‘Trust in Allah but tether your camel first.’ I love this Sufi saying, but I don’t know who or what the camel is. It changes. The camel is not a fixed entity; it comes in all shapes and sizes. The camel is only a symbol. It simply says one thing: don’t be passive. God has […]
How is anxiety related to desire? It seems easier to see that one is desiring than to see that one is ‘anxieting’ – In fact, there is no verb form for anxiety, at least not in English. Am I desiring my anxiety or anxieting my desire?
The desire is nothing but an escape from the state of anxiety. Desires don’t create anxiety, as ordinarily is believed. Anxiety creates desire.
Man is anxiety.
Just the other day I was telling you: animals have no anxiety, because they don’t have to become – they are. A dog is a dog, and a tiger is a tiger, and there is no problem! The tiger is not trying to become a tiger. He is! He already is! There is no becoming involved.
In the world of animals there is no anxiety. In the world of Buddhas again there is no anxiety, they have arrived…
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I attended a program called Manatarang recently. I am writing this as my experience of the program as a participant in the audience. It was a pleasure to be present for this program. And it was an absolute joy to keep listening to what was … Continue reading Are we doing well, mentally??
My answer to Is Amrita pritam overated as a poet? Answer by Abhivyakti Mirajkar: OK lets start with waris shah nu.. I think this is her own voice… Another one : Main tumhe fir milungi (not in her own voice) Main tumhe fir milungi is … Continue reading Is Amrita pritam overated as a poet?