A bond of affinity with the invisibles!


How very typical it is to get intimated with the persons physically invisible and that too at a big distance geographically. I don’t know a person living at the other end of the globe, or even within my own country at a far off the place. Thanks to the blogging platform which brings variety of people together online, but such a peculiar phenomenon is the one that remains quite invisible. Their ‘Likes’ and faithfully made comments are denotative of the factor that they do like me otherwise what a hell they have to waste their time and energy for me and my work. I too like them, some of them much more, yet some of them so closely and personally. People known to me closely in person are just a few and far between, rest of them accessible not an inch beyond a mental mapping. Looks like the house hold stories meant for the children – there was a king, there was a queen, there was a prince, there was a princess, and all this coupled with fairy tales. At times I feel like I am dealing with imaginary figures sans any physical shape, but then I correct myself saying ‘no, they are very much there quite in an earthly existence with the difference that they are not visible except beyond their icons in the blog, mine or theirs’.

Indian philosophy prescribes that even the Creator of the Universe is Nirankar (nirakaar), and it is for the people to practice seeing even some humans in that form through dhyanyoga. Possibly the bloggers too in their turn may have to resort to such an alternative to experience their love for each other satisfying their urge for an element of kinship.

  • BREAKING NEWS: The hearing on pension issue in Supreme Court could not be completed yesterday. It continues and is likely to be concluded today.
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15 thoughts on “A bond of affinity with the invisibles!”

  1. Sir,your beautiful imagination and feelings for your close friends not known to you but are close due to your blog and imaginations.most of your intimated friends might not be in your thoughts but still they are close to you as myself ,though, I have never seen you and also have never met you but still you are in my imagination, the picture I got in my vision from far distance can never vanish, most of the people respect your thoughts and your love and respect for the pensioners. thanks.

    Raj Kumar Negi

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  2. Well, there you have it! For myself, I read your blogs because they have worthwhile content. It makes me glad that there are some people in the world like yourself. Who have a way of looking at that world, in a similar manner. Whether I agree with you or not, is hardly relevant. What is relevant, is that the “love” for your fellow humans is a primary focus in your blog and you allow it to shine through.

    There is far too much hate in our society. So much so, it is sometimes hard to keep a focus on what really matters.

    Dhanyayogi, quite so.

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  3. The message of this post conveys the depth of your feelings for your fellow bloggers and people with whom you are closer. Indeed it is a great world where everyone from different corners of the world get connected through words ,through their expressions.Such power is in the writing that the thoughts get conveyed and form an image visible to one and all. Those who have the depth and the realization to comprehend the feelings behind get connected very easily. Like it is a part of the rule of Universe,noting is an co incidence,there always has to be some connection and reason for any action that takes place here. When I was new here in this blogging world,I had written two posts regarding this affection… here are the links.
    http://wp.me/p1Zs7k-kM, http://wp.me/p1Zs7k-lY

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  4. Sir… Your impressive thoughts lays and indelible impact on the soul and minds of your readers and they get inspired and inlightned ultimately developing the bond of affinity.. Outflowing of affection and greatness from your personality attracts every one and they find you always visible and approachable through your writings..

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