Treasure Island

Ramdas Bhandarkar

(Madikeri)

Life is not A question, But It is an experience!


Life is not a question that to be
solved,
it should be experienced!
Life is that experience of facing
and solving problems,
toughest is to know the one who experience.
The evolution of life itself is story
of trial and error!
life itself is that greatest observer
of itself!

The vision of invisible viewing through mortal eyes,
hearing the silent eloquent by mortal ears,
touching the one beyond touch by mortal skin,
Smelling the one odourfree by mortal nose,
Tasting the one who is tastefree by mortal tongue
Immortal showing up as mortal!

Life is an experience between birth and death,
coming here as nothing,
Learning to love and hate,

Learning to work and expect fruits,
developing skill to use senses and devices,
Learning to use mind and intelligence,
Learning and conveying message,
The message of immortal to mortal,
The truth itself in pursuit of Truth!
Life itself is that truth,
looks like an experience
that constantly puts
its own existence
on trial...

The one who had born has to die,
But one who is eternal continues his eternal play!

Submitted: Monday, August 27, 2012
Edited: Monday, August 27, 2012

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