TD. Kumar


Compassion and Meditation are both, end and means


Compassion and Meditation are both, end and means
Minus ego and expectation, it cleans
Compassion like a tree gives by it's very nature
Compassion, expecting return is a business and caricature.
Act of kindness is a reward in itself
You express your true nature and cleanse yourself
You move forward in self actualization
Maslow's basic and ultimate motivation.
Instead of pity and feeling superior
it is a worship and should be grateful
Thus there is no sting of ingratitude and disappointment's odor
If you respect the receiver he will not react and be ungrateful.
Meditation is a journey to the peak
And also the peak itself
You climb high and realize yourself
It is an effort leading to an effortless state which you seek.

Submitted: Saturday, September 15, 2012

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