Beliefs Ruin One. - Poem by Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
All the good things come to an end.
All the bad things come to an end.
Springs and winters come to an end.
This stage would change at any stage.
Contentment is easy to get.
It is the key of the happiness.
Between too much and too little
Can you find happiness in life.
Religions promise an after-life.
It is the bait it hooks you with.
Reward for conducts and relief
From pain, religions promise you.
Each one follows one’s instincts
And not intelligence, most of time.
Most of decisions are made
At subconscious, not conscious.
Only at the end of one’s career
Could one realize that how wasteful
One has led one’s life on beliefs
Faiths and hopes, all unfounded.
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