the opportunist


  I have observed this quite often that the principally ‘right’ actions done under unfavourable circumstances become ‘wrong’, where as the ‘wrong’ things done under favourable circumstances become perfectly ‘right’.

   An idealist will argue that it is the power of the convictions of actions that make the circumstances favourable or unfavourable, where as a realist may at times give in to the hands of circumstances to bless the actions the character of being right or wrong.

   Luckily, I have lately become an opportunist.

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6 thoughts on “the opportunist

  1. Eventually the opportunist will be regarded an amalgamation of both the idealist and the realist.Somehow or the other,deep inside we all are weathercocks milking our way through the process of rationalisation to satisfy our conscience,aren’t we.

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