Well Fared 2016

Posted: December 27, 2016 in Uncategorized

The power of imagination that develops perspective is a beautiful aspect of the free mind. It’s fun watching the world with eyes closed. But times change and so do priorities, and the need to keep the eyes open so becomes imperative as the nature of thought changes.

Although, I don’t have anything new to update I’d like to share this video. HOPE you’ll enjoy it.


Odd Singularity

Posted: October 25, 2016 in Uncategorized
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You cry for the dead,
We shed tears –
Tears of joy,
Tears of hope,
A hope for the future,
The bright one that glows,
Burns the moth of amity –
Where a merciless compassion
Rests pristine, preserved
From the world of duality –
Filled with tears of joy,
Filled with tears of sorrow.

I find no solace
Drifting along these grids,
A vibrant web endless, and
Quite different kinds and forms
Together swing rampant
What symphony! What tune!
What field! What force!
Spreads from behind
The cloak of time, and
In all absoluteness
Transcends unmanifested,
From a source unknown!

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Breakdream (Sweet Enigma II)

Posted: September 21, 2016 in Uncategorized


It takes somewhere,
A place longed so long
In sins and despair
With average habits
That flow unchecked
Never push the limits;
Now rise and defy
And see it rising –
A golden hue
Amid the ebullient darkness.

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…So Breathe

Posted: May 10, 2016 in Offbeat


Cultivation of hope,
Fights its way through the soil;
With all the tenacity,
Learns to stand still
And continue to blossom
As long as the sun.
In sweet adolescence,
Dances with the wind
And sings. No song.
But, to inspire the world
And bestow upon thee,
A bud, a flower, a fruit,
A shelter, a home,
And air
For you to breathe –
Is all it longs…

joseph fourier
There it goes
The ugly time domain;
Filled with spikes
And mundane curves
That look like shards on a dusty floor;
That come from a china,
That from a mistress in France –
Clumsy and distressed.
He looks so polluted,
The Mr. Time Domain.

His look so polluted,
Vexes Mr. Fourier,
As he sips on his coffee
Recollecting the pictures on the wall
And how badly he had startled
Hearing the strident cry of help,
As the china touched the floor,
Full of spikes and mundane curves
Crying to be smoothened,
Crying to be transformed,
Into the frequency domain.

Bhagavad Gita

Posted: February 1, 2016 in Offbeat, Science, Social
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Coming from a Hindu family, spiritual education was part of the growing process. Such education was pervasive and accessible, but I never felt the need to pursue it. I was too young to relate to the sermons and understand the implications. Last week, a casual, friendly discourse on non-action (Akarma in Sanskrit) incited me to study the Bhagavad Gita to learn to practice Akarma.

Karma well known in the western society, meaning action or performing a duty – is one of the three Karma Yoga explained in Bhagavad Gita. Akarma the holy karma – pertains to performing a duty naturally and without obligation, not expecting an accolade, reward or proprietorship. To be able to perform Akarma is an incredible achievement as it requires complete devotion and detachment. It comes as a result of unrelenting Yoga, in which one subjugates the mind and the heart, enjoys the happiness within and is detached from the worldly allure.

Akarma is developed by exploring the deep realm of the mind, heart and in-between. Even though many wish to practice this sacred karma, the mind fails most of the many. The unbridled mind discriminates and makes judgements, calculates cause and effect and decides one’s action. The mind, without you knowing, expects fruit of your actions, and as a result engenders desire, anxiety, distress, hate, anger, ego, envy, confusion and similar temporal disturbances – perpetually. To be able to inhibit such involuntary emotions implies controlling the mind – the unit that controls and dictates the self. Is it possible to dominate this predominating unit and dictate the thought process? The need of guidance, I felt imperative; and to find answers, I pursued the Bhagavad Gita.

The experience was unique and enlightening. Unlike in science, where we deal with the outer space – explore the outside nature and formulate laws and principles, the Bhagavad Gita deals with the inner self. In other words, science tries to explain the way of nature, while Bhagavad Gita explains the nature. Great physicists and scientists of the past have tried to reconcile the two, but the challenge is far from difficult.