Sri Ramana Maharshi: By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar

By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar

On occasion, I am asked to give more information about Ramana Maharshi and the various dialogues and talks people had with him as well as other information about the sage. It can be found by going to the link below. It is the official page of Sri Ramanasramam in India. It is a treasure house of free books and newsletters and stories and dialogues with the sage.

Divine Delight: By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar

Filled with divine delight
I can hardly bear my intoxication
It feels like the heart will burst
but vapors of love remain contained,
within this shell, but seep out

Where shall I hide the light
burning in this Self-fascination
that healed
the scars as if the wounds existed only
in the emptiness of some starless night.

Without any choice was granted this sight
that finds its voice
in these rhymes.

Now that clouds have burst
waves of the sea remain unstained
and splash over me sometimes.

Heart of the Light: By Dr. Harsh K. Luthar

Anchor yourself in the Heart
Human life is a precious gift that is best utilized for the search of the sublime, the good, the beautiful, and the eternal reality which is joy itself. Such words may appear trite to some, true to some, and irrelevant to still others. Certainly, in the middle of the ups and downs of daily living it is easy to become cynical and bitter about the world around us. We have all endured loss in one form or another and there is no one who has not experienced some shock or tragedy at some point in his or her life.

If you listen to the T.V. news even a few times a week, it seems like the whole world is caught in a whirlpool of suffering. There are endless disputes and wars going on. Human beings are fighting, torturing, or killing each other in the name of religion, God, race, territory, politics, or just because of their inflated egos which have driven them crazy.

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