An introduction to the eyes in me.
Name – Depends. How you want to remember it!
Age – Increasing by the day, dwindling by the night. In repeat mode.
1. Ramanand Sagar’s “Ramayan”.
2. B.R Chopra’s “Mahabharata”, and another “Mahabharat” where “Shaheer Sheik” played “Arjun”. Good looking chap and a good actor.
3. A few shlokas learnt over the years. (Jokes apart)
4. Highest qualification – “Life”
Life is most definitely a teacher, but only a few of us learn from it.
Life does not teach you based and biased on the colour and the type of the clothes you wear. Or your age, gender or education for that matter. It comes to you in all colours, shapes and sizes.
Similarly, to share the views on the ways to lead life or look at life, the clothes one wears do not play a part in it. When saffron clad learned men and women sit in front of a mic and teach the ways of life, the live audience nod their heads in agreement and awe and promise to follow the suggested ways, like a mantra.
Do we spare the same faith to the philosopher next door, or under the same roof? One may not need to don the colour that heals to help decode life. When certain traditions becomes faith, faith becomes obsolete.
Knowledge is not awarded to a human based on clothes, gender, age etc. There is no ideal picture of a wise person. Just the frames to the pictures are alluring, and then portrait seems perfect, irrespective of the picture in it.
Neither do I wear saffron attire, nor have I renounced the simple pleasures of life. I am just another human being.
“The path towards knowledge makes one look externally. The path towards wisdom seeks internal intervention” – Hema S
That internal intervention is the beginning of wisdom.
I shall talk about my understanding of life in general. Life has happened to me too, as to you, and as to another. I shall talk about how I decode it and how I understand it.
I shall talk about
“Life…From the Eyes of a Mini Skirt”.
More decoding will happen in this space. See you here soon.
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