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Mind is a moth eaten spider’s web!

Folks,

Our mind is a moth eaten spider’s web! Think about it for a moment. When we contemplate within ourselves… digging deep into our past… connecting the dots to go back to our childhood we often end up in a deep abyss… a bottomless hole that perhaps never existed for us!?

Have you ever wondered about this? I have! This morning I thought I would go back into my childhood, try and remember where I was on Vijayadashimi day, 50 years back?

You know what… I ended up in a milling crowd trying to figure out how to get back to the road where everyone was pushing and shoving to see the king on an elephant that was marching majestically in a procession.   

Then it happened. I could see myself riding on the elephant sitting ceremoniously in a golden huda and the crowd that was clapping all around me was saying maharaj ki jai! Has this ever happened to you?

Mysore, la fête hindoue de Dussehra est célébrée avec beaucoup de faste : une procession, avec à sa tête le mahârâja sous un baldaquin installé sur... 

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Suresh Rao

Mellowed out and enlightened septuagenarian. Tech savvy. Social writing is just a pastime to kill time. I keep contributing to several developmental projects in the area of engineering education, IT and Healthcare projects launched by my kith and kin. I am too lazy to write a book, 'cause I think my life itself is a book! I am also at www.facebook.com/sureshnrao
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Navneet Bakshi
Navneet Bakshi(@bakshink)
1 month ago

Not even in a dream, I have seen myself riding an elephant. I write every often, even still I am writing about my childhood. So far many memories of the day that particular incident happened is crystal clear to me. The scientist haven’t been able to unravel the mysteries if how data is stored in the brain, but it is amazing indeed.

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