Ramdas Bhandarkar (Madikeri)
Subsiding fights within find the light,
Love thyself as if it is the whole world you have
love whole world as if the only SELF you have..
Alone you were before dawn, alone you will be in sleep
awake into oneness, feeling no loneliness, you are not alone
you have to move with own luggage, helping others with a smile
Accepting adversaries and disasters grows faith strong.
in constant remembrance is worth of gratitude,
every habit may prove useless or harmful except habit of prayer.
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