Distilled Desires

When all your desires are distilled
You will cast just two votes:
To love more, And be happy.

حافظ Khwāja Šams ud-Dīn Muhammad Hāfez-e Šīrāzī, or simply Hāfez (Persian: خواجه شمس‌الدین محمد حافظ شیرازی), was a Persian mystic and poet. He was born sometime between the years 1310 and 1337.  one of the three greatest poets of the world. His lyrical poems, known as ghazals, are noted for their beauty and bring to fruition the love, mysticism, and early Sufi themes

― شمس الدین محمد حافظ /
Shams-al-Din Mohammad Hafez,
(1325 – 1389 )

ram footnote:-

Breath in Love and Breath out Happiness

True Wealth of Life .

Love All.

compiled : ram H singhal

for

Fragrant Breeze

( Monday poetry)

Saturday Movie : True Grit 1969

Love this western movie for many reasons . courage of a 14 year young girl , photography , story and cast and their role performances .

True Grit, American western film , released in 1969, that was a late career triumph for , who won his only Academy Award for his performance as the U.S. marshal Rooster Cogburn.

John Wayne in True Grit
John Wayne in True Grit

Mattie Ross (played by Kim Darby ) is a headstrong 14-year-old girl who is determined to find her father’s killer, Tom Chaney . She hires the drunken and slovenly Cogburn to help her track Chaney in a remote expanse of wilderness where outlaws roam freely. They are joined by La Boeuf .

John Wayne
(as Rooster Cogburn)

Goudy: Now is it not true that you sprang up on old man Wharton and his two sons with a deadly, six shot revolver in your hand?
Rooster Cogburn: I always try to be ready.
Goudy: Was this revolver loaded and cocked?
Rooster Cogburn: Well, a gun that’s unloaded and cocked ain’t good for nothin’.

Kim Darby
(as Mattie Ross)

Mattie Ross: [watching Rooster load his revolver] Why do you keep that one chamber empty?
Rooster Cogburn: So I won’t shoot my foot off.

Strother Martin
(as Col. G. Stonehill)

Mattie Ross: Do you know a Marshal Rooster Cogburn?
Col. G. Stonehill: Most people around here have heard of Rooster Cogburn and some people live to regret it. I would not be surprised to learn that he’s a relative of yours.


Mattie Ross: I hope you don’t think I’m going to keep you in whiskey?
Rooster Cogburn: I don’t buy that, I confiscate it. And a touch of it wouldn’t do you any harm against the night air!
Mattie Ross: I would not put a thief in my mouth to steal my brains!
Rooster Cogburn: Well, it’s the real article! Genuine, double-rectified bust head. Aged in the keg.

Love all.

(c) ram H singhal

Compiled for :Saturday Music Blog

Flow of Silence

True Gem of Life

“When you are content to be simply yourself

and

don’t compare or compete,

everyone will respect you.” 

-Lao Tzu

(570-490 BC)

ram footnote : –

Searching value in other’s eyes will always bring stress .

Researching own value within , will always bring peace .

this contentment with own self

is

True gem of Life .

Love All.

(c) : ram H singhal

for :Beyond the Rainbow

Thursday Zen notes

I have done my share

“Einstein died at Princeton Hospital, so I headed there first. But it was chaos — journalists, photographers, onlookers. So I headed over to Einstein’s office at the Institute for Advanced Studies.

When Morse walked into Einstein’s office, he snapped a photo of the desk where Einstein had been working just hours before.

Albert Einstein’s office just hours after his death on April 18, 1955. (Photographer: Ralph Morse. Image Source: Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images.)

“I have done my share.

Hours before his death, Einstein’s doctors proposed trying a new and unproven surgery as a final option for extending his life. Einstein simply replied, “I have done my share, it is time to go. I will do it elegantly.

We cannot predict the value our work will provide to the world. That’s fine. It is not our job to judge our own work . It is our job to create it, to pour ourselves into it, and to master our craft as best we can.

We all have the opportunity to squeeze every ounce of greatness out of ourselves that we can. We all have the chance to do our share.

Albert Einstein

( 14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955)

Love All.

Compiled by : ram H singhal :

for : Mind of Zero

Tuesday Science Blog

Encouragement of Light

How did the rose ever open its heart 
And

give to this world all its beauty?

It felt the encouragement of light Against its Being,
Otherwise,

We all remain Too Frightened.

― شمس الدین محمد حافظ /
Shams-al-Din Mohammad Hafez,
(1325 – 1389 )

Love All.

compiled : ram H singhal

for

Fragrant Breeze

( Monday poetry )