My Dada, My Hero.

Everyone talks about the glass being half full or half empty. The way you see the glass is how they think you look at life. Everyone has got their own notions about the half empty part and relate them with possibilities and opportunities but all of them miss out on the most important ingredient. In fact, that ingredient is the base of all that you can see with your naked eyes.
Think for a moment before you jump to the next para. What is it? That I cannot see. That has been with me since my origin and will stay with me until I merge… The ever present, beyond space and time. What is it?
The air.. how much ever of the glass is not full or is empty, contains the air which represents the most important aspect in our lives too-
GRACE-THE PRESENCE OF DIVINE IN OUR LIFE. It is always there, equal for every individual. It depends on us how much we are open to receive Grace.
The glass is your life, the water is you(self) and the air in it is the amount of grace in your life. Water ( I ) is heavy, probably the only weight the glass will carry. Air( Grace) , on the other hand, is light, effortless. The more the water(self) the heavier the glass(life) would be. Shake the glass(life) one time and the water(self) inside will take atleast a minute before it settles down. Shake an empty glass(full of grace) and the air(grace) inside would stay as it was. We have to lose weight(self) so that we can enjoy the airiness (grace), so that we can fly effortlessly. The glass is always full, it depends how much space you allow to be occupied by the ingredients that fill up your life.
Pray to which ever form of Divine you connect with to keep your glass(life) empty so that maximum grace(air) can fit in. So that who so ever consumes(comes in contact) you can taste that effortless nectar of Divine Love.
Thank you Dada for airing us all the time even when we are bent on pouring in water. Love you.
Mitr Shivam.

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