Random thoughts

Nature is perfect static

Not missing a thing

But then

Only we are unique

The explorers……

Copyright (c) 2020 Namrata D Prabhakar

No final goodbyes

     Who would have thought

     That there would come a time

    A loved one, a friend , an                      acquaintance

     May leave the world

    Alone somewhere in isolation

 

 Bound by own limitations

Helpless  loved ones morn 

In their own isolations

Tears of saddness rolling down

Empty arms hugging self

Thinking of good times bad times

The laughters , the cries, the anger, the LOVE

Infinit shared moments

       Saying a prayer for liberation              of the Soul

      The pain of loss would never              lessen

      But the regret will alway remain

     Of not being there

     To say a final goodbye

 

Lesson learned :

Never let a fight or difference stay long enough to create a rift, life may or may not give an opportunity to make it GOOD again.

 

Copyright (c) 2020 Namrata D Prabhakar

Home Sweet Home – A myth?

My home

I want to have a home of my own

Home Sweet Home

Etc……numerous sentiments and phrases . Most of our life we spend most of our time, money and energy to have a space of our own.

Then why today people are finding it so difficult to be in there?. They are looking ways and means to make themself comfortable in their own private territories. Feeling is of torture rather than Peace

What an irony

Now of all the times, people want to go for walks, exercise, enjoy the nature.

No one wants to watch TV, bury their heads into mobiles, no family times. Children are getting bored with their gaming, online things.

The very parents who would complain about not spending enough time with their children, why are they not taking advantage?

This will pass sooner or later

Stop complaing be greatful

Think of the homeless who are the most vulnerable to this catastrophic situation. ,

Very important

Time to Salute the Moms and wives, who stay at home most of the day. Greet you with a Smile 🌝🌝 and a Hug when you come back, irrespective of your response

Copyright (c) 2020 Namrata D Prabhakar

Going back to basics Part I

Since the outbreak at China started enhulfing other parts of the world (hardly any place untouched now), I keep going back in time and appreciate the logic of our Ancestors for doing things a certain way.

People , in so called modern society,  who ridiculed the old ways and now seeking the older wisdom.
A few thoughts to make my point :

– Trafitional Namstay, considered old fashioned by todays modern  society,  is now  safest way to greet 🙏🏻

– May be 2 generations ago and still in the remote/rural India, people observe the practice of leaving their footwears outside near the main gates. And washing their hands, feet and face thoroughly before entering the house.  The logic was to wash off the dirt and grit of the day .

– Would drink water without touching the glass or container


Would not hold baby or small children immediately after coming from outside, avoiding passing on any germs to them

– Would eat in a thali (plate) served individually to avoid contamination of food for other, as food was eaten using hands

– Hands were washed thoroughly after finishing food. Today napkins have taken our live

–  Performing havans and poojas were a norm. The purpose was to purify the atmosphere in and around the house. The pure ghee, camphor and other ingredients used are  believed to be natural purifiers.

The list is extensive……

In this testing time if we are mindful and aware of our routine and habits it may go a long way to keep us and others safe.

We can not go back but always adapt some good old practices to sustain in a better way


To be continued…..

Continue reading “Going back to basics Part I”

2020-Year of Freedom and Liberation

Friends starting my 2020 blogging journey with a message from my GURU/MASTER – MOHANJI

A true companion is someone who is around you when you need him, but will never limit your freedom or free will.
A true friend is one who is stable, will never leave your hand in any situation, and loves you without any expectations.
A true guru is one who always keeps his followers free and unbound.

In all relationships, the bottom line is FREEDOM.

Mohanji
On Born Free, Live Freedom