Ramdas Bhandarkar

(Madikeri)

Without Humbleness How Can Am I Near What I Am?


This is I am,
when one talks about lifetimes, how can he be close to one beyond birth and death,
having no life between!

Those who can bring closer to my attention are not different from me!

I am watching my own video running in which my face is missing!

When I learn myself Is faceless
But can smile behind any face,
I can be near,
what I am.

When I can feel pain beyond my body, but in everybody, happiness in me and not anything outside me,
I may be close to what I am!

when I become still and time stops and space not felt as there can't be any space beyond me, the boundless perceived,
shapeless one perceived in any shape,
I can be close to I am!

Thanks for all,
thanks to all,
because without humbleness,
I am far away from what I am
No how can be near what I am!

Submitted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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