Tuesday, August 2, 2016

What You Don’t Know is the Pain I have gone through…




Rock 1 to Rock 2: It’s really going out of my control. No more can I handle it. (Its face was sad and gloomy)

Rock 2 (smilingly): Why? What happened?   

Rock 1:  You’re a rock and so I am. We loll beside each other. Why then people come to you, worship you, garland you and offer so many things to you and not me? They stand in long queues to have a “small sight” of you while all the way ignoring me even if I’m just beside you. It’s unfair…isn’t it?

Rock 2 smiled and said, you know I’m a Rock just like you but What You Don’t know is the pain I have gone through those days, when the stone sculptor was carving the “Shape of the deity” out of me. The unbearable ache it made me suffer through while the sculptor used hammers and chisels on me for carving out the extra stone, to give me a form.

For The people you see around me, you are just a Rock to them while I have become their God.

I knew I was a Rock but what I didn’t know was “Divinity” was hidden in me.

You know you’re a stone but What You don’t know is “something divine” in you as well…

Rock 1 smiled with a glow in its face!!!

 

 
Pain is an Alchemy that converts Rocks into Gods,

In Human Life also,
It renovates us from within, brings out the finer aspects of life by enlightening the hidden wisdom in us…

Life isn’t measured what you know, it is measured by what you’re willing to explore “What You Don’t Know”…..precisely of the Unknown!
This Post Written For Day 2 of the 7 day blogging challenge BAR-A-THON.
Today’s prompt is ‘What You don't know"

10 comments:

  1. Words of wisdom here...insightful!
    Such an excellent take on the prompt! :)

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    1. Thank You Tarang for having you aboard.
      I'm glad that u liked it
      Tina

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  2. First time on your blog & wonderful post here :)

    Glad to connect with you !!

    - Awkward Earthling

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    1. Thank you for your appreciations.
      It feels really motivating!!
      :) Tina

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    1. Thanks Sunaina
      I'm glad that u liked it
      :) Tina

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  4. Probably my favourite post of day 2 so far alongside Jaibala's. Beautiful thought and a wonderful message.

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    1. Thanks a ton Roshan for appreciating in such a open spirit.
      I'm glad that u loved it so much
      :) Tina

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  5. Wow! what a connection with the rock and divinity! Loved the analogy.

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    1. Thank You Inderpreet for stopping by the post!
      I'm glad that u liked it
      :) Tina

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