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Perfection
by Rajender Krishan
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Nature
seasonal
self-controlled
orderly
 
In force with
each movement,
compassionately
for equilibrium
 
Life knows
how to celebrate
excellently
sagaciously
 
The Masters know it
Egomaniac does not
   

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August 20, 2020
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Comments on this Poem

Comment Spiritual scripture.

V.K. Joshi
08/31/2020 05:29 AM

Comment Life knows/how to celebrate /Excellently /Sagaciously....The Masters know it......simple and beautiful ....scriptural wisdom! Therein lies the experiential glory of life.

R. K. Bhushan Sabharwal

R. K. Bhushan Sabharwal
08/29/2020 11:47 AM

Comment Fine poetry that captures in a few lines the ways of the Radiant Force that runs the Universe

ANEETA CHAKRABARTY
08/28/2020 12:48 PM

Comment Well said by the master!

Pavalamani Pragasam
08/24/2020 11:02 AM

Comment ......Perfect......

Nikhlesh Mathur
08/24/2020 01:37 AM

Comment Beautiful written . Thanks a lot.

DILLIP KUMAR DAS
08/21/2020 10:00 AM

Comment Hinduism is indeed about realization through one's own efforts and Karma and one should definitely feel great about it; unlike other Abrahamic religions that have been busy crusading and looting others for the past two thousand years.

Alfredo Loarte
08/21/2020 07:21 AM

Comment The Masters know it
Egomaniacs do not.

'Masters' is not without a connotation of proud achievement that Hinduism is all about - through one's own efforts. Egomaniacs are the other side of the same coin. Rather, to fix one's attention on one's lowliness and rejoice in one Master, the Divine.

Richard Ashby
08/21/2020 04:44 AM

Comment One must try to know the art of living, the joy of living, this is not in getting or seeking for more somehow than one have.

bijay kant dubey
08/20/2020 23:46 PM




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