Tag Archives: life and death

Om Namah Shivay!

via Daily Prompt: Natty

Lord Shiva is one of the most peculiar Gods of Indian Philosophy. He is a Destroyer and a transformer, a Passionate lover, a Ferocious warrior, the Lord of the Cosmic Dance and the very personification of the dynamism of our universe!
At the same time, Shiva is also regarded as formless, limitless and unchanging absolute Brahman (Ultimate Reality) and the primal Atman (soul, self) of the universe. Shiva is the name given to consciousness that dwells in us all, our true identity, our soul!

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The Game

We often say “It’s not a child’s play, Life-and-Death”.

But what if all of this is just a game? And we are merely a pawn on someone’s chess board?

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Assurance

“How come you stand by the door these days?”
“Now I’m confident that I won’t jump from a running train…” Continue reading Assurance

Lone Leaf

 
A lone leaf on the empty branch of a tree
Awaits the winds that would set him free
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Fate has no Reprieve

via Daily Prompt: Reprieve
“Necessity is harsh, Fate has no Reprieve” – Euripides
This month has just proved this quote to be true. Truly fate has no reprieve. Life is so uncertain you actually don’t know what’s in store for you. Are we going to be alive the next morning to turn off the alarm that we have set? Which moment, which action is going to definitely seal our inevitable death? When will we breathe our last! We don’t know anything. Nothing is certain.
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