Life as we know is the form of existence that distinguishes plants and animals from inorganic substances and dead organisms. Life can neither be comic nor tragic; it can be an admixture of the two.
If it is a comedy, it can be so in the larger part of human existence and on the other hand if it is tragedy it is determined by its larger part of our existence. The happiness is not doled to us by nature. We have to create our own happiness despite wealth. Life is a comedy for those who think, and tragedy for those who feels. The brittle sentiments create all kinds of feelings which lead us to nowhere.
A philosopher holds that pity is a ‘waste of emotion’. It can well be said that we need sentiments in life but it is better if we use it like oiling on the frictional points. The surplus sentiments have no meaning in life.
Life is a peculiar phenomenon having strangely sprouted in the scheme of nature. And all life ends at some stage or another. No one is immortal and living life is an art that has to be excelled.
Life is like a piano which can be played upon by a maestro who is aware of the appropriate keys and presses them rightly to produce melodious tunes.
Remember things will not change; it’s up to get to you to get the best out of it. There is nothing like total comedy as there is nothing like total tragedy. They are separately created but sometimes they converge at some point. This kind of philosophy can only emerge when the thought element becomes active in mind. Thought has the quality and power of governance while feeling has no such power.
At the end we can say that life is a comedy for those who think and tragedy for those who feel.