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"With such unstable weather and dangerous SKY (heavy rain and stormy conditions) Remember to chant Baba Fareed Shakargunj. It has been very helpful always to KEEP the rough weather RESTORE back to CALM. All pilots specially KEEP this written on a piece of paper and carry with you. Repeat the name of Baba Fareed Shakargunj ~Rhoda🙏"

With such unstable weather and dangerous SKY (heavy rain and stormy conditions)
Remember to chant

Baba Fareed Shakargunj.

It has been very helpful always to KEEP the rough weather RESTORE back to CALM. 

All pilots specially KEEP this written on a piece of paper and carry with you. Repeat the name of Baba Fareed Shakargunj

~Rhoda🙏

#switchwords #energycircles #divineremedies

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"Heard it some where, " _*hazaro kahaaniyan hai is jahaan mei, hazaro kisse har roz ke, hazaro hasi ke thahake, hazaro khadshe, log likhte nahi toh karte kya hai? "*_ Don't u agree to it? I certainly do. The stories or anecdotes that we will be telling to our kids or grandkids are the things thats currently happening to us. The best part of life may not always be the thing that we do, these are also the thing thay happen to us, the things that u might be sad about today but will surely laugh upon in future. As these are the ones that are completing ur story and deep inside we all know it. So even if we know that everyday in our life is creating a story, a lessson, some kind of teaching, still why is it that very few are termed or labled as writers or poets? Dont we know how to write? Yes, we do. Dont we know how to express ourselves? Oh! we know that too. Don't we want our story to be heard by everyone? That we definitely do. Still whats that which makes us not to write down or express or share the ocean of feelings that we have accumulated in us? Are we scared about "log kya kahenge? " Do we have a profound fear of coming out as emotional? Are we too busy trying to prove to others that we have a happening life? So busy and involved in it that neither do we want to take out time to write our own stories, nor do we want others to have even a teeny tiny realization of what we are inside. There could be several such reasons I could come up with.... To be continued.... Veekkas Kanojia"

Heard it some where, " _*hazaro kahaaniyan hai is jahaan mei, hazaro kisse har roz ke, hazaro hasi ke thahake, hazaro khadshe, log likhte nahi toh karte kya hai? "*_
 Don't u agree to it? 
I certainly do. 

The stories or anecdotes that we will be telling to our kids or grandkids are the things thats currently happening to us. The best part of life may not always be the thing that we do, these are also the thing thay happen to us, the things that u might be sad about today but will surely laugh upon in future. As these are the ones that are completing ur story and deep inside we all know it. So even if we know that everyday in our life is creating a story, a lessson, some kind of teaching, still why is it that very few are termed or labled as writers or poets? 

Dont we know how to write?  
Yes, we do. Dont we know how to express ourselves? Oh! we know that too.
Don't we want our story to be heard by everyone? 
That we definitely do.  Still whats that which makes us not to write down or express or share the ocean of feelings that we have accumulated in us?

 Are we scared about "log kya kahenge? " 
Do we have a profound fear of coming out as emotional?  
Are we too busy trying to prove to others that we have a happening life?  
So busy and involved in it that neither do we want to take out time to write our own stories, nor do we want others to have even a teeny tiny realization of what we are inside. There could be several such reasons I could come up with....

To be continued....
Veekkas Kanojia

#MusingsofVikas

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"One night Sri Adi Shankaracharya, the great Advaita Master, was desperately searching for something on the street outside his small hut. When his pupil returned from his errand, he saw this and curiously asked the Master, “Aacharya, what are you looking for here on the street at this hour?” Shankaracharya replied, “I lost my needle, I am looking for it.” The pupil joined him in the search, but after searching for a while, he asked, “Can you try and recollect where you might have dropped it?” Shankaracharya said, “Of course, I remember. I dropped it near the bed in the hut.” The pupil, utterly astonished at the strange answer, said, “Aacharya, you say you lost it inside the house, then why are we looking for it outside?” Shankaracharya innocently replied, “There is no oil left in the lamp, so it is pitch dark inside the house. Hence I thought of searching for it outside since there is enough street light here.” While holding back his laugh, the pupil said, “If you lost your needle inside the house, how could you even expect to find it outside?” Shankaracharya simply smiled back at the pupil and said, "Isn't that what we do? We run to far away temples and walk up mountains to search for what we have lost inside ourselves. We are all seeking outside what we have lost inside us. Why? Just because it is pitch dark inside. Silly, aren’t we?" "Light the Lamp inside you and find your lost treasure right there in.""

One night Sri Adi Shankaracharya, the great Advaita Master, was desperately searching for something on the street outside his small hut.

When his pupil returned from his errand, he saw this and curiously asked the Master, “Aacharya, what are you looking for here on the street at this hour?”

Shankaracharya replied, “I lost my needle, I am looking for it.”

The pupil joined him in the search, but after searching for a while, he asked, “Can you try and recollect where you might have dropped it?”

Shankaracharya said, “Of course, I remember. I dropped it near the bed in the hut.”

The pupil, utterly astonished at the strange answer, said, “Aacharya, you say you lost it inside the house, then why are we looking for it outside?”

Shankaracharya innocently replied, “There is no oil left in the lamp, so it is pitch dark inside the house. Hence I thought of searching for it outside since there is enough street light here.”

While holding back his laugh, the pupil said, “If you lost your needle inside the house, how could you even expect to find it outside?”

