Life is all about chilling (36°c to 0°c)

Krishna Moorthy D
Jan 7 · 4 min read
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It’s all about getting out of the heat and chilling. Once you’re done with chilling, you get back to heat and then repeat (confusing huh!?).

You stay in your mother's womb for approximately 10 months at a temperature of 36°c (which is hot) and definitely you were not chilling. You were kicking so hard to get out of there.

and then, you come out!

Kid!

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Well, a very good majority of the hospitals have air-conditioned labor rooms or operation theaters to control infections. Which means that you come out from 36°c to approximately 20°c.

Your first chilling and you cry (it’s alright, shit happens).

Then you do all kinds of shit until teenage and repeat it at 2x pace (that’s teenage). The chilling happens at different levels of temperatures, but still, the heat is important to make you realize the power of chilling.

You fail a lot, but you don’t give a fuck (because you don’t know the meaning of that cool word). You love unconditionally and forget to understand the fact that you’re limiting yourself gradually.

and then you figure out that you’ve become an,

Adult!

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Adult life is the most interesting part of life because you get to have the time (a lot), energy (indeed a lot) and money (uh oh!).

It’s very hard not to explore the mid-age of your lifespan. It’s the best time to chill and to learn how chilling works. All kinds of chilling happen at all kinds of temperatures, but by the time you’re an adult you get to understand the fact that to chill, you need face the heat.

Then you get laid with your hot girlfriend or boyfriend in your bedroom at 16°c just to make sure that you still keep chilling. The ultimate “chilling goal” of adulthood is to find that experience which keeps you chilling.

Mountains are calling (no, they don’t call), your mental and physical need of chilling is triggering the call inside your mind. Get me a chilled beer, because who wants a hot bear.

It keeps on going. I strongly believe that chilling is inversely proportional to love. Because at the beginning of your lifetime, you’re just getting started with chilling and your love is unconditional.

By the time you become adult, you’re a professional chiller and then again your limit “love” with certain conditions.

and then you become,

Old!

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You’re pretty done with getting laid. You give fewer fucks and start loving unconditionally (again removing limits).

Guess why?

It’s because you’re not comfortable with chilling (accept it, your body can’t it). You can only withstand around 28°c to 22°c.

It’s a natural phenomenon blended with economical revolution. Adulthood is the most interesting part, because you get to chill a lot and you learn the concept of chilling. You also got the energy and physical requirements to chill hard.

Old age isn’t like that. By the time you’re 70+ you get this feeling that your time is near and you’re absolutely right. Living with that kind of mentality isn’t negative, it makes you do even more at the old age.

and then you die! (guess what’s most interesting).

You get to chill again in the mobile freezer. Your son working in New Zealand? wow, you get to chill two more days.

It’s pretty natural. There’s nothing wrong in chilling out or chilling in, unless and until you make sure that you don’t limit yourself. The pattern that came to my mind with the intense need of chilling is what that made me write this article (and I believe it’s relatable).

Reporting this article at 22°c (I chill all the time)

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my personal blog to share my experiences, travelogue, experiments with google and brand building. I’d prefer being active here rather than on the social media profiles. I’m a full time blogger and founder of an Internet company known as Dike.

Krishna Moorthy D

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converting complex to simple with the power of Internet. Blogger and content writer since 2014, love writing on medium (in a relationship actually).

Parallel space

my personal blog to share my experiences, travelogue, experiments with google and brand building. I’d prefer being active here rather than on the social media profiles. I’m a full time blogger and founder of an Internet company known as Dike.

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