Saturday, 8 November 2014

Bleeding moonlight.

Kabir once narrated a sanskrit poem. This is what it stated-

kasturi kundali basai, mrig dhundhe ban mahi;
            aise ghati ghati ram hi, duniya dekhai nahi.

It meant, that a deer keeps looking for a fragrance in the forest. Searching everywhere, and yet not able to locate it. 
The fragrance comes from himself, his naval.

I have come to this point, where I see, that I was looking for myself.



12 comments:

  1. I understand what you mean. Sometimes who we look for is right within us.

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  2. Kabir is awesome and I happen to be in his city now :)

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  3. How often is this true how we search for something outside of ourselves and it was always within...

    It is kind of like the movie the Wizard of Oz where Dorothy was trying to find her way home, she always had the power inside to get there and once she knew that she was home... xox

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  4. Aren't we all? I just don't know where to start, even if it sounds easy.

    / Avy
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  5. There is no discovery greater than this one :)

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  6. The title captured my interest. I have heard of 'bleeding sunlight' (probably because of red sunsets) but I have never heard of 'bleeding moonlight'.

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    1. I suggest you listen to Lazarus, by Porcupine Tree.

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  7. I have to agree with you, I think we are looking for the same thing too... I hope you find it soon, it exists... I've felt it...

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  8. Goddamn that was beautiful.
    We are what we are searching for.

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  9. That was, truly, beautiful and true. Thank you!

    xx

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  10. awesomenessssssssssssssssssssssssssssss


    r u from the stars or what ??

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  11. Yes ... what we seek is inside us :D

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