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What is love?

No amount of rites, rituals, ceremonies, worship, meditation, penance and remembrance can produce love in themselves. None of these are necessarily a sign of love.

On the contrary, those who sigh loudly and weep and wail have yet experience love. Love sets on fire the one who finds it. At the same time it seals his lips so that no smoke comes out.

Love is meant to be experienced and not disclosed. What is displayed is not love. Love is a secret which meant to remain a secret for the one who receives and keeps it.


[Sahavas (in the company) of God, p-18, Meher Era Publication, Pune]
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Thank you friends. 2002 Gratitude! 

2002 Likes! Thank you friends you made my day and months. I never realised I would watch this number and feel so happy within! 

My heartfeakt Gratitude’s for all who read my posts and liked some of them. Thank you.

I don’t agree with this QOTD – Do you

So what if you are a Warren Buffet,  I have a mind of my own and I choose to differ with you, Sir.  If the following quote was true – there would be no fluctuations in the Stock prices you invest, your stock values would never come down.

Everything that we do by rote, by discipline, by habit surely does a few things. For e.g. My walks burn calories but as the walking distance reduces with my walking speed the calorie burn rate my not reduce as I walk for more time.  Consequently, the weight loss may not be the same.  I have 4 years of daily data on self which proves this point.

But then, who wants to take cudgels with the Richest and Respected man like Mr. Buffet who in his own right is a role model for me who never invests in stocks.  but sometimes, the quotes which are attributed to them and go viral on social media do not rightly capture, the moment when it was said, the context etc.

What do you think? It is difficult to change habits for us as adults and it is also difficult to continue doing every day, the same thing ain’t it?


u keep doing the same things and you get the same result over again.

—Warren Buffett