Re: Time inflation
- "Enthusiasm, cheerfulness, dynamism, they all make time yield more..."
replying to your post on 31st March..
When my friends have birthdays or I want to give a special gift to
someone I like selecting some of Guru's poems and writing them into a
little notebook for them. On some pages I stick pictures or leave
them blank for their own drawings and pictures and I may also
decorate the poems with doodles or stickers. It's a nice creative
extension to meditation and especially nice as a gift for disciple
I just made a book like this for one of my 'honorary grandchildren.'
She is 16 and is herself a poet. It's taken a month or so, making use
of lots of odd moments and a lovely excuse for reading Guru's poems
while thinking of someone special and selecting the poems that I
think they will like, find useful or relate to.
As I wrote the following poem for her, it reminded me of this post,
Kamalakanta. So with your list of enthusiasm, cheerfulness and
dynamism which I fully agree are powerful ways of maximising the
power of the hour, I now add unconditional love for God.
Love God unconditionally.
You will not be chained
By earthbound time.
Has anyone else found other poems or references in Guru's writing to