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Life is an Art
by Sharbaaniranjan Kundu
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Life is not a Science,
It is an Art.

Though there is Science all around us,
but when it comes to living a full life,
it is the Art of Living,
that makes it worthwhile,
that makes it enjoyable.

The moment one tries to make living a Science,
it becomes like the Rubik's cube;
the pefect arrangement becomes elusive.

How many times,
how many people,
have tried to tinker
with one's own life,
with other's lives,
singly, societally,
and have come to grief,
destroyed people,
destroyed selves,
destroyed societies.

They could better nothing,
only came to grief.
Time went on unmindful.

Let us therefore not dig graves
for selves,
for others,
for societies.

Let us learn the Art of Living.
And let Science serve this end.
Let Man not be slaves of Science
for its own sake.

Otherwise,
There is no future of mankind.

July 31 ,2011
More by :  Sharbaaniranjan Kundu
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