Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran

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A Thread of Equanimity


Ramzan reminds us of holy Qur’an
That tells us to read; observe, think.
Serve, the needy with sakat, sadaka
Pray only Him; for He only forgives.
“Iyaka na abudu wa iyaka nasthaieen”
[Only Thou we worship; rely Thou ]-
“Yesha Sarveswara Yesha Sarvagna
Yesho antharyamyesha yooni: sarvasya
Prabhavapyau hi bhoothanam”
[Protector of all, the All-knowing is He
He is The Force, the Seat is He;
Form Him Emerge all; to Him all go back]
“Twamekam Sarenyam, twamekam varenyam
Twamekamekam jagat karanam”
“Only, Thou art reliable, noble Thou art
Thou art the only Cause of creations.]
The righteous worship Him in Spirit and-
In Truth; “God is spirit”; so says, Jesus.
To every race has sent God Prophets
They only taught to follow the Right Path.
Call it Dharma or Deen you may; call it,
Follow the same path, : refrain from vices.
Love is the thread of equanimity,
Spun up- by mystic conscience super.

Submitted: Sunday, August 04, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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During this Ramzan I just went through ideas of identity.The holy Qur'an(1: 4): Mundakopanizhad(1: 6) and the holy Bible, John, (4: 23-24)

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