TD. Kumar

Bhasmasur' Syndrome

Bhasmasur' Syndrome........

Submitted: Thursday, November 22, 2012

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‘Bhasmasur' Syndrome

Why some people bite the hand that feeds them?
The aid and instrument that you use, even pamper
Some times react and even strangle the master
These are difficult questions but ‘Bhasmasur' syndrome answers them.

The demon "Bhasmasur' ‘was not satisfied with Shiva's boon
As soon as he puts his hands on any one's head, will burn soon
As Shiva refused his further demand, he ran after him to test His boon by burning Him!
It was Vishnu's Strategy as pretty ‘Mohini- Avtaar' which saved Him.

Allude By the dancing damsel he imitated Her
Put his hand on his own head and was burnt down, following Her similar gesture!
Countless examples from family to international arena, highlight this syndrome
From Saddaam, Binladen, Talibaan toBhindrawala are recent instances of this toxic gnome

This happens in a gang or mafia - god father
Using and pampering a negative person for selfish and negative end
The favorite many times puts his master's life to end!
In any power- politics, people play this dangerous game together.

To grab power they make enemy group, divide and fight
This happens in war time or finishing straggle for freedom
World wars or cold and civil wars we see this devilish wisdom!
Tactics of dark negativity will seldom usher peace, harmony and light.

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