The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough. Rabindranath Tagore
“I leave no trace of wings in the air,
but I am glad I have had my flight “ R. Tagore (Gurudev)
Gurudev, a Nobel laureate was a champion of the Bengal Renaissance in India. His contribution included paintings, sketches and doodles, besides hundreds of texts, and nearly two thousand songs. His legacy abides at Visva-Bharati University, which he found at Shanti Niketan near Calcutta.
A timeless universe is an attractive thought. It would bring about a change of attitude among the commoners and help us to jump off the spiral roller-coaster of time based achievements. Such a model may also explain many of the paradoxes that modern physics faces in understanding the true nature of universe that may finally bridge the chasm between objective science and subjective facts mentioned in different scriptures.
The wise one, who follows the predetermined course, is a happy face amid the cosmic mish- mash and learns to enjoy the uniquely satisfying as well as frustrating tiny “nows.”
Nano nows dispelled
are eternally archived
in vast voids of waste