Archive | January 2013

Discover Me!

He was left alone in a train station. Tears rand down his face and his eyes darted about. He did not know what to do. He was in a foreign country, knew nobody and did not speak the language of communication understood in this country. He went up and down, in and out trying to find atleast a meaning. If not a sign or maybe answers to the many questions he had. But none came, not a symbol not a sign. Confusion blurred his vision and malfunction invaded his mind. Through it all, he was somehow still hopefull that tomorrow will come with a glimse, a spark in that candle. Whether it came, I wouldn’t know. You see according to ME; discovering who and what you are is the longest and toughest journey given to man-kind. Fortunate or not, it is a gift that WE have ALL inherited. However, many die having never climbed on a train to this journey. Others die traveling on the wrong train and a few travel safely and grasp this gift. Those who have touched it, felt it and explore it say it feels like you have control over the universe and control in all your surroundings. They call it ABSOLUTE bliss. I hope you find it too. YOURSELF!


The Journey

As an individual you have encountered different life times, drowned in multiple seas and survived diverse deaths.
All credit is somewhat due to the journey of seeking and finding.
I know you’ve walked multiple path. Shook different hands, in and out of your life. Somehow the journey is visible in your eyes and smile, to those who take time out of their journey and embrace You.
However, to some maybe those you hold dear to, the truth is not always visible. At certain encounters through their eyes, you remain a creature thats enclosed in a sealed box if not, an empty lifeless shell.
You’ve cried waterfalls of tears. Smiled with a smile that inflicted your heart with pins of throbbing pain. And sometimes you’ve smiled that deeply rooted smile which makes your heart skip a beat.
People close to you, will sometime never know you. And for that reason, many find refuge outside their homes because that is not where their abundant happiness is stored.