The Gurgling Sounds Of Water Laughing.

The gurgling sound of water laughing,

Make the noise blub, blub and blub,

And grr, gilli, gilli, gilli.

As more water splashes,

And makes way,

The more funnier laughter comes out of it.

Try listening patiently to the sound of the flowing water,

You will find that it laughs more often,

Than it is known to be.

It is simply God who is laughing.



I am at the sea.

I am at the sea,

The fresh air is breezing at me,

Please don’t laugh O! Kind wind,

For it’s me.

The waves are dancing,

The flocks of birds are flying,

Had you seen my bar of chocolate,

Which I ate yesterday?

How could you? It wouldn’t be here.

Silly of me.

Never mind O! Good sea,

Be happy and let the ships sail safely,

For had it not been for you,

The lighthouses and the sea shore would have been empty.



Do You Know Till What Height Pinus sylvestris grows?

Pinus sylvestris is a coniferous tree and is known as Scotch Pine. It is generally found in Scottish highlands and in other places in the world especially the mountain or hilly areas.

The question which remains to be answered is the height till which it grows?

In my subsequent posts I will give the answer.

Till then,’



God’s Compassion.

“God’s compassion” is a phrase which we don’t hear often.It’s taken for granted.

It is love on which human relationships are based, but to be compassionate is a very special quality which very few have.

Many say that they exercise compassion, that they are sympathetic, but in the way of expressing their compassion and sympathy, their self-created big fat ego stands as a dividing wall and it becomes a ever revolving ball of ignorance and arrogance.

Compassion is a store of energy which only God has in his bag of love and Godliness.

Love has and is a huge source of energy. Their is no dearth of it. But being truly compassionate is quite limited in humans.

God is the true master of compassion. His compassion is limitless, infinite and is highly graceful.

His compassion arises out of his love for his children and resides only and only in him.

God’s compassion cannot be matched, cannot be thought of nor cannot be fathomed.

 Each and every breath we take is due to his compassion.

Compassion entails sympathy. But sympathy by humans often comes with riders.

God’s compassion entails only love and mercy.

Before his children ask for his mercy, he has already forgiven them. His mercy is infinite. So is his compassion.

Suppose a student studies very hard for an examination, but doesn’t get excellent results, leading to him feeling morose and let down. That same student in a bigger exam scores superbly and his brilliance outshines everybody. There God’s compassion is outpouring without bounds.

God’s compassion is such a treasure whose limitations are limitless. Very few have actually seen it. It’s the same as a mother’s love for her new born child. It cannot be explained.Words simply bow their heads in front of it.

The bond that binds a mother and a father with their child is God’s compassion and love which connects with the baby in their form as mother and father and vice versa.

It’s like a free flowing beautiful river containing fresh water and unmeasured jewels whose true value and values only God knows.

This flowing river is a very infinitesimally small form of God’s Compassion.
The more we try to measure it, the more it shines, much brighter than anything else.

God was compassionate, is compassionate and will be compassionate. We humans are at the faulty end. We often misunderstand his compassion as our successes in life.

As each drop is an individual drop, they are limitless, and full of God’s compassion and love which may seem very small but in reality is a kingdom on it’s own.

Sometimes simply try to feel his compassion. Who knows? Maybe as a drop of water or as a rose petal he may simply send his compassion which always entails his beautiful and boundless love.



Which is the only place from where we get both fire and water?

Think about it. It might be a bit puzzling, but the answer is simple. Construe the question in such a way in your mind, that the answer comes to you  within five seconds. Water and fire are two very essential things or elements as they are better known, in our daily lives. Without them the wheels of our daily life will be as stuck as a Swiss train stuck in the snow in the Alps.

Water is such an essential vitality, that sans it our morning ablutions will be germful and thirst will keep magnifying to the heights of a teak or pine tree and oof! without fire we can’t light our hearths, our stoves, our ovens and neither can we light the fireplaces to keep our selves warm and nor can we light those internationally famous cigarettes which cause cancer and whatnot, but are still regarded as a short time pass to heaven and it’s other worlds.

So, to make it short water and fire go hand in hand,both compliment each other and both can be used to subdue each other and against each other.

Have you guessed the answer till now? If not then read it over here.

It is a no brainer and very simply one.


Clouds bring down rain upon us and they also produce lightning, when two heavy clouds, filled to the brim with rain and fully charged with positive and negative ions,cause friction against each other, then both lightning and torrential rains come down upon us.Lightning is another state of fire. How many times have we read that lightning causes a tree to burn down or cause damage to an entire forest?

Look out of your window during the monsoon season and look towards to those dark grey clouds and when lightning occurs and with it rain also falls down, then you can realize the beauty of mother nature.All the elements are embedded in herself, but we humans often fail to realize that.

Next time when you go out for a monsoon walk or travel, remember to look for the clouds, because without them our whole ecosystem goes for a toss.



aerial photography of urban city overlooking lightning during nighttime