Sunday, May 30, 2010


“We need to find God, and he cannot be found in noise and restlessness. God is the friend of silence. See how nature - trees, flowers, grass- grows in silence; see the stars, the moon and the sun, how they move in silence... We need silence to be able to touch souls.”

Who is GOD?Your Mom,dad?Your neighbor,friend,teacher or are you an ardent supporter of Idol Worship?Can you bribe(ahem!)him,hate him,love him and worship him him in the same lifetime?What do you call him??Bhagwan?God?Allah??For a devout Hindu like me,those questions seem to rise out of no where and yet make sense at the same time.On asking my elders (Yes!!I was actually foolish enough to do so)they accused me of being blasphemous so I have set out to find the almighty myself and these are my observations,so far:

1.God is in that old woman in rags who comes to you asking for help and blesses you inspite of being met with a cold shoulder

2.God is in that little child whose laughter makes your day.

3.He resides in that little puppy yelping for help on a cold night.

4.It often happens that while on a road you find someone smiling at you,later you realize that poor man is blind.turn back and look at him once again.You are bound to find God in him.

5.Last but not the least I have found God in myself.Although it did not happen when I shamelessly asked him to help me take my exam when I knew more than anyone else that I did not study anything but in my seventeen years I have seen good things happen only when I have put in that extra effort.Having faith in yourself matters more than anything else .Realizing your mistakes and working towards rectifying them is more important than remaining a supposed saint. I believe“If there were no God, it would have been necessary to invent him.” Because whilst inventing him we would end up discovering ourselves.



  1. yeah....bullshit. someone we'll never be able to understand, pal...judging byt he definition of God, the Creator, if we say that He gave us the brain with which we think, do you think that we can EVER use that very brain to understand the Creator of this brain???

  2. you do have a point there.. but i guess what most 'atheists' fail to understand is that god is'nt a product of logic..he is born out of faith.."believe where you can't prove" theory..i know it sounds lame..but it makes sense to me
    .......As far as god residing in an old woman and a little kid and the bread and the butter and the jam is concerned .. i don't buy that... my concept of god is a tad bit selfish..i think it gives me a sense of immense hope to think that there is an 'omnipotent' 'omnipresent' someone who looks out for me and shall help me through whatever life has in store for me.