My Love for Krishna

September 22nd, 2008

I love Krishna in His two manifestations. As my son I love Him. When I hear someone tells about Him, tears roll up in my eyes.

One day I asked myself as why do I love Him? For a moment there came no reply to this introspection. But then arose a torrent of summed up fragments of thoughts in my subconscious thought levels.

I love Him for his mischief. One day His mother beat Him severely for eating sand. She asked Him to open His mouth. He did not. She repeatedly asked Him. He seemed not listening to her words. She got angry and started beating Him black and blue. Then He opened His mouth. Lo!! It was unbelievable and indescribable what she saw in His mouth. She found the whole universe whirling round, where she could see everything including herself and also the sand which He was found eating. This thought rolls up tears in my eyes.

He is there in anything and everything. He is omnipotent and omnipresent. He can shrink as small as a little drop of dew and He can grow as vast as a mighty ocean. He manifests in the whole cosmos.

When gopikas (His female play mates) were bathing in the river Yamuna, one day he stole their clothes and asked them to go near Him. They grew shy as it is natural with womanhood. He taught them an eternal truth as there is no veil of shyness, fear, hatred or any other emotion other than love to reach Him. This incident throb my heart.

Love has no barrier. It is full by itself. There is no lesser or greater love. It merges in love. The eternal love of Radha and Krishna freshen up my thoughts and spirit. This thought draws me closer to my wife. The love of Prakriti and its Creator.

He is a celebration to everybody. His thoughts celebrate my mind.

Pranams, to my Love my Lord.

Jayaprakash T. S. (A teacher, working in the Maldives.)

- ജെ.എസ്.


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A tribute to dear departed FUNA

August 8th, 2008

Funa you were our shelter. For many years you sheltered us from scorching heat. You sheltered many tiny living organism for many decades. Our children enjoyed your cool refreshing shade over many years. You were a standing witness to many events in the growth of this Alma Mater. Many glittering faces had moved under your nose. Many in their life’s turn do remember you and many weep on your sudden departure.

The nature has called you back to its bosom. We love to feel that you have got a lift up. You are journeying into another process of evolution to a higher dimension. We love to remember that you are in a blissful world in the realm of time. In times ahead, in the process of evolution, our successors will witness you in another greater manifestation.

We don’t curse the wind on that ill-fated day. Wind was only a cause. It was only a medium of call. If we curse the wind, we have to curse Bush and Osama. One complements the other. Both are two sides of the same coin, with the same goal. This too is another cosmic play.

So no curse to the cause as cause and effect are inexorable. But we lament on your sudden demise. Everything lovely disappears at short notice reminding us the momentary life on earth. You were born green, lived green and remain evergreen in our mind.

A drop of tear at your feet.

There was a Funa tree (in Malayalam it is called ‘Punna’) in our school campus on the assembly ground. It shaded our school ground for six decades. But it was uprooted a week ago by storm at night. Its sudden departure was a shock to all of us in the school. We wish to share our grief with the esteemed readers of ePathram.

Jayaprakash T.S.
Secondary Supervisor
Baa Atoll Education Centre
C/o Ministry of Education

- ജെ.എസ്.


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