Savvy Raj

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On Balance

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A story from Mahabharata

Once Arjuna asked Krishna-
Madhav.. What is this ‘successful life’?

Krishna took Arjuna to fly kites.
Arjuna was watching Krishna carefully flying a kite.

After a while Arjuna said-

Madhav.. Because of this thread, the kite is not able to move freely and upwards, should we break it? It will go higher.

Krishna broke the thread..

The kite went up a little more and then came down after waving and fell at a distant unknown place…

Then Krishna explained the philosophy of life to Arjuna.
Parth.. ‘The height we are at in life..
We often feel that certain things to which we are tied are preventing us from going higher; like :
-House-
-family-
-Dicipline-
-mother-father-
-master-and-
-Society-

And we want to be free from them…

In fact, these are the threads – which keep us at that height.

‘Without these threads we will go up once, but later we will have the same fate that happened to a kite without thread…’

“So, if you want to remain on the top in life, then never break your relationship with these threads.”

The height attained by successful balance of thread and kite-like attachment is called ‘successful life..”

Author: Savvy Raj

Dance Educator, Writer, Artist, Designer, Wellness Mentor & Consultant

4 thoughts on “On Balance

  1. SMiLes Dear Savvy This is
    Likely my Last Dance And

    Song Lasting Eternally New Now
    Yet i Fell Asleep 5 Minutes Before

    Midnight
    Click Click Click
    Rainbows of “Oz”
    Color Truly Within

    Beginning Ever Now
    Yes This HoMe Away
    At HoMe Called Love

    The Balance of my Life
    What Grounds me to the

    Stars Above
    oF LiGHT

    Within
    Essence More
    Than ‘This Crude Matter’
    We aRe iN Balance Always
    Worth celebrating Within New Now…:)

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  2. Awesome .. Profound share.. Thanks a bunch dear.. 🙏🏼😊💕….

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Though conscious of life
    We have and maintain
    Commitments to those
    Who are unaware of our embodiment

    Maintain also the threads that nourish others

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