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rajagopal h Trichy / India, Male, 58
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  • POEM: 792. Mother 291208 by Raman Savithiri (12/29/2008 4:19:00 AM)

    amma is one magical word that fancies me; another thing that fancies me is your great writing....great concept from your perennial mind......i notice lots of gaps between every release..please keep writing regularly

  • POEM: 795. Relations Wobbly And Rootless ‘i’ - 171208 by Raman Savithiri (12/17/2008 8:30:00 AM)

    The entire concept of God and life in the vedas is that life or soul or atma as we call it is a part of the higher soul or the divine soul of the universe called paramatma. Just like cells in our body are part of a higher organism called a human! If the cells in our body are selfish then they do not realize that they are a part of a higher structure called a human body and instead just work only for themselves.. whereas a selfless cell which realizes that its a part of the human body as a whole works for the betterment of the entire body!

    A person who realizes this truth that we are a part of the universal divinity, attains salvation or moksha and gets united with the higher paramatma.

    So if we are to claim to be God ourselves, and not just part of the God, then one has to think beyond the self, in terms of the entire universe.. become selfless by giving up selfishness…


  • POEM: 796. To All True Indians 141208 by Raman Savithiri (12/15/2008 7:54:00 AM)

    your patritism and love for Vedas are remarkable compelling me to draw parallels between you and Sarojini Naidu:

    India, my India, where first human eyes awoke to heavenly light!
    All Asia's holy place of pilgrimage, great Motherland of might!
    World-mother, first giver to humankind of philosophy and sacred lore,
    Knowledge thou gav'st to man, God-love, works, art, religion's opened door.
    O even with all that grandeur dwarfed or turned to bitter loss and maim,
    How shall we mourn who are thy children and can vaunt thy mighty name?

    and your reference to pilgrimage i take it as the pilgrimage to the inner self

    please give more stuff like this...your poems are highly natural and many a time i envy your skills

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