Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Let us glow together

Deep inside us, there is a flame. All of us have it, for some it is shining bright and for others it might have been weakened over a period of time.

This flame signifies our relationship with our creator and ourselves.

The flame was ignited in each of us with specific objectives.  It shows us light in the way back to our eternal home. In its light, the probability of getting lost in the path decreases. It burns any negative feelings, thoughts, intentions or desires towards the universe and all those who reside in it. It doesn't burn the living beings but provides warmth to those who come close to it.


The more we engage it, the brighter it gets, but if neglected, the flame diminishes and is unable to meet its goal.

We are the caretakers of our own flame. We must nurture it so that it continues to enlighten our lives. We can nurture it by focusing on it through reflection, introspection, prayers and meditation. We can do this anytime, anywhere and in anyway.

If our flame is bright enough, we can also help others to nurture theirs. This process is non-judgmental, non-intrusive, non-condemning and it is full of love, acceptance, forgiveness, sharing and hope.

The most beautiful capacity of this flame is that it can be joined together. In relationships and in movements, the flames of people involved come together and ablaze as one.

So, let us search for own flame, if we haven't found it already. Let us nurture it and enable it do carryout its functions.

Let us glow together for justice for all and peace on earth!

2 comments:

  1. 'We are the caretakers of our own flame. We must nurture it so that it continues to enlighten our lives. We can nurture it by focusing on it through reflection, introspection, prayers and meditation. We can do this anytime, anywhere and in anyway.'

    Very very true.Excllent thought.

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  2. "jyot se jyot jala te chalo,prem ki ganga bahate chalo".We can lit and enlighten our flame by an enlightened flame.Thanks,for your coming on my post.
    You are once more requested Anjanaji to visit my blog at my new post.

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