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Strange - world and ways ...


Illogical and unreasonable is the world
Self centred are their thoughts- yet
Forgive them anyway


Ulterior motives is what they feel
with every kind word you utter
every act of love you shower- but
continue being kind anyways.

Hard work paints name and fame
with many a false friends and
some true enemies by your side- but
do not stop and tread steady anyways

The big things you make ,
with many years of sweat and faith
just a day is enough to mar
for many a ones who just watch to smile
but keep going anyways


A honest heart and straight thoughts
make you so gullible for a few to play
but be honest anyways.

The good deeds done
do not last in their minds,
just like the ones etched on sands;
but do good anyways

Give the best to what ever you do
it may never be enough though;
but continue showing the best.


Your smile may win
many a hearts and heartburns too
yet continue smiling


Just remember the biggest truth
your life on earth was blessed
by the Father in the Heaven
final analysis just is with Him
so do what is good for others
for service to humanity
is service to the Almighty


Picture courtesy google
I feel that this dance form reflects a lot of the hidden truth and feelings within oneself .. well i am not sure as to how all feel but that is how i felt when i saw this pic.

Thanks have a great weekend !
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