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Comments about Madukar Wadikar
If sufferings are lessons, they unfold
A magnificent vision before us
Having a resplendent touch of Greek grace
So that we all can human life behold
In its entirety, remain sanguine;
The Greeks used paradoxes to describe
Distinctness of realized 'diatribe'
To know its majestic splendour divine;
For example, 'life's a learning to die',
Since 'tis certainly an entelechy,
A ground reality, and not lucky
Affair, but in the brier e'er to sigh;
Again 'a part is greater than the whole'
In contrast to the configuration
Theory' which means that ...