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Self is God. Self is Guru. Self is Everything.

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Shree Rama Jayam.



Thursday, March 19, 2009

Nothingness


Inside and Outside
You Are...
Break Me!

22 comments:

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Mani:)

What a beautiful way to explain God's presence along with an enchanting photo.

This reminds me of Narasimhaavadaram where questions are asked about God. Is He in the pillar? Is He in the rust?

Finally, God come out and kills the demon. My story may not be accurate. This is the knowledge I gained reading Ambulimama in my younger days. I wonder if that children's magazine is still being published.

Many thanks for the inspiring post.

Wish you a wonderful day :)

KParthasarathi said...

Sarva vyapi-inside and outside-everywhere
Why don't you write some thoughts even in brief ,Manivannan?

venus66 said...

Hmmm nice one. Nice picture.Take care.

shri ramesh sadasivam said...

Once the 'me' is broken then its just 'him.'Nice one Mani.

A New Beginning said...

A besutiful way to express your view, keep up the great work:)

WarmSunshine said...

you, sir, have a way with words :)

My wOrLd... said...

wer do u gt thots and ideas dis way.....?? wer evr it may b, i wud luv 2 go there..... 'coz i noe my lord krishna is der!!!! i can feel it in ur snaps and words.....
takecare....
god bless....

pritha said...

beautifully said!!
An excellent one na!!

with Wishes & Prayers

manivannan said...

# Joseph Pulikotil #

Your memory power is amazing sir... The story, what you have told is absolutely accurate :) Even I'm not sure that Ambulimama is still in publication. but I had never read that magazine :(

Thanks a lot for sharing your thoughts.

happy blogging :)

manivannan said...

# KParthasarathi

I'm pleased to know that sir :) I too wish to share my thoughts but, right now, most of my time is taken away by my office work :(

May be, from next month, I'll write more...

Thanks for the boost up!

manivannan said...

# venus66 #

Thank you venus :)

manivannan said...

# shri ramesh sadasivam #

"Once the 'me' is broken then its just him" I loved that explanation anna :)

manivannan said...

# A New Beginning #

Thanks a lot sana. I glad you liked it :)

manivannan said...

# WarmSunshine #

I'm *smiling* Mehreen :)

manivannan said...

# My wOrLd...#

Honestly, I can't take any credit for the poem rugma...it just happened... Me, just a witness :D

Hmmmm...and its really nice to know the longing it has created in you... More the longing, the nearer you are :)

Thanks for your blessings!

*wishes & smiles*

(P.s: the snap was not taken by me. I took it from deviantart website)

manivannan said...

# pritha #

That makes me happy pabitha :) Thanks for the comment and wishes.I hope you are doing good...

take care!

Ted A. Brooks said...

I understand. Today is my first day to travel the blogging universe and it amazes me how it unravels and those whom I have found.
Angel Blessings

manivannan said...

# Ted A. Brooks #

A warm welcome to my space. Blog universe is indeed exciting. I'm really happy that I too played a small part in amazing you :)

Thanks for dropping by. I wish to see you again :)

Happy blogging!

Princess said...

very thoughtful and thought provoking.. nice

manivannan said...

# Princess #

Thanks ya :-)

Amritbir Kaur said...

Beautiful words..and very meaningful indeed! The nothingness of being and existing is incorporated in these lines...

manivannan said...

#Amritbir Kaur

Thanks for sharing your thoughts Amritbir. They indeed add more meaning to the words ;-)

And special thanks for reading my older posts :D