Photings are jottings on photos!
Not yet!? thats too late :)that was kidding, Deepak...Nirvana cannot be attained by a collective "we" -- got to be alone for that - thats my idea,But some sect say they attain Nirvana by singing together...don't know about; wishes, devika
aah good to see you after so long!when i said 'we' i meant generically :) individually or otherwise..
Oh yes...and perhaps that tiny boat, the mind expands to embrace the world as one reaches Nirvana...but don't we do that already? :)and yes Deepak, I am reading regularly though not always commenting, :)best, devika
"Charaiveti...charaiveti..." as it's said in Sanskrit, meaning 'Keep moving, keep moving on!' is what gradually leads to 'Nirvana' when one is free of ego for good and one's mind is draped in oneness. That's what I understand of it.Liked the depth of 'photing', and could feel a sense of satire, too, dear Mr. Amembal! Cheers! ;-))
Shrinath's view is interesting....but my understanding is that of attaining freedom from worldly entanglements...while we are born into such entanglements, and expected to stay within...freedom of mind/spirit is possible I guess...and in that state, one can only experience oneness....though ego, a positive one is still needed...else it stoops too low, Oh well, the subject was interesting, wishes, devika
oh i guess he was talking from the premises of "tatwam asi" -- actually the enlightenment state is a bit too confusing...I find it hard to stay there theoretically, but practicing is more easy for the love we hold -- it all depends on that pure form of love we hold, i think :)wishes, devika
You are so talented and creative, I love this idea and so beautiful words!I have the feeling they are facing their destiny!Bravo!Léia
Awed by the image. Try to upload a bigger size next time :)
i liked the texture of the sea. nice pic, catches the eye.