Finest Post -September2007 Nominations

Discussion in 'Finest Posts of IL' started by Kamla, Sep 1, 2007.

  1. Kamla

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    Dear Chithra,

    Yes, I read Cheeniya's poem for Vysan and Shanvy and though he mentions it to be his first poem, it was beautifully written like if he were for poems born! Thanks for the nomination.

    L, Kamla
     
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    Dear Vivbass,

    Thanks for this very valuable nomination. Subbu's lines sure holds some golden guidance.

    L, Kamla
     
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    My dear Vivbass,

    It's a pleasant surprise to see that you have recommended my above postings for featuring it as one among the finest posts for September 2007 at IL.

    I feel it as an honour and Recognition for the fine introspections within our minds and actions.

    I also extend my sincere thanks to Kamla for endorsing your view on the above postings.

    Life is not a puzzle to be solved. Every step we make and every moment of our lives we make choices and decisions, small ones, big ones, crucial ones, difficult ones, important and urgent ones.

    Every minute is a choice. To tell u the truth for a long time I have made the wrong choices and suffered the consequences of my actions, but I don’t think that makes me a bad person, if not it has actually made me a better person.

    Knowing what I know now, with the knowledge I carry, I know that even if u think the world is so cruel, it must have something good to offer to let us go this far.

    Life is too precious to live it with regrets, to form a preconceived notion that no good is left.

    Look at it this way if the world is created with the perfect society, with perfect people and everyone just so perfect, no war, no deaths, no tragedy, no sorrow, no pain.

    If we live in this kind of world, how would we know peace? Life? Living? Happiness? Joy? Love?

    If it is freely given to us, then how would we treasure it…

    there are just some things in life worth going through to see the light at the end of the tunnel..

    I believe that I have yet so much to learn and so much to achieve.

    Like I said the first step is always the hardest but it gets easier each time.

    The key is to live it one day at a time and live it like there is no tomorrow.

    Thanks for patient readings & expecting to learn more from our friends articles too..

    Subbu
     

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