Reflection – Article Example

The Notion of Going The early bird always catches the worm. The fast one reacts to issues, the higher his or her probability to succeed is. Mulamadhyamakakarika talks about the notion of going. Going is the action of moving from one point or place to another. It can also be referred as the process of changing from one state to another. In this work, I am going to discuss about my understanding of what Mulamadhyamakakarika refers to the action of going.
In his talking about the notion of going, Mulamadhyamakakarika refers the word to a process of change in different times. In his saying, “what is yet to go is not what is now going, what is now going however requires the possibility of being what has gone and what is yet to go in order for it to be what is going” he means that, the future already exists and the present depends on the past and the future. Therefore all the times are interrelated.
Current failure might have been caused by a failure in the past and it can also make one to fail in the future. The present is a transformation of the future. Mulamadhyamakakarika informs us the importance of reacting to issues immediately they occur. Just do what is required for today and wait for what is to come tomorrow. The more fast one is in reacting to issues or solving problems, the higher are the chances of success even in future.