- Thank you, Purnakama, for your most encouraging, inspiring and illumining post! I will have to get that book; hopefully it will be available in October.
Many, many thanks,
- Hi, Mahiruha!
Thanks for that nice poem!
You have quite a talent for both prose and poetry. May your pen never run dry!
with gratitude, Kamalakanta
- How about this poem by Sri Chinmoy as a reply?
"You can achieve everything in life
If you can dare to believe
That your soul is having a continual adventure
In the heart of God's
Evolving and transcending universe."
-Sri Chinmoy, Ten Thousand Flower-Flames, Part 61
Hoping to be more daring,
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You are not alone asking yourself what is going on in your life, beleive me, meny of us have the same feeling. For me answer is - living in now, and not to think at all what the next moment is bringing up. Of cource, it is easy to say, but very difficult to put into practice and to give up all our plans and wories etc.
Over years I came to find out that my purpose in life is to realise God, this is what is my job and everything else is a frame which helps this Goal to happen. Whatever I do I could see the vision, and nothing else, and only step by step I've come to something. I have never been able to see more than one step at the time, and sometimes it is really frustrating for the mind.
Sri Aurobindo says in some writings that the souls who gave powerful promises to the Supreme before they came to the earth, have extremely difficult and hard lifes in the physical plane. The more powerful is the promise, the more complicated is the life, and I've never found out why it should be like this.
All the best, our task is to be happy unconditionally and it is the another part of the mind's selftransendence.
Gratitude to all for posting,