Treasure Island

hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Aham Brahmasmi


“Aham Brahmasmi”* or I am God
Arrogant people some times claim to have impression of that load
And show to world that yes they have divine power
Can prove it by simple touch as healer

There may be exagression in their statement
But some thoughtful attention is to be paid to statement
Human being is painted as helpless and poor
He needs blessings from almighty forever

You can not act as God but can perform some noble acts
It is within your hands and this is real fact
Some of the steps if taken can grant new lease of life to an individual
This may be considered as noble act but generally treated as casual

Donation of an eye to blind can be termed as gracious act
Blind may have eyesight to see and always grateful to react
Express words of gratitude and shower with blessings
Anybody in his individual capacity can do the offerings

Take the case of kidney donation
This can save the life of person and save him from indignation
Life can again be brought to normal
Such act to can be called noble

Now donation of lever has gained momentum
Even though it has not become familiar or remained minimum
It has given new hope in human being
This gesture can really help happiness to bring

So human being can really claim
The simple acts as that of Him
It is worthless body yet so important
Can help many persons to live peacefully at present

* “Aham Brahmasmi”* or I am God

Submitted: Thursday, September 12, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013

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