Shankaracharya simply smiled back at the pupil and said, "Isn't that what we do? We run to far away temples and walk up mountains to search for what we have lost inside ourselves. We are all seeking outside what we have lost inside us. Why? Just because it is pitch dark inside.
Silly, aren’t we?"

"Light the Lamp inside you and find your lost treasure right there in."

#puresoul

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"Heard it some where, " _*hazaro kahaaniyan hai is jahaan mei, hazaro kisse har roz ke, hazaro hasi ke thahake, hazaro khadshe, log likhte nahi toh karte kya hai? "* _ Don't u agree to it? I certainly do. The stories or anecdotes that we will be telling to our kids or grandkids are the things thats currently happening to us. The best part of life may not always be the thing that we do, these are also the thing thay happen to us, the things that u might be sad about today but will surely laugh upon in future. As these are the ones that are completing ur story and deep inside we all know it. So even if we know that everyday in our life is creating a story, a lessson, some kind of teaching, still why is it that very few are termed or labled as writers or poets? Dont we know how to write? Yes, we do. Dont we know how to express ourselves? Oh! we know that too. Don't we want our story to be heard by everyone? That we definitely do. Still whats that which makes us not to write down or express or share the ocean of feelings that we have accumulated in us? Are we scared about "log kya kahenge? " Do we have a profound fear of coming out as emotional? Are we too busy trying to prove to others that we have a happening life? So busy and involved in it that neither do we want to take out time to write our own stories, nor do we want others to have even a teeny tiny realization of what we are inside. There could be several such reasons I could come up with.... To be continued.... Veekkas Kanojia"

Heard it some where,
 " _*hazaro kahaaniyan hai is jahaan mei, hazaro kisse har roz ke, hazaro hasi ke thahake, hazaro khadshe, log likhte nahi toh karte kya hai? "*
_ Don't u agree to it? 
I certainly do. 
The stories or anecdotes that we will be telling to our kids or grandkids are the things thats currently happening to us. The best part of life may not always be the thing that we do, these are also the thing thay happen to us, the things that u might be sad about today but will surely laugh upon in future. As these are the ones that are completing ur story and deep inside we all know it. So even if we know that everyday in our life is creating a story, a lessson, some kind of teaching, still why is it that very few are termed or labled as writers or poets? 
Dont we know how to write?  
Yes, we do. Dont we know how to express ourselves? Oh! we know that too.
Don't we want our story to be heard by everyone? 
That we definitely do.  Still whats that which makes us not to write down or express or share the ocean of feelings that we have accumulated in us?

 Are we scared about "log kya kahenge? " 
Do we have a profound fear of coming out as emotional?  
Are we too busy trying to prove to others that we have a happening life?  
So busy and involved in it that neither do we want to take out time to write our own stories, nor do we want others to have even a teeny tiny realization of what we are inside. There could be several such reasons I could come up with....

To be continued....
Veekkas Kanojia

#MusingsofVikas

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"Heard it some where, " _*hazaro kahaaniyan hai is jahaan mei, hazaro kisse har roz ke, hazaro hasi ke thahake, hazaro khadshe, log likhte nahi toh karte kya hai? "*_ Don't u agree to it? I certainly do. The stories or anecdotes that we will be telling to our kids or grandkids are the things thats currently happening to us. The best part of life may not always be the thing that we do, these are also the thing thay happen to us, the things that u might be sad about today but will surely laugh upon in future. As these are the ones that are completing ur story and deep inside we all know it. So even if we know that everyday in our life is creating a story, a lessson, some kind of teaching, still why is it that very few are termed or labled as writers or poets? Dont we know how to write? Yes, we do. Dont we know how to express ourselves? Oh! we know that too. Don't we want our story to be heard by everyone? That we definitely do. Still whats that which makes us not to write down or express or share the ocean of feelings that we have accumulated in us? Are we scared about "log kya kahenge? " Do we have a profound fear of coming out as emotional? Are we too busy trying to prove to others that we have a happening life? So busy and involved in it that neither do we want to take out time to write our own stories, nor do we want others to have even a teeny tiny realization of what we are inside. There could be several such reasons I could come up with.... To be continued.... Veekkas Kanojia"

Heard it some where, " _*hazaro kahaaniyan hai is jahaan mei, hazaro kisse har roz ke, hazaro hasi ke thahake, hazaro khadshe, log likhte nahi toh karte kya hai? "*_ Don't u agree to it? 

I certainly do. 

The stories or anecdotes that we will be telling to our kids or grandkids are the things thats currently happening to us. The best part of life may not always be the thing that we do, these are also the thing thay happen to us, the things that u might be sad about today but will surely laugh upon in future. As these are the ones that are completing ur story and deep inside we all know it. So even if we know that everyday in our life is creating a story, a lessson, some kind of teaching, still why is it that very few are termed or labled as writers or poets? 

Dont we know how to write?  
Yes, we do. Dont we know how to express ourselves? Oh! we know that too.

Don't we want our story to be heard by everyone? 
That we definitely do.  Still whats that which makes us not to write down or express or share the ocean of feelings that we have accumulated in us?

 Are we scared about "log kya kahenge? " 

Do we have a profound fear of coming out as emotional?  

Are we too busy trying to prove to others that we have a happening life?  
So busy and involved in it that neither do we want to take out time to write our own stories, nor do we want others to have even a teeny tiny realization of what we are inside. There could be several such reasons I could come up with....


To be continued....
Veekkas Kanojia

#MusingsofVikas

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