Love letters to ‘LIFE’ – Not a Dice!

Dear Life,

Do numbers matter? May be, may be not. What matters is how I see you and how you see me.

I see you through the tears that fills my eyes and, you roll it down my cheeks. You ensure that you make me smile and, that happiness fills my heart.

I came into your arms crying! That is how your welcome was. So, that’s fine if I get to cry sometimes. It reminds me of those fortunate days you teach me. I love you even more when you bestow that laughter which you feel due towards me or owe me.

I love that you keep me held in your arms. The lessons you teach me. And you make sure I learn.

Though it may seem like I have you, you tend to remind me that you have me as well. So as we have each other to love, does number on the time matter? May be, may be not.

All that matters is I have you and you tell me that you have me.

This love matters.

Love,
Me.

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Love as a definition is “a strong feeling of affection.” A feeling vividly felt for and towards humans or otherwise, in our lives.

Life without love may seem unreal. But, love with life is far more real and misunderstood for gratitude towards life. Love is not gratitude. Love is a fact, a truth, a bond beyond gratitide.

Love letters to ‘LIFE’

This letter is titled – Not a Dice!

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Earth –  Our piece of peace!

Among our share of wordly possessions, we often seek ‘peace’ on the top of rest of the desires. We seldom realise that peace is where we stand, where we sit, where we rest, where we place our abode. That peace in a piece of land. This holy earth.

When it comes to catagorisation of wealth, land is counted as one of the prized possessions. Land or earth, symbolizes, pride, wealth, abode, territory. But, it also symbolizes, gravity, gratitude, strenght, support and a place to be called home. The existence of ‘rest’ or ‘peace’ as we call it. Soil is often also metaphorically referred to as the base of our existance or our identity.

How ever strong a being is, would not be able to stand unless supported by the earth. This soil provides its ground to stand still even to a mountain or a tree.

Our dreams on reaching heights or the height of our flight also begins from this ground. Ground is the begining of every flight we make.

This humble ground teaches us the treasure our life holds in itself. While we live on the earth we are bound to find that peace we spend our lives hunting for. We just need to understand the ground we are standing on.

Possess that gratitude which indeed would become our strenght, and help us with the peace which lies with this gravity and bring us back home to understand our true identity.

Earth

Our piece of peace.

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The companionship of body and soul is a mystical bond beyond our comprehension.

We often see the body and know of its importance but curious to read the soul which is the lifeline of the body.

HemasSphere brings to you the soul or the lifeline of the five elements of nature and how they represent our lives.

Fire, Water, Air, Sky and Earth.

This post concentrates on ‘Earth’.

Sky – There is flight in hope!

We hope to find our sanctuary far away from most of our problems. We do look at things seeking miracles and seek an asylum at times when in need of one.

That direction we look upon for answers or help is mostly towards the Sky. As comical as it may sound, we generally look at the Sky seeking answers or expecting miracles to erase our problems.

Sky, depicts faith, fate, height and flight. But also depicts depth. Depicts sanctity and a hope assuring that dreams come true and wishes will be fulfilled. And above all a never ending vast journey by heights and by width and without limits or boundaries.

Our faith lies in things unseen, mystical, hoping our wishes to be fulfilled and hope to come true. Irrespective of the height one needs to go to reach their dreams, it gets imperative to take a flight towards those heights first. The flight of hope is important, rather than the height one has reached or can reach.

Sky provides us with that roof above our head. That mystical energy of hope and faith. Asks us to take a leap of faith. That is the roof which protects/takes us from/towards all the seen, aspiring and unforseen journey we need to cover in this lifetime.

We should always learn from that roof called Sky to keep us on our wheels and go ahead with the journey.

Sky

There is flight in hope.

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The companionship of body and soul is a mystical bond beyond our comprehension.

We often see the body and know of its importance but curious to read the soul which is the lifeline of the body.

HemasSphere brings to you the soul or the lifeline of the five elements of nature and how they represent our lives.

Fire, Water, Air, Earth and Sky

This post concentrates on ‘Sky’.

Air – There is silence in noise and noise in silence!

We often believe that what we see is what exists. How often do we realise that this would just be a lore! Everything is seen, from desires to bridges, from feelings to myth, from faith to belief and from a lie to truth.

How often do we see the soul inside a life! Something which can’t be felt or seen, but still exists. This path towards soul search leads us to, Air.

Our existance depends on the existance of Air. Never seen, but just felt. One of the sacred lifelines for our existance.

Air represents awareness. Without awareness life would seem like a journey without destination. Awareness is like knowledge printed on the empty pages of a book.

Air brings awareness, to let us hear things to our capacity, to see things moving towards or away from us and, to feel, which forms the unique but basic quality to be carried by us humans. We need to carry and absorb inside us that quality which air possesses. To be aware and spread awareness of positivity or otherwise and life within and beyond us.

