TD. Kumar


Life has many models Poem by TD. Kumar


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Life has many models
Life has many metaphors and models
A battle field or Game -world of hutments or citadels!
A rocky trudge and climb or cakewalk!
Moaning and groaning or a fairylands garden walk!

Dark and golden picture pessimist or optimist have divided thinkers and mankind
Weather jeans, karmic seeds, circumstance or gods, kind or unkind
Design or fix our Destiny or we can create and rescript
Determined and predictable by science or product of luck or chance, impersonal and blind!

Infect the maps and metaphors are not Reality
But they shape our response to life, happiness and creativity
It is for us to change our tinted glass or filters for an effective, joyous experience of life for self and the world
Interpretation and explanatory style can be shifted for transformation in inner and external world!

Infect everything is true or false if we take balanced or one sided view
Stoics, Buddha and some others had a view which was balanced and new
They made both sides complementary, as Bohr did it, combining both particle and wave nature of matter- energy
Life is difficult and painful but there is a way out through Acceptance and synergy!

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