Friday, April 3, 2009

Thy Will be done

When in life, we are confused,
May we turn to God and say:
'Thy Will be done.'
If we suffer heart-breaks and
Know not the reasons,
It helps if we cry out to Him:
'Thy Will be done.'
Every day of this life, may we
Walk with Him and see His Hand
Equally there in joy and pain;
In death as much as in life,
May we have the faith to say with trust:
'My kindest Lord and dearest Friend,
Thy Will be done.'

(The line, "Thy Will be done", is from the traditional Christian prayer popularly called The Lord's Prayer)


mehta said...

Nice Stuff!

Commendable Blog indeed!

Great Going!

Dear Blogger, need your valuable feedback for:


Ayesha Parveen said...

Thank you, Mehta for visiting my blog and for expressing appreciation for it. Do visit again. I will see your blog.

Have a nice day :)


Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Mehta,

You have a useful website, indeed! However, I could not find a comment column there, so, am giving the comment here.

Keep up the good work. Cheers :)


Whirlwind said...

A really nice prayer!! And its so helpful when one is in grief and wants to turn to someone. Theres none other than God to turn to and faith in him truly helps. Good one Ayesha!!

Shravan said...

i liked this work. i liked it very much. well done ayesha, and a nice one to break the shell as well.

Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Swetha,

Thanks a lot for your encouraging comment. You have correctly said that God is the ultimate refuge when we are in pain.

Best wishes :)

Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Shravan,

Thank you very much for the appreciative comment. You are right: I have come out of the shell of pain and hurt. I am grateful to God.

Have a great time and thanks again for the encouragement :)

KParthasarathi said...

I am happy you are back at doing what you do best, writing poems.Your poems leave the readers touched with various kinds of emotions depending on the theme dealt with.One thing also stands out prominently in most of your posts-your unwavering faith in and total surrender to God.These qualities are hard to come by these days when worship of Mammon is the prime occupation.

Ayesha Parveen said...

Thank you, Parthasarathi for your kind comment.

In my life I have seen that God is the only absolute constant. If there are some other constants as well, they are there only because God has given them to me, as grace.

Since God rules all, and God is always with us, in the real sense nothing is lost; in the long-run, we understand this.

May you have a happy time :)

A New Beginning said...

Welcome back, its yet another beautiful contribution from your side. Very inspirational indeed. I am very happy to see your contribution after a long break..keep coming and inspiring:)
Best always

Niranjana said...


Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Sana,

Thanks for encouraging me as always. I will try to post with more regularity now.

Have a nice day :)

Hi Niranjana,

Thanks for the visit.

Best wishes,


manivannan said...

Nice to read your post after a long while. I hope you are doing good. I loved this poem a lot. It's a beautiful prayer from the depths of your heart... so soulful...Krishna's picture is so beautiful.

And I'm really sorry for being late...

*smiles and wishes*

Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Manivannan,

Thanks a lot for your appreciative comment and nice wishes. It is very kind of you.

Have a happy time time :)

God bless


Sindhu Bhairavi said...

The title is the one and only medicine that can help to reduce any agony.. to me reading this was like being reminded that whatever pain i go thru now will be gone... if i just leave it to God.. let his will be done... OH!!! isnt it so refreshing to realize that leaving things in Gods hands is the best thing one can do!!! Thanks a million Ayesha.

Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Sindhu,

I am so glad you like this poem much. Thanks a lot for your appreciative comment. As you have correctly said, leaving things in God's hand, frees us of much pain and anxiety.

Best wishes :)