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Author: Ramneet
ASL Info:    33/F/Boston
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Being gay and glum,
two phases of life,
like dawn and dusk.

Without tasting the acrid taste of pain
flavor of gaiety cannot be relished.

Time the best healer.

The excruciating pain of all agonies
suffered in life
subsides with time.

Everyday dawns with a ray of hope
and life keeps evolving.

Poignancy makes the foundation of life strong.

Being gay and glum,
both states of mind,
mind governs our attitude.

Human beings always complexed in the intricacies of life.

Human life is a journey.

This world our sojourn.

The real purpose of life is to explore the unexplored
to have an enlightened mind,
for the salvation of our soul
to enter into the world with no pain
and be our saviour.

Submitted on 2008-04-14 08:43:53     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  What an excellent philosophical message is contained in this sage poem! Experiencing the inevitable pain encountered in life allows us to feel life's pleasure with with far greater wisdom and intensity!

Nice work, lovely lady!
| Posted on 2010-06-30 00:00:00 | by Ron Cole | [ Reply to This ]
  I enjoyed this piece - good meditation - that our ability to feel pain is also our ability to feel wonderful. Life is what we make of it and thought and attitude and how we learn and deal with things is how we evolve spiritually. Thanks for sharing!
love,peace,joy,abundance & smiles to share
tif ~*~
| Posted on 2008-04-14 00:00:00 | by Epiphany | [ Reply to This ]

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