Thursday, 27 December 2012

The forbidden apple

     What if you want something that you can never have? Do you still try to get it? Of course you do, it's in the human nature to want the forbidden things and the untouchable ones.
     All of these has started with the question of a friend of mine: "What'd you do if you were Eve, would you have done the same thing?" I said "Yes" with no doubt - it's not about humans to resist to temptations.
     It's cool that there are no such things in chess, if you want something, you just work hard enough to get it, no one can forbid you doing it. 
     As in life, everyone has his own forbidden apple or orange,pear or strawberry- the main problem from my point of view is what to do with it when it's no longer forbidden, isn't it to simple just to take a bite? Will there still be anything special about it if I'd know it's taste? It's like when you were a child and your mum didn't let you eat sweets, you're a grown up now, no one can tell you what to do, but you still get a guilt feeling when having sweets... This guilt can be very tricky and it's one's call whether it's worth or not knowing the taste ;)


1 comment:

  1. Ce serait bien de faire une version française de ton blog. C'est intéressant.