Posts filed under: ‘suffering‘

The Peace Chant

I always pray for all, for you and me.

Om, May Brahman protect us both! May Brahman bestow upon us both the fruit of knowledge! May we both obtain the energy to acquire knowledge! May what we both study reveal the truth! May we cherish no ill-feeling toward each other! Om. Peace! Peace! Peace! (From holy Upanishads)


Add a comment April 4, 2010

Broken Memories

Your memory is a treasure
in the safe of my heart.

It is a holy book
and every day I read,

The good scenes of the past;

you and me together
no one else never

The book is with me forever.

Add a comment November 22, 2009

Tears have a voice

Don’t stand at my grave and weep

I am not there, I don’t sleep

I am a thousand winds

that blow

I am a diamond glints on snow

I am the sunlight

or ripened grain

I am the gentle autumn rain

When you awake in the morning hush

I am the soft uplifting rush

of quiet birds in circling flight

I am the soft star that shines at night

Don’t stand on my grave and weep

I am not there, I did not die.


Add a comment October 19, 2009


Mountains are standing for ever,
rivers are sleeping,

There is no agony in standing hills,
and no happiness in flowing rivers,
even no pain in sticking stones.

What is hidden on passing these days?

Reality is here, near,
rainbow is a dream,
in the night of cactus,
and rain is a strange word,
in the day of dessert.

This is reality,near, here!

2 comments October 3, 2009


why all these days are in a hurry to pass??

I can see the moon from balcony.

All the lights are visible in darkness as bright dots.

Stars are not hero,

If they are true

Ask them to shine at noon

In front of the sun.

Add a comment September 30, 2009

the joy of meditation


Life is a paradox. If you live inside your boundary, you will be liberated from boundary consciousness! The moment we start living inside our boundary, we are jeevanmukta. In Sanskrit it means a person who is liberated while still alive. A person who has achieved spiritual freedom while still living in the body. Azadeh also means liberty and freedom. feel free, be free.

1 comment June 19, 2009


Intense, unexpected suffering passes more quickly than suffering that is apparently bearable; the latter goes on for years and, without our noticing, eats away at our soul, until, one day, we are no longer able to free ourselves from the bitterness and it stays with us for the rest of our lives.
Having disinterred our dream, having used the power of LOVE to nurture it and spend many years living with the scars, we suddenly notice that what we always wanted is here, waiting for us, perhaps the very next day.

Paulo Coelho

Add a comment March 1, 2009