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Few Lines by Nara
Giving meals, if you grow food Giving shelter, if you build home Giving minerals, if you mine Giving products, if you manufacture Giving knowledge, if you observe Giving answers, if you question with open mind ...... Giving happiness, if you make others happy Giving peace, if you meditate (or remain calm) Giving joy, if you sing GOD’s glory Tolerating, if you abuse Disappearing, if you do not believe Doing duty, expecting nothing in return. Can GOD do anything better? *Answer to small boy who asked me what does GOD do?
Humans are like butterflies Have to grow in stages to fly Beauty lies in every color Ready for changes in every stage Has to break its own cocoon to fly Let us fly like butterfly Spread joy and happiness around Then you can see beauty all around 1) Butterfly comes in many colors, showing diversity is beauty. No color is superior or inferior. 2) Butterflies go through a life cycle that involves several stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. One has to advance in steps. Need patience and perseverance (Persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success). 3) It changes his state at each stage, with out carrying old baggage with it. Butterfly digests itself to create entirely new being of itself. It comes out in the end beautiful, active and cheerful. Leave past and march towards future. Butterfly does it with single-mindedness, with out loosing focus. Live in present. Past is just a dream, you can not go back Future will be beautiful, to look forward to! 4) It has to break its own cocoon, for its wings to exercise and gain strength. IF you break its cocoon, it will not get strength to fly (even survive). You have to learn to come up with your hard work. 5) Takes rest in earlier stages when it has to, and flies when ready. Wait for opportunity and prove your best and make every one happy around you.
Mankind creates both the good and the evil. There are good or bad people every where. Same person can be good to some and bad to some. Countries and Borders are man-made. Every one is just trying to survive. Be strong to make peace, not war. People are people, whatever be race or faith. Every one is unique in world's jig saw puzzle Each piece matters for jig saw puzzle to be complete We are here for a very short time. Let us be the good in the world to keep the balance. Let us make it better for everyone including us.
Love has no language Because Love does not need a language Love may be invisible Because Love is in your soul Love can not be described. Because Love has no shape or form. Love is always blind Because Love does not discriminate Love is all around us. But Love is missed by some Love cannot be seen But love is everywhere. Love does not occupy space But Love is the greatest power. Love does not decrease when shared. But Love increases when shared Note: Bilateral love/relationship is bliss Unilateral love/relationship is mess Love/relationship with only expectation is business Love/relationship with empathy or conviviality is friendship
There was once a Phoenix bird Hovering up in the sky Noticing no one near Nice to watch it above Phoenix finally screams Comes down with thunderous sound All I see is flames! Sad and I close my eyes for a moment From Heaps of ashes Seeing the bird rise again. Flying higher than before Teaching Never to loose hope Everything is eternal End is nothing but start for next Move on as nothing stops Have to go on for ever A phoenix is a mythological bird that regenerates or arise from the ashes of its predecessor.
Saw the mighty firebird above All fall to the ground before Shadows dwell wherever Thought nothing lasts forever War is over. Who has own? Does not matter. What left matters. Clearing heaps of ashes around Sowing lots of hopes around Immortality may be a fantasy But Phoenix exists inside us Bringing an end to last scene Ready for the next scene of the play. A phoenix is a mythological bird that regenerates or arise from the ashes of its predecessor.
Kindness and Compassion are twins Needs two to make a sibling Smiling face puts out burning anger Honesty replies misunderstanding Soft hug can massage paining body A thoughtful word will answer a book of problems No one's heart is an island Let us sow courtesy all around
I live in faraway land longing for mother land Loved her like anything else nothing more than that I praise and and adore her when there is time to spare I wish I could have remained adding one to long wish list
Siddhartha, saw a wounded swan Blood dripped from the wound Dressed and took care of it That is Siddhartha's Compassion Cousin, came and claimed the swan Because he shot the swan. Siddhartha will not give it as it belongs to the saver Siddhartha released the bird, When it was fully cured He tried to save all suffering mass Eventually became a buddha *Buddha is a title and anyone can become buddha by good deeds
Gautama Buddha, saw a limping lamb Taken for the sacrifice Took the lamb to nurse and care Stop, Objected the great priest Leave the lamb for the sacrifice. Straight it can go to heaven But lamb wants to live, said Buddha Went to King to settle the matter Discussed the purpose of sacrifice Priest wanted to go to heaven Let Priest be sacrificed Let us send him to heaven, said Buddha Priest begged for his life Sacrifice ignorance to flames See the Heaven in compassion Golden words from the true Teacher
I am a wanderer, looking Aimless Just Looking at my next step Enjoying everything around Adding friends along the way I can never be late or early I can never get lost Will not be there, when I reach my destination Why bother about destination! *Saw a movie on artist exploring Inca culture. Explorers are wanderers
What is said is not important. What is heard is important! What is understood is more important!.
Popular people say what every one knows. Learned say what is not known, which does not interest many people.
Justice seems to have been done. That is more than enough.
Justice must not only be done, but must also be seen to be done”. This dictum was laid down by Lord Hewart, the then Lord Chief Justice of England in the case of Rex v. Sussex Justices,