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« on: Mar 01, 2017 07:22 pm »

just a couple taken from the link below
RAGAS

https://wahiduddin.net/mv2/say/vadan_ragas.htm

I looked and looked, to find someone to whom I might give my trust;
but I found no one, until I saw Thee at last in my heart, holding in Thy hand the record of my life's secret.


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In every place I feel Thy presence, Beloved;
In every word that falls on my ears I hear Thy message.
Everything that touches me, thrills me with the joy of Thy kiss;
Wherever I roam, I meet Thee;
Wherever I reach, I find Thee, my Lord;
Wherever I look, I see Thy glorious vision;
Whatever I touch, I touch Thy beloved hand.
Whomsoever I see, I see Thee in his soul;
Whoever aught gives to me, I take it from Thee.
To whomsoever I give, I humbly offer it to Thee, Lord;
Whoever comes to me, it is Thou who comest;
On whomsoever I call, I call on Thee.


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When I close my eyes in the solitude, I see Thy glorious vision in my heart, and, opening my eyes amidst the crowd, I see Thee acting on the stage of the earth. Always I am in Thy dazzling presence, my Beloved; Thou takest me to heaven, and Thou bringest me on earth in the twinkling of an eye.


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In the swinging of the branches, in the flying of the birds, and in the running of the water,
Beloved, I see Thy waving hand, bidding me good-bye.
In the cooing of the wind, in the roaring of the sea, and in the crashing of the thunder,
Beloved, I see Thee weep and I hear Thy cry.
In the promise of the dawn, in the breaking of the morn, in the smiles of the rose,
Beloved, I see Thy joy at my homecoming.
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« Reply #1 on: Jan 25, 2018 04:53 am »

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In every place I feel Thy presence, Beloved;
In every word that falls on my ears I hear Thy message.
Everything that touches me, thrills me with the joy of Thy kiss;
Wherever I roam, I meet Thee;
Wherever I reach, I find Thee, my Lord;
Wherever I look, I see Thy glorious vision;
Whatever I touch, I touch Thy beloved hand.
Whomsoever I see, I see Thee in his soul;
Whoever aught gives to me, I take it from Thee.
To whomsoever I give, I humbly offer it to Thee, Lord;
Whoever comes to me, it is Thou who comest;
On whomsoever I call, I call on Thee.

how grand and humbling, can we even begin to experience such a state? does god love me the same as a murderer? i think so
a story...
I know of a God-conscious soul who was once walking in the city of Baroda where the rule was that no one should go about after ten o'clock at night. And this sage was wandering about unconscious of time. A policeman asked him,' Where are you going?' But he did not hear. Perhaps he was far away from the place where he was wandering. But when he heard the policeman say, 'Are you a thief?' he smiled and said, 'Yes.' The policeman took him to the police station and made him sit there all night long. In the morning the officer came and asked, 'What is the report?' This policeman said, 'I have caught one thief. I found him in the street.' When the officer went and saw this man, he knew that he was a great soul and that people respected him very much. He asked his pardon. 'But,' he said, 'when the policeman asked you that question, why did you say that you were a thief?' The answer was, 'What am I not? I am everything.'

We try to become spiritual, to raise our consciousness. But when it comes to an insult, we do not like it. As long as everybody flatters us we are glad to attribute those things to ourselves. But as soon as it comes to an insult, we do not like it; then we say, 'It is not me.' The Paramatma, the high soul, is united with God; he is God-conscious, all conscious. Everyone is his own self. Whether he is a good person or a wicked person, whether he is right or wrong, he is his own self; he looks at that person, as his own self. Even if he were given the name of a thief, he could say, 'Yes. All names are my names.'

In conclusion, spirituality is not a certain knowledge, spirituality is the expansion of consciousness. The wider the consciousness expands the greater is one's spiritual vision. And when once the consciousness expands so much that it embraces the whole universe, it is that which is called divine perfection.
taken from the same chapter in previous post
http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/IV/IV_31.htm
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« Reply #2 on: Jan 27, 2018 09:49 am »

Quite a poem Eric and one to live by! Thanks for the inspiring story as well.
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