जीवन के बाद का जीवन

रूमी की पंक्तियों आपको क्या कहतीं हैं? ज़रूर बतायें. आप सबों के विचार मेरे लिए बेहद मायने रखते हैं.
रूमी को मैंने कुछ साल पहले मायूसी के पलों में, गहराई से पढ़ना शुरू किया था. अब गीता, कबीर, रूमी, नानक और ढेरों संतों की बातों और विचारों में समानता पाया. इनकी पंक्तियाँ मुझे गहरा सुकून देतीं हैं.

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जीवन के बाद के जीवन, को जानने की लालसा इतनी प्रबल है कि ,

मन व आत्मा को हमेशा खींचता है अपनी ओर. 

जीवन के अंत  से  ङरे बिना।

उसमें अब एक लालसा और जुड़ गई है – किसी से मुलाक़ात की.

मिलेंगे फिर वहाँ, जहाँ एक और जहाँ… दुनिया हैं.

भीड़ और परखने वाली नज़रों से दूर…. सही ग़लत से दूर .

What did Rumi mean when he said:

Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing 
and rightdoing there is a field.
I’ll meet you there.

When the soul lies down in that grass
the world is too full to talk about.

Rumi ❤️

 

14 thoughts on “जीवन के बाद का जीवन

  1. This is a deep one. Trying to say as per my thinking and what I read on Net:
    When we get past right and wrong, there is nothing that separates us, so when you get past right and wrong and I get past right and wrong, we are one. We meet in the field. 🙂

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  2. Its about love. Unconditional love.
    When you love a person truly, deeply, madly, our actions more often end up hurting the other. This is especially true when our actions are looked at from the perspective of society which already has defined what is right and what is wrong. That doesn’t apply in love.

    May be that’s why the author calls the other person to a place where there is no constraints of right or wrong to have a free wheeling conversation perhaps to understand each other better.

    That place is so far away from the mundane world constrained by preset rules which makes it trivial.

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  3. When i say unconditional love, I am in no way defending Violence. All I tried to say was this: The rules which govern the civilized world like Political Correctness wont apply if you love a person deeply because you tend to love them so much that you end up hurting them with your Frankness. When your actions are looked at through the glassess od society you may come across as an uncivilized person or a savage.

    Thats what i understood. The author meant something else i guess.

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    1. Thanks for the explanation . This is the beauty of Rumi’s verses. It’s meaningful for everyone in their own prospective.
      I feel, that he is taking about life, beyond death. Where souls meets each other without any worldly rules.

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