Aniruddha Pathak Quotes
''Luck is what a man locks,To people who want to do something
Opportune time when knocks.''
''If happy not right now and here,To those that wait for happiness
How can ye be any which where?''
''Politics, a game of shame,To those obsessed with politics
To pull legs seems its sole aim.''
''We often give and still too little give,Responding to selfishness prevailing everywhere
Give none any, and still so much receive!''
''Honey bees too strive,To us all, out to plunder Mother Earth
But never harm their beehive,
Man, ye have been naïve.''
''Like a river is a poem,To us, budding poets
And a much chiselled uncut gem,
She changes, keeps still her emblem.''
''Flowers waltz in rain,To those that have no time for Nature
No'ne sees, not in vain.''
''We our mobiles do charge,To today's busybodies that have no time for their soul
To be in touch (with what?) at large,
But when our soul recharge?''
''Together trees grow fair,On sharing happiness (one is happy the most when happiness is shared)
Happy is not happy alone.''
''Look, what man has to this earth done,These two categories of men have done the maximum damage to Earth
Smart and stupid known are never to learn.''
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The Joy Of Giving
Be it no more than just a glass of water,
A walking-stick alive rendered by daughter,
Care and concern, warm smile, none far too hotter;
Or quality time spent with someone old,
A warm blanket in times forlorn and cold,
In times of need a willing shoulder-hold;
A pair of slippers to feet walking bare,
Not in loud charity to show you care,
Heart-born feelings shown above false air;
Anything given short of counting ways,
Given to brighten up sinking heart's greys,
To lighten load that too heavily weighs;
Give it in cash though ...
O River From Heaven
Think of thine descent heaven-born,
Think who brought thee on earth, what for,
Long years ere, one historic morn,
O to flow right across ashram door.
And born wert thou as Kaushikee—
The family name of the sage
Of royal lineage known for rage;
Better known now as Vishvamitree,