After birth, spaciousness took away the integral essence of our words? The more the verses we knew, the more the space we kept adding; while not realizing that sometimes that one verse; that one word; that one worth could mean/signify everything else in our lives kept remaining unsaid; we kept learning more than we needed to and never unlearned what we intended to at certain times?
The point emerges that as we grew and evolved with our lives; how much credence did we ever allocate to the divine essence of our lives? That one word, that one mantra, that one syllable, that one focus that was there long ago, became covered with a heap of innumerable and indistinguishable set of words?
Did we hold onto the divine principles and divine values that we came into this world with please? That was then, before birth, we knew and recited the name of God ever sow graciously and devotionally with the purest of emotions and shuddh bhavana=pure intentionality; then we were not speaking any language and were more eloquently able to express ourselves; so now when we are going on learning, are we integrating some of the divineness within our words to realize that we were life; that we wear life and that we keep on wearing down our lives by clinging onto certain sets of anxieties through the misguided emotional feelings and thereby yet acquire another newer set of words that lead us more distantly/far away/remotely from the verse/the word of God that we always knew by heart.
Let us seek to in between our ever expanding schedules, allocate a few moments everyday to reflect upon the word of God’s light as well as the light of God’s world with the eyes/vision of our hearts wisdom ever sow graciously; Shiva Shakti bhava, God bless.
© 2016 Vashi Chandi