Tradition of silence

Tradition of silence
Tradition of silence


Silence vibrating is Creation
Silence flowing is Love
Silence shared is Friendship
Silence seen is Infinity
Silence heard is Adoration
Silence expressed is Beauty
Silence maintained is Strength
Silence omitted is Suffering
Silence allowed is Rest
Silence re-circled is Scripture
Silence preserved is Our Tradition
Silence given is Initiating
Silence received is Joy
Silence perceived is Knowledge
Silence stabilized is Fulfillment

Funny one liner repartees

One linerFunny one liner repartees

one liner says it all. Have fun reading those

1.What has a lot of keys but cannot open any doors? : A piano.
2.What is a tree’s favorite drink? : Root beer
3.What’s round and bad-tempered? : A vicious circle.
4.Where did the farmer take the pigs on Saturday afternoon? : To a pignic.
5.Where do fortune tellers dance? : At the crystal ball.
6.How do you make a hot dog stand? : Steal its chair.
7.How do you make an egg laugh? : Tell it a yolk.
8.What can you hold without ever touching it? : A conversation.
9.What clothes does a house wear? : Address.
10.What country makes you shiver? : Chile.
11.What did one magnet say to the other? : I find you very attractive.
12.What did the necktie say to the hat? : You go on ahead. I’ll hang around for a while.
13.What did the rug say to the floor?: Don’t move, I’ve got you covered.
14.What do you call a song sung in an automobile? : A cartoon.
15.What do you do when your chair breaks? – Call a chairman.



What to do?

“It’s impossible,” said Pride.
“It’s risky,” said Experience.
“It’s pointless,” said Reason.
“Give it a try” whispered the Heart

I am ME

I am me. I’m who I’m meant to be.
I am my past, my present and who I wish to be.
I am all three. I am a work in progress.
I am destiny. I am who I choose to be.

Vishnu and Mahadeva

The blessed Vishnu said, ‘I saluted Mahadeva, saying,–

Salutations to thee, O thou that art the eternal origin of all things. The Rishis say that thou art the Lord of the Vedas. The righteous say that thou art Penance, thou art Sattwa, thou art Rajas, thou art Tamas, and thou art Truth…

He who is without beginning and without end,
in the midst of confusion, the Creator of all,
of manifold form, the One embracer of the universe…
by knowing Him, one is released from all fetters.