Sunday, July 29, 2012

You've just reserved a place in hell

It was a cloudy Saturday morning to kick start the day with hiking in Youth Park. As usual, we came back in the noon. While searching for carpark, my sister noticed a cat laying under the hot sun beside a car. Why on earth would the cat wanna have a sunbath? She felt something and she don't go near. I, straight went to investigate. Guess what I found. The cat was dead, hit by a car. The driver (100% would have noticed as it was lying near the back tyre) ignored and just left the dead cat there. Just like me, my muslim neighbour found, and together we cremated the poor cat.

He left the car, with the blood stain. How cruel could someone be?

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

I'm against Ganesha idol sticker on rear window!

Please tell me why you need to have a Ganesha sticker on your rear window. WHY? I'm getting pissed off everytime I see cars with the idol sticker. Last time, it tells me,"oh, an 'indian's car". Now, I loathe these people.

My first question, what Ganesha means to you? Definitely not a decorative item. DEFINITELY NOT! You stick it, and you drive the car around the town, under hot sun and rain, what were you thinking; A mobile Ganesha?

If you say you stick it because Hinduism believe Lord Ganesha prevents accident [ :'( ], Do you pray to that sticker before starting your journey? You offer prayers, mantra, fruits to Him? And if He were to eliminates accidents, why don't you stick on front window but at rear window? You want the car behind you not to kiss your back? You want them to pray to Ganesha?

I would be glad if people stick mantra's like' Aum Namah Shivaya', 'Hara Hara,Siva Siva' "Hare Raam, Hare Raam, Raam Raam Hare Hare, Hare Krsna Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna Hare Hare'. Undeniable, when we stop behind a car, we tend to read whatever sticked on the rear window, in a way we chant the matra. ! bonus point for us! :)

The Ganesha sticker, hmmm, only Hindus know that remblance is Ganesha, while others would be thinking,
'Owh I guess it's the pattern that Ibanians have on their shield'.

So, tell me now, Is Ganesha a decorative item?

Tuesday, July 17, 2012



© Anup B Deen

As I gaze at the sky when it rains 
As blood flows through my veins 
I wonder what makes life so auspicious 
inspite of the whole world being so malicious 

My dear rain...
As you pour down with all your might 
When will you come to me as my guiding light?
When will you wash my heart ? 
When will you quench my thirst ?
When will you show me something thats unrehearsed ? 

I protect myself when you arrive..
in my desire to survive..
but that does that mean I dont love you? 
does that mean I despise you?

Once you leave , the sun will shine 
leaving behind your marks which is way too divine.. 
Your tears and pure and plain.. 
Mine are salty and filled with pain.. 
When will you immerse mine in yours ? 
When will you guide me with your sail and take me to the shores ? 

Took this poem from the net, 

well illustrated on his feelings..

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Rain on me...

leisuring by the window,
on a rainy day,
mesmerized by God’s creation.

soul soothing songs on your headset,
filling your heart completely,
competing with the sound of rain outside.

musculared trees,
standing still,
year long,
refuse to move,
waves at you,
by strong wind gush.

darling flower buds getting drenched,
in drops of heavy rain,
as though purifying them.

wanna be those bud.
raindrops dancing on my lip,
adhere to skin,
showering me.

To feel,
drenching wholely
penetrating calmly
and freedom.
releasing heart from all troubles

Clear blue sky,
 clothed with colourful rainbow,
sound of rain getting low,
birds chirping,
out from nest.

Slowly, blessing of God has stopped.

Renuka Radakrishnan