Tag: God

I lived and died

I was first born when the Earth was green, The trees were tall, And I wandered around the forest, As soon as I could walk… Gathering some fruit and hunting other animals, Then a big bear bit my head off, Ate me up and that was that.   […]

God in 1985

I was rummaging through some old stuff yesterday and came upon this essay that I had written in 1985 on God … its fascinating to meet your 16 year old self at 48. I seem to have very clear ideas on what God is and is not. Interestingly […]

Shiva as a boss …

Today is Maha Shivaratri – a very auspicious day. I am no expert on the spiritual aspects of this day, but Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev has written about The Significance of Mahashivaratri. I thought of evaluating Shiva as a boss in our limited corporate world. All the Hindu mythology […]

The cold heart

You are cold to touch, all the warmth has left your body. However much we hug you or cry or rub your feet, you won’t be warm again. The life force that made your blood flow has left you and you are lost to us. RIP Taha…  As […]

Prabhu Ki Kripa hai :):)

They say “Man proposes and God disposes”… I never liked the saying, and realised why after hearing Osho’s take on it. Osho said, why would God dispose off any of your proposal because you ask for such small, cheap things like a better car, a bigger home and […]

No resting in peace :(

God is blinded by his own tears …. There are 160+ souls travelling to meet him. He is blinded by his own tears because, of these 160+ souls, nearly 130 are children who hardly have lived 10 to 15 years. But he isn’t crying for them. Their mothers […]

Keep Converting

Ramakrishna Paramahamsa who lived a short luminous life of fifty years was born a Hindu Brahmin. Once he was enlightened, he lived a year as a Muslim and had visions of Prophet Mohammed and then lived a year or so as a Christian. His Maa Kali helped him […]

Hanuman, Jambavan and potential :)

Most Indians would be familiar with Hanuman, the monkey God as he is called. He had an important role to play in Ramayana in finding Seeta and during the war, reviving Lakshman by bringing the entire Sanjivani hill. He is considered “chiranjeevi” or the deathless one. He also […]

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