If this solitary tree had a tongue to speak?


Many a passers by might have trodden by this tree since the time immemorial leaving their foot prints of which there is hardly any trace except a little dust with invisible layers on it to remind that lot many people visited the spot only to get lost into oblivion leaving nothing sort of any indication as to who they were. Those who are passing through the spot currently are destined to meet the same fate. One generation is replaced by the next one and this is the sequence that continues eternally like a bubble drowns in deep waters instantaneously followed by its successor. An enlightened soul is capable enough to realise what a mysterious phenomenon is this and he overcomes the intrigue through his karma which, though not eternal, has a bigger span of longevity through “actions of the just” that “smell sweet and blossom in the dust”, and this is how the mystery of life unfolds itself.




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5 thoughts on “If this solitary tree had a tongue to speak?

  1. SO BEAUTIFUL AN EXPRESSION, SIR

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  2. well expressed ……..especially the words ” One generation is replaced by the next one and this is the sequence that continues eternally like a bubble drowns in deep waters instantaneously followed by its successor.” well said

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  3. Your close observation is welcome. My thanks.

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  4. Respected Sir,
    It is fact that without tongue the tree speaks ,the stone tells and dust gives sweet smell but every body is not able to take those. Only the men of though can feel it like you who have a beautiful heart to feel.

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  5. Your close observation is meaningful with thoughts orientation. My thanks with affection.

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