Wednesday, June 24, 2009

The Final Desire


All experiences that touch the soul with true happiness are signs of eternity and have beautiful parts to play in our consciousness. Often, I have had the sinking feeling of losing a cherished person or experience. However, at the say time, a 'never-say-die' voice in me has told me to be patient and not to give up hope. When I look at my life I see that people, who, apparently, were lost to me, have come back. Relationships have been restored. I have healed. What about those that are over for good? They were not meant to be and their short stay has taught me to let go of the undeserved/ undeserving.



My life has taught me to look beyond life. When I move on from the stage of this mostly-tragic drama of life, I move on with a burning desire in me and I know in my soul that my ultimate dream too will become reality. I hope to get Him who is called by various names. I call Him Vaasudev Krishna and my dream is to hold His hands and dance as best friends. And all the others who are dear to me will also be present there for my Vaasudev sustains us all with only a fraction of His infinite energy. I, inspite of all my imperfections, have full faith in His mercy and grace.

13 comments:

Rush said...

real soul calling..i iked the way u wrote how u showed ur desire..

KParthasarathi said...

I liked the way you have expressed yourself with feeling.

Whirlwind said...

Very stirring write up Ayesha!!Could relate to it completely!!

Ayesha Parveen said...

@ Rush,

Thank you for the appreciative comment. Yes, I have written it from deep within me.

@ KParthasarathi,

Thanks a lot for your encouraging comment.

@ Whirlwind

Hi Swetha! Thanks a lot. It is good to know that you could relate to what I have expressed. The final desire should always be of total release and pure joy. This is what I always believe in.

Best wishes to all :)

Ayesha

A New Beginning said...

Hey Ayesha!Like always you never fail to strike a cord:)Very well written!

Aparna V.S said...

hi ayesha first time i heard someone saying such a desire.......
ur words show how deep it is..

cheers:)

Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Sana and Aparna,

Thanks a lot. Best wishes :)

anupama said...

dear ayesha,
nice to know you are akrishna devotee.i share my feelings,my thoughts with kanha!next time come to guruvayoor during my summer holidays!we will have darshan of unnikannan at guruvayoor temple.
your lines are really touching and they are straight from your heart!
good luck!
sasneham,
anu

Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Anu,

Hare Krishna!

Thanks a lot for your words of appreciation and for your kind invitation. It is very nice of you. Do visit again.

Best wishes :)

Ayesha

shri ramesh sadasivam said...

Very nice post. Profound and soothing. Apt and beautiful picture.

Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Ramesh,

Welcome to my blog and thank you so much for your appreciative comment.

Do visit again :)

manivannan said...

Finally, I read this post Ayesha :-) And I regret for reading this post late.

A very stirring write up! I am deeply touched. ...I also yearn for that day, holding Krishna's hands and dancing...sometimes it seems so near...sometimes it seems very far. May Shree Krishna fulfill our desires.

Hare Krishna!

Ayesha Parveen said...

Hi Mani!

Thanks a lot, friend. May Krishna bless you as well.