krishnakumar chandrasekar nair

(1964 and doing pretty good.. / Thiruvalla, Kerala)

God of us all.........


Please let God of us all simply be
Beyond the realms of philosophy
Hope is all we now really need
And that's best served with divinity

A rationalist has his high logic
Born of a super intellectual brain
That still fiddles for real answers
In this vast and endless cosmic space

A believers path is easy
And his pain easy to bear
While philosophers feel queasy
When the going is rough and unfair

Did we really create Him?
Or did He really create us?
The dividing line is quite thin
And in logic, we’ll miss the bus

But there maybe a reason for such “believing”,
That our brains cannot yet truly understand
As a soothing balm to this unending pain of living
We must pray for help from that unseen divine hand........

Submitted: Monday, May 05, 2014

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A timeless riddle as to whether God created us or did we create Him. The debate rages..........

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