Abacus is a plaything for many.

It teaches maths to the little ones.

The basics of mathematics,

And it’s numbering,

Is learnt in the childhood,

By using it.

The simple additions and subtractions,

Are done on its beads,

It is a fond memory from childhood,

The learning which we all hope,

That we won’t have to repeat.



Tea@ Rs.8.

At a small restaurant day before yesterday (It was Baba’s birthday, i.e. Meher Baba’s), we had tea for Rs.8. When we had approached the tea stall owner and asked him that how much for a cup of tea, we had expected him to reply that –“thirty or forty rupees”.

When he replied eight rupees, we were more than shocked, surprised and felt that the gates of heaven had been opened again. It felt as if justice was prevailing upon Earth.

Who sells tea for eight rupees? Last we had tea for Rs.8 was six years back.

Still I can’t believe that a cup of tea is available@ Rs.8.

Wish that everything becomes as cheap as this tea.




Fashion is the sense with which one dresses. To fashion means to look right, to keep with the current trend, to look sober.

But that has changed in the past two decades or so. Now even if anybody wears a huge dress which looks as a bulbaceous plant, then also it is appreciated as fashion.

If one wears a dress which is made to like a bus, that too would be appreciated by each and everyone.

When God created the mankind, he had intended and wanted it to be sober, happy and rightful in their works.

A sense for fashion is required but the “fashion sense and trend” which goes on nowadays is misleading, misinterpreted and highly binging on the budget.

One may wear a flower shaped dress for the whole month, rather than having food, going out and carrying on your daily life, as after buying that “fashionable dress” one’s monthly budget goes for a toss

May God’s light shine upon and may all have the proper sense to dress.

N.B. Jeans are a big upside down in regard to fashion. Jeans pants nowadays are torn at knees, above the ankle, on the thighs. Sometimes, the question arises whether you are wearing a jeans pant or a ragged and torn piece of cloth. Ankle, thighs and knees are the most vital parts of a human leg. If those are not covered when you are wearing a full length jeans, then God save you.

Be happy and wear nice, sober dresses with such a style and fashion that does not poke anybody’s eye out.



Light Up The Oven.

Light up the oven, make some bread, when it is still red.

Light up the oven, make some beautiful and soft cake.

Light up the oven, make some cookies.

Light Up The Oven.

Light up the oven Ma for I am hungry and I am waiting for those beautiful, soft and nice cookies, bread and cakes with my glass of milk made by you Ma, for it is your’s and Baba’s love which keeps me running.

Be happy!



Passionate Desire.

Passion generally stems from love. Love is something which is not got easily from anybody or anything except from parents.

A person loves to draw, paint, sing, dance, etc. That’s his passion. Without passion a person often tumbles down the road or dries off like a flower which was without water for many days.

Any passionate desire arises from the fact that a particular “good” desire has yet not been got.

Suppose a batsman has been playing for his particular team for the past seven years, but till date he has never scored a double century. He always misses out near the 190-180 mark.

The passion in him to touch the 200 run score is a passionate desire. He will try his level best and if possible will even exceed that. With that a pray to God to make him successful.

A chef working at a well-known restaurant often tries to serve his best, but he too has his limitations. A passion burns in him to work in such an atmosphere where his creative rights are not crippled by the menu card.

It’s his most passionate desire to get a job in such a place where he can not only excel but get to know more and more about food and cooking it.

A teacher who is given the job of managing and teaching a class often feels suffocated in the bye laws and encumbrances of the syllabus. Many teachers often join colleges where despite a syllabus being marked by the university, professors have a free reign in teaching the subjects.

But very very few teachers get to teach the subject matter in which they excel. A teacher’s desire to teach a student who understands the subject at the same frequency as him/her and appreciates it, is the teacher’s passionate desire.

A person who likes to dance would want to show his/her skill to the world. It’s his/her passionate desire to do so. That person practices regularly, works hard and waits for the day when he/she can do it. With time the desire grows stronger and stronger.

Any person, who has a desire knows what it feels like when it is not fulfilled.

But with desires the problem is that there is always a saturation point where a person can either make it or break it.

If that person can make it then good otherwise he/she has to wait for the chance to come again.

When the fire of passion burns inside the heart, that shapes up a man or woman. Day after day it takes a form and the want increases. When it reaches it’s peak point at that time a person can excel in either having that desire fulfilled or in showing it to the world, but it only happens when the desire is within one’s reach.

It’s good to have a desire and if it’s a passionate desire try hard to achieve it provided that the desire is good.