What remains?

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The intensity of the depth of waters is perhaps like reflection of our own self.You touch the waters,it forbids to be still and so eloquently it moves..the random small bubbles formed are like the emotions entrapped in our body or heart.If someone touches it nonchalantly,the emotions never fail to hurt us in the perfect manner.After the touch is gone,the stillness returns..but is it the same like before?

If we go deep in the darkness of any substance,question that enthrall my mind is after all the turbulence,actually what remains?Is it the tragedy that happened or the aftermath that has resulted in further numbness?The people or stilness?What remains?If it’s the deep stains of wounds,perhaps how you still survive?So if that makes you a warrior,what further remains?

Dig deeper and deeper,I somehow believe something more substantial yet unknown to the humanity prevails,if once found maybe that could enhance the enchanting truths of heart and life.


 

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36 thoughts on “What remains?

  1. Excellent questions. For those of us who know that life is infinite; that we continue on beyond the failing of this body, the question is an exciting one. We know what we want to “remain” just like a college student knows what she wants to keep from all her years of study, and why that is so important. We’re not going into a void, or death, we’re going from one place to another, and what that other place (no, I’m not speaking of a theoretical heaven or hell) is going to be for us is entirely dependent on how we’ve focused our thoughts, and walked our talk in this life. I know this though no one can be convinced of it; they have to “see” it and live in such a way that this truth becomes obvious.
    You said it best: “Dig deeper and deeper,I somehow believe something more substantial yet unknown to the humanity prevails,if once found maybe that could enhance the enchanting truths of heart and life.” If your readers “get that” it can change their whole life. I got it long go and it changed mine.

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    1. Thankyou dear for that enriching comment.
      I completely agree with you as there is something more rigid which is still unfound,still unleashed.All your words have given me more wisdom perhaps in acknowledging the inside of our souls and life.The truth you said are so very well heard by me and I could resonate with it the same.
      Thanks for sharing your view.

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  2. love the depth of this piece. your points are well written, and so real.

    btw, in this line: “You toch the waters,it forbids to be still and so eloquently it moves”

    You might mean “touch” instead of toch. ❤

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  3. This is beautiful and deep (as I’m sure you meant it to be). I think of how we glance of others on the surface how we can effect people a great deal with just a touch. But if we go deeper into the water, into the person,we can find great wonders and talents, great beauty. But we can also hurt each other more than simply a scratch. You can scar someone deep, create holes. And coming out of thT can be difficult for some people forever or for years. “Enchanting truths” yes, but also at a depth where we need to be sure we do not scorch someone and burn them for life.

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