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Discussion in 'Poetry' started by Viswamitra, Oct 24, 2021.

  1. Viswamitra

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    When the Sun sends its rays down to this beautiful planet,
    We enjoy the energy that it brings at the outset.
    When we look directly into the source of brightness,
    It is the absence of light that we experience from the blindness.

    When the man begins to construct his thoughts day by day,
    He builds a barrier called mind that journeys into disarray.
    If the mind places itself firmly in the present moment,
    It’s absence is felt and it becomes a divine proponent.

    The love that radiates from every specie is contagious,
    And when it is shared with the rest of the world, it becomes precious.
    Every life goes on a journey until it reaches the destination,
    And it is the absence of health that becomes the cause for termination.

    Mystics choose a path that is different from the rest filled with passions,
    And seek the path of surrender by renouncing their possessions.
    After they realize their suffering is due to the absence of the divine,
    They experience the path to realization is inside their shrine.

    God resides in the depth of the silence,
    The life sustains in the mind’s resilience.
    The cycle of birth & death continues forever,
    Until one finds blissfulness flowing like a river.
     
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  2. Thyagarajan

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    Those are beautiful stanzas
    Connecting sun-mind-moksha axis.

    When semi Garewal pose a question to late actress and former chief minister Jayalalithaa, the latter responded that true happiness could be only “moksha” & Not getting re-born. No other happiness could be equal to this.
    Thanks.
    Regards.
     
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