascinating, an interesting play on words. You said, "I'm what I want to be and I want to be Fransico D' Anconia". That line almost sounds like it is a response to a question more than a simple statement. I wonder what inspired you to use that particular wording?
Even your user name, 'Sumit Aurora' - has a familiar ring to it. Even the particular subject that you have chosen as to be your first post ever at Solo, is very interesting, a fascinating choice of a first topic. No doubt, you will prove to be quite a fascinating young man.
One thing you stated in your opening post that I whole heartily agree with was that a ‘sense of life’ is an outcome of ones judgments. I cannot agree more. I have met people who display a malevolent, brooding, antagonistic, and pathetic ‘sense of life’. But as you so correctly pointed out, a sense of life is an effect not cause. And I must agree that it is not a ‘sense of life’ that one must fight for, but the clarity and rationality of ones mind; if this is done properly, then a benevolent and respectful ‘sense of life will automatically follow. So you see, you and I agree completely on this.
Our having agreed on this topic, may I ask you a question? What would you say are the important ‘primaries” as you say, that a person has accepted into his thinking if his sense of life is that of an unhappy, angry, and especially lonely man?
At any rate, let me be among the first to extend a welcome to you at the Solo website. I hope your exchanges here are enlightening to all, and hopefully to you as well.
George W. Cordero
(Edited by George W. Cordero on 11/18, 2:02pm)