Warrier's Collage 16102020. : Excerpts

Welcome to Warrier's Daily COLLAGE October 16, 2020 Friday Your daily dose of inspiration, writings - by you, for you : Curated by MG Warrier Shiva Thandava Stotram https://youtu.be/hMBKmQEPNzI Raasa Leela or Raasa Kreeda (Narayaneeyam : P Leela) https://youtu.be/OF7kdTeT4nA Quote for the Day : "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." ARISTOTLE Malayalam Poet Akkitham Passes Away https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/kerala/malayalam-poet-akkitham-achuthan-namboothiri-passes-away/article32859564.ece In a letter to M T Vasudevan Nair, Akkitham made the following observatios on death : "Death does not scare me. I harbour a wish that the path to death would not be defiled or unclean for one who tries to tread a clean path in life. However, I respect the reality, and am grateful, that there's no time left to fear, and shiver about, such things. There was a time when I was not here on earth, and there'll again be a time in future, when I'm not on this planet" May Akkitham Achuthan Nampoothiri's Soul RIP https://youtu.be/oHpFK5Gy9CQ Prayers V T Panchapagesan on Ashtavakra Gita "It is really amazing ——Ashtavakra to Janaka.. I closed my eyes trying to visualize his teachings............. Child, If you wish to be Free, Shun the poison of Senses. Seek The nectar of Truth, Of Love and Forgiveness, Simplicity and Happiness. Self is different from Body and even Mind. Earth, Fire, Water, The wind, The sky—— You are none of thes If you wish to be free, Know you are The Self, The witness of all these, The heart of awareness. Set aside from the body Sit in your awareness You will at once be Happy Forever Still , Forever Free Right or wrong Joy and sorrow These are of The mind only They are not yours It is really you Who acts or enjoys You are everywhere Forever free...... Came back to my senses From unknown world Be Well, V. T. Panchapagesan" (We are proud of you, Sir. I don't think anyone else will convey the message with more clarity. Thanks-Warrier)


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