Bhavani Polimetla

Today I got insulted

You are my master.
You are giving my wage.
You are insulting me.
What I can do?
It is the Gods wish
I need to face this for my sin.

If you remember
You are also a slave in the past
Don’t forget the insults you took.
Protect your slaves from insult
If not, what a Master you are?

Master means just not giving wages.
Treat the slaves as your fellow beings
Treat them as your brothers and sisters
If not, be ready to get insulted one day.

God is the master of masters.
He will judge all Masters and Slaves one day.
If you wont trust the God, no problem.
But believe that you too have a Master
And he is Master of all.
I don’t want you to get punished
I don’t want to down my head with shame
Always working with dignity and pride.

Dear God, punish me directly if you wish.
Don’t make me feel insulted in front my Master.
Please forgive my sins
And help me to live with dignity and happiness.
Praying for God’s forgiveness to all of us.



Submitted: Sunday, September 13, 2009

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