TD. Kumar

Even a zero can make a difference!

Till your last breath you can sow some seeds
And make a lasting presence
Elementary mathematics shows that even a zero can make a difference
You may not create a garden but shift some thorns on the way and remove some weeds.

Warm smile is the best cosmetic for a woman
A friendly hand shake can make a difference to any man
Buddha defined 'Nirvana' as Shoonyata, meaning Zero
Two sides of the same coin are infinity and Zero.

Making a difference is a step in self-actualization
The deepest drive, the soul-force is Maslow's highest motivation
Madame Blawetsky, the founder of Theosophy, always carried a bag of flower -seeds
Scattering them every where she went, A flowering earth was her visualization!

Lighting a match stick by everyone in a congregation at night
Makes it brighter than day light
Even If you think you are a zero you can make a solid difference
A handful of nuclear dust can fuel a long space flight.

Submitted: Saturday, September 15, 2012

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