All Duties to look Undutiful

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The right page of  pageno:80 from the book “Letters to A Friend” by Rabindranath Tagore has this sketch of writer,tried my best to do full justice with such a masterpiece.I was nervous to start with ,if I can’t draw such deep facial expressions.Finally I completed today and posting it for the readers.Please press like button,if you like the sketch or comment if you want say something.

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Tagore’s close association with life’s consciousness seems to be pouring so much thoughts related to easiness/simplicity of life that we need to ponder upon.His clarity of thoughts draws picture in my mind that he is unlocking the gates of joys with full consideration which is beautifully explained starting from page number 78 till 80.

“I long to discover some fairy-land of holidays-not a world where all weekdays are Sundays-but where Sundays are not at all needed,where all duties look delightfully undutiful like clouds bearing rain,appearing perfectly in consequential.”

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Power of Two Cents

This amusing short story by Shri Prabhupada(founder of ISCKON) explains great logic which I truly feel.

It is true that yoga,stress busting exercise or any other help keep our self  calm assisting in striving hard for solutions ,body free from disease but still I feel that there must be a power/explanation for lot of unexplained happenings in life.

We are told that accept the problems/suffering in order to fight which is fair enough but it is also true we seek uninterrupted happiness .We easily say this is what life is but very easily ignore the cause & effect situation. In this world nothing happens without reason which science also successfully proved it.

Just like a Doctor is meant to advise permanent solution for a particular disease in same way Krishna Consciousness gives answers providing englightment through Knowledge(Bhagwad Geeta) & Bhakti.