It is not My Fault

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The dampness of your hair

The intoxication of your eyes

Even if I get lost here

Its not my fault

Author: Sahithi Nallapareddy

It is not My Fault that Sahithi Nallapareddy a fine blogger of inner beauty and essence nominated me for this Award , which I humbly and Gladly accept . if you also want to be lost …..Visit Her Blog https://sahithinallapareddy.wordpress.com/

With the Award comes 5 Questions ?

Having many answers is Knowledge , Having no question is Wisdom .

1. What are the three things that you want to learn?

Harmonium , Veg Cooking , Painting

2. What inspired you to write ?

Why your Hair Grey and Ours black ? was enquiry of My Grand Children , so replied , Black to absorb from light so for learning and Grey to reflect ,

Have you reflected your Wisdom ? was their next Question ….. that how started writing blogs from that moment in 2010 and journey continues ….

3. One quote that motivates you always ?

Always Better in All Ways.

4. What you want to convey through your blog?

Know One to Know Everyone . and simple path of Creative Enlightenment ,

5. What do you learn from 2020 ?

Baby steps of Totality and Oneness of Body , mind and Soul.

My nominations for ‘The Ideal Blogger Award’ are

  1. https://herladypinkrose.wordpress.com/
  2. https://newlifebliss.wordpress.com/
  3. https://coachingskillsintl.wordpress.com/blog/
  4. https://ahalfearthhalfsky.wordpress.com/
  5. https://onbeingbecoming.com/

All above blogs are value for time Blogs , love them all.

Dear nominees please nominate more exceptional bloggers for this award and answer the questions above.Looking forward to your replies.

Once again thanks to all my fellow bloggers for inspiring me ….. to continue my Journey of Creative Enlightenment

Love all.

(c) ram H singhal

Becoming Human

Once a man came to me and spoke for hours about

“His great visions of God” he felt he was having.

He asked me for confirmation, saying,

“Are these wondrous dreams true?”

I replied, “How many goats do you have?”

He looked surprised and said,

“I am speaking of sublime visions

And you ask

About goats!”

And I spoke again saying,

“Yes, brother – how many do you have?”

“Well, Hafiz, I have sixty-two.”

“And how many wives?”

Again he looked surprised, then said,

“Four.”

“How many rose bushes in your garden,

How many children,

Are your parents still alive,

Do you feed the birds in winter?”

And to all he answered.

Then I said,

“You asked me if I thought your visions were true,

I would say that they were if they make you become

More human,

More kind to every creature and plant

That you know.”

Hafiz 

Khwāja Shamsu d-Dīn Muhammad Hāfez-e Shīrāzī (Persian: خواجه شمس‌الدین محمد حافظ شیرازی), known by his pen name Hāfez (1325/1326 – 1389/1390), was a Persian lyric poet.