Wednesday, September 29, 2010

If...


If life followed us, stead of us follow life
and ebb with the tide?
Cease longing and craving for things that are afar.
If we can be happy when dispossessed cause we never owned them to begin with?
Would then ,life be happier than now?

10 comments:

amalg999 said...

A bird in hand is worth two in the bush !!! Why hanker for something we don't know anything about and give up something with which we are familiar ?

Insignia said...

Things happen when least expected.

You get hold of things when you least want them....

That way, let it go and it comes back to you :-)

deeps said...

The word ‘if’ automatically brings a name… Rudyard Kipling … I thought the post had something to do with that ‘if’ …..
Not everything is in our hands ha? Life is like that.. :P

Arun Meethale Chirakkal said...

You seem to be on your way to the spiritual heights.

kavita said...

Anil ,you amaze me with your writings and thoughts.I believe in appreciating and treasuring what we already have and also in working for the dreams that we have.If we succeed ,well and good .If not,move on !

Balachandran V said...

Where had I recently read that instead of searching for happiness, we should let happiness find us? Our possessions, whether they are books or gold bricks, we love them for two reasons; for being what they are and for being ours. we have to just love them for being them; to detach ourselves from our possessions is to detach us from ourselves, which is what they have been telling us. Brooding. Beautiful.

anilkurup said...

@ amalg999
Did you feel I hankered? I dont think I did. Well!

@ Insignia
Yes you are right, it is foolish to cling like a limpet, though tenacity may be good at times.

@ Deeps
Not too familiar with Kipling.And yes not all are in our hands, in fact nothing.


@ Arun Meethale Chirakkal

Spirituality , me ? Oh no, Spirits oh YESSSSSSSSSSS


@ Kavitha

Your sanity is well appreciated.

@ Bals,

Yes you got it.

dr.antony said...

Happiness is not waiting at the end of the road.Learn to take it all along,in tiny bites, and relish.

kaalpanique said...

absolutely yes. it would be. happiness is like a butterfly. chase it and u will never catch it. stand still and it might come and sit on ure shoulder ! loved the part.. dispossessed cause we never owned them to begin with. how true.

anilkurup said...

@ Dr Antony

Waiting a lonely wait at the end of the road and then we notice that "happiness" took another road on it's way!!!!!


@ Kalpanique

Thanks friend , I tried to put in words some stray thoughts and feelings