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A thought…

20 Jun

A:  “At times, man advertently yearns to follow what his heart says. He remains and likes to remain in the sate of dream. However, sooner or later one has to face the reality.”

B: “It happens. Quite often, it does. When man deliberately follows and yearns to follow heart. When a ground remains unwatered for long, it cracks. It remains no more prolific. Becomes barren. Infertile. That’s why it is softened with the passage of time. Man is also like this ground. Made of mud. Following of mind always, he becomes stiffened. Harsh. The matter of sensitivity gets diluted. Vanishes. He becomes barren.  That is why, perhaps, Almighty, has blessed him with a heart. So that he might be “softened timely”. His harshness may not go beyond the limits and his soul get nourished. Nurtured.”

 
2 Comments

Posted by on June 20, 2013 in Dil ke Batain, Viewpoint

 

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2 responses to “A thought…

  1. White Pearl

    August 10, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    Beautiful thought…. Like your analogies…. Man likes to remain in a state of dream and you know he dies sometimes in the same dream….Sometimes he never manage to be brave enough to face the reality…. He closes his eyes…. These people are said to be dead inside….Who die before their death !! you may be right…May be heart is there to nourish the soul time to time…. But it is the same heart without which man can not manage to live a single moment ! :)

     
  2. FD Sheikh

    August 10, 2013 at 4:24 pm

    White Pearl, you seem to have handsome grip over philosophy of life. Agree with you to some very good extent. :)

     

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