Live and let live, be aware of the freedom of awareness. Move along with life as it keeps you rolled towards destination of your journey. Embrace awareness.

Air

There is silence in noise and noise in silence!

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The companionship of body and soul is a mystical bond beyond our comprehension.

We often see the body and know of its importance but curious to read the soul which is the lifeline of the body.

HemasSphere brings to you the soul or the lifeline of the five elements of nature and how they represent our lives.

Fire, Water, Air, Earth and Sky

This post concentrates on Air – third of the series.

Water – There is victory in every defeat!

Equations in life which don’t seem real are, how to get defeated and yet conquer. How to remain humble yet fierce. How to accomodate and yet be unique.

Examples of such characteristics to be found among us in our lives get moot unless we pay attention to the gift which nature has to offer us. This gift is water.

Hold it in your palms, but can’t capture it in your fist. A life giver mostly, but could take it away too. Takes the shape of its holder yet remains the show stopper.

We get defeated by death, but that does not stop us from conquering time by living every moment. We have the ability to charm others lives and be a burden too depends on what we choose to be. Socially be a part of the world, accomodate, yet stand out among the crowd.

Water flows and takes along with its tide or remains still. But flowing water takes it to places and moves along with time, similar to how our lives are carved out to be.

Nature as a teacher does its role, but how we learn and how much we observe is entirely upto us.

Accomodate, move with time. Choose a place and yet be found in other places.
Live it all, yet give it all. Water teaches us to be an intelligent body and a strong soul.

Water

There is victory in every defeat.

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The companionship of body and soul is a mystical bond beyond our comprehension.

We often see the body and know of its importance but curious to read the soul which is the lifeline of the body.

HemasSphere brings to you the soul or the lifeline of the five elements of nature and how they represent our lives.

Fire, Water, Air, Earth and Sky

This post concentrates on Water – second of the series.

FIRE – There is light only when something burns!

We mostly want to escape from the unwelcome darkness in search of light. That light which would pave a path towards the life which we desire.

How do we escape the darkness if we don’t want to face that fire which gives light! That light which is a product of darkness going in flames.

We often associate fire with excruciating pain, or fear or destruction. Though it is all of the above, but it is also light, warmth, creation and a symbol of purity. Creation of something new when something old, which may have been loved or loathed went up in flames. Result of that destruction not only gave away light, but also created a road for a new beginning.

Fire being one of the sacred elements of nature, it should be associated with the purity of life we desire to live.

Let us evolve beyond the fear and the pain which is the essential cost of living and try to worship those necessary things which went up in flames leaving behind a light and purity to take us to our future course.

Creation being a reminder of the necessary evolution.

FIRE

There is light only when something burns!

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The companionship of body and soul is a mystical bond beyond our comprehension.

We often see the body and know of its importance but curious to read the soul which is the lifeline of the body.

HemasSphere brings to you the soul or the lifeline of the five elements of nature and how they represent our lives.

Fire, Water, Air, Earth and Sky

This post concentrates on first of the series.

Body and Soul – A bond!

Neither an emperor nor a slave
Who among them is a ruler
Cannot though comprehend
Another to be enslaved

A bottle of ingredients
Or a water in a container
A vast ocean of obedience
With ships which sail

Bond with each other
Live out as a body and a soul
Never together with each other
But never complete without each others role

A ticking clock in a companioinship
Blessed with a life of its own
With begining towards the end as a journey
And end of every begining towards another road.

Hema S

Land of questions!

Is it a land of desire
Or is it the land I desire
How much did I have when I was raised
By this soil
How much did I own
When I lived here
How much mud was I made of
Or my soul needed some of it too
Did I need food or just soil was my blood
Did I need blood or just land was my family
If I was free why was I just tied to this land
Even when I went up the sky
Why did I need the land
If I was made of mud why did
I smear others mud on me
Why did I strip others of their mud
If land was my pride
Then why was I not enough for myself
All I had to understand that
When soil birthed me
And when I left the body of mud
I belonged to mud
I belonged to land
But land did not belong to me.

Hema S

A tell tale!

Is it faith
Or just fate
When our hearts
Are used as bait

Is it desire
Or a need to aspire
To walk on water
Is tougher than walking on fire

Is it a need
Or just another deed
To hold another responsible
For our own greed

Is it remorse
Or is it guilt
Trust is valuable
And not easy to build

Is it time
Or just another tale
Nothing more to than surrender
Coz life does not bail

Hema S

Free….yet a prisoner!

I was a prisoner of my freedom
Travelled freely across the world
But missed to stop at my world

I was a prisoner of my freedom
Soared high in the sky
But missed my ground to rest

I was a prisoner of my freedom
I thought time was in the palms of my hands
But still could not buy myself more time

I was a prisoner of my freedom
Free from the pain of a broken heart
But could not to erase the pain of my lonely soul

Hema S