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Eagle!

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  Soaring high,  up in the sky in lightning thunder; invisible to the eyes. In heavy rain,  and stormy weather Inspiration;  is what it signifies. Excellent vision,  with concentration not wasting energy, or beating a dead horse. She welcomes the challenge that storm clouds bring; testing the commitment before engaging. A painful decision, if she has to die or go through the agony; of rebirth, and once again fly. Release from bondage All hail to the God of Sky with longevity, speed, and pride; Like Eagle, I fly.

Anger Management - Wisdom From Books!

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The Broken Mess - A Poem!

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  More broken mess than it appears to be; My world in shambles you may not see. Steering my wheel to navigate life; changing the looking glass and find reasons to smile. The damage that caused everyone to sob; the ship almost sank while sailing offshore. What are the odds to find a peaceful face; misleading to think that's a beauty with such grace. I can't look ahead  nor going back is allowed; I feel faceless while gazing at the clouds. Yet I convince myself to hold on to it; with the magic of kindness if my heart permits.

The Void and Patience..

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Power Of Prayers - Blog Post.

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  Why do some people pray? What determines you are religious or an atheist? Do atheists don't believe in the power of the universe? That's a difficult question to answer, and I certainly don't want to hurt anyone's sentiments here.  I have been a staunch believer of universal powers, and a fan of God's creation, which in turn established my belief in the source. The source, which has created us all. The supreme, God, Almighty, whatever you want to name it. "It" because I don't think it is gender-specific. I pray every day, and yes, I follow rituals and practices, that I have learned through observation. I am a Hindu, and we are into idolatry. However, religion for me is extremely personal. Unlike many, I don't believe in propagating my religious beliefs or try to influence others through them.  Whatever it is, the aim should be to provide you freedom instead of confining or restricting you. That's where prayer and religion come into conflict. P