Every role in life is suspect I disdain all roles The role of poet or philosopher The role of politician or psychotherapist The role of philanthropist or parent Do those filling these roles "know" And if they do What is "it" That they know Methinks not the "Truth" For none of them says "Ana al-Haqq" … Continue reading Ana al-Haqq
Whence is Truth, Truth that is true As time begins and ends And even as it wends; Truth that is true Here, there And everywhere; Truth that is equally true For me and you?
I go in search of Truth No, not to the Himalayas But within myself. I could explain If you ask What this Truth Is all about And your intellect May even love it The point, however, Is to live it By seeking it. And, how many Among you all Are willing To turn your back … Continue reading Embarking on the Inner Journey
from I Am That: Dialogues with Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj Maharaj: You are all drenched for it is raining hard. In my world it is always fine weather. There is no night or day, no heat or cold. No worries beset me there, nor regrets. My mind is free of thoughts, for there are no desires … Continue reading The Absolute Truth of Nisargadatta Maharaj
"God is also part and parcel of this dream world of ours. When we wake up from the dream called World, we realise only we exist as Brahman or Pure Consciousness (that is, Consciousness without any contents) - no God, no World. Who then is God? God is only Brahman with power of Maya (that … Continue reading Ultimate Truth
Ay, and what exactly is Truth Is it different for the old and youth; Does it change with the changing season And vary from patrician to plebian; Do day and night a difference to it make Or East or West its stride break; Is it of account whether it is she or he If you … Continue reading Do Tell Me