A fish is thirsty.

Whole world is facing very difficult time due to COVID-19 virus. People of every nation were trying their best to make their part of the world a better place to live. We were living in the best time ever on this planet. Enjoying material life, comfort and little effort to grow in their religious journey too. Irrespective of our religion, this pandemic brought all that to a halt by Lockdowns. It is right time to look at the other side of the coin called human life. With this podcast the effort is to reach out to the one who prefers to listen instead of reading long posts of mine.

Kabir

https://theoceanicwave.wordpress.com/2019/10/07/kabirs-saakhi-in-hindi-meaning-someting-to-learn-from-given-two-line-poem/ Kabir says that all the four ‘Vedas’ of Hindu contains wisdom of ages for today’s people. Kabir has written ‘Saakhi’ of two lines in such a way that they contain extract of all these ‘Vedas’ combine. So if these vedas be treated as milk then Kabir’s ‘Saakhi’ are like ‘Butter’.

Zen in real life.

African Proverb It is amazing that what Zen philosophy says in one way, the spiritual way, this african proverb says in material sense-more practical to understand Zen. Zen people says that just sit silently, doing nothing, season comes and the grass grows itself green! What worked well in a situation, shallow water, same may not … Continue reading Zen in real life.

One quarter of what you eat keeps you alive.

An African proverb is decoded based upon what mystics said.