Friday, July 15, 2005

Divinity

He refused to believe in God. He considered people who did complete fools. How could anyone believe something that didn't exist! He laughed at people who went to temples religiously and went on fasts every other day.

But every morning, when his neighbor played the Suprabhatham, he was undeniably touched. Little did he know, at that instant, his God was very real.

14 comments:

Kaps said...

such divinity wud hv existed in his sub-conscious mind and it just needed some reinforcement.

Munimma said...

To me, God is omniscient. As in Anbe Sivam, if you are humane, you can see God. It is a matter of faith, in yourself. You might eschew religion and common religious practices, but God is still within you if you can love yourself and the people around you.

To me, there are no atheists, only agnostics.

Ganesh said...

munimma
that was beautiful
first time here came throu naraynan venkittu
you have many blogs which one should i visit ?!

Munimma said...

Ganesh,
Welcome :-)
I would say check out everything :-D

For starters, I have listed my stories/pomes on the right...

Arvind said...

On a related topic, you should check out an interesting thread running Senthil's space and a response thread in mine :-)

Ms Ch said...

Very nice. Came here from BB Thots.

Narayanan Venkitu said...

God is Great...but I don't fast.! Eventhough the scientific community tells its good to fast.!

Suprapatham - Umm..! Its ok I feel.!

Ram.C said...

that's true. it happens. you mayn't know what exactly happens inside you.

Balaji said...

no posts since friday? hmmm... lemme guess... harry potter??

Munimma said...

:-) Balaji, the vaccuum thereof, 2 more years! sigh! Did you? Will post my theories soon.
BTW, glad to hear Karthik is better. Can you drop me a line or buzz me???

Balaji said...

havent even started... on hold at the library... at the rate its going i am expecting to lay my hands on it in 2 weeks...

no spoilers please :-)

Munimma said...

buy it ;-)
I can't guarantee for more than 2 or 3 days ;-) 2 weeks is 2 long

visithra said...

Beautiful one. So true :)

ranganathan said...

arumaiyana kathai......

munimma.........nanna sonnel pongo!