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மனக்குரங்கு 

 

கால்  நீட்டி 
குந்தி இருந்தபடி 
கட்டளை இடுகிறது 
என் மனக்குரங்கு 
அதை கட்டிப்போட்டு 
சும்மா இரு 
என்று சொல்ல 
நான் என்ன 
புத்தனா புனிதனா 
ஆசையும் பாசமும் கொண்ட 
அந்த மனக்குரங்கு தானே 
அது ஆடி அடங்கும் வரையிலிம் 
எந்தக்கிளை வேண்டுமானாலும் 
தாவித் திரியட்டும் 
ஆசையும் பாசமும் அகன்று 
அந்த ஞானம் அடைந்தவனை 
அறியும் வரையிலும் 
இப்போதைக்கு இது 
இப்படியே 
இருந்து தொலையட்டும் .

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10 hours ago, uthayakumar said:

கால்  நீட்டி 
குந்தி இருந்தபடி 
கட்டளை இடுகிறது 
என் மனக்குரங்கு 
அதை கட்டிப்போட்டு 
சும்மா இரு 

என்று சொல்ல 
நான் என்ன 
புத்தனா புனிதனா 

மனத்தை சும்மா இரு என்று கட்டளையிட்டுக் கட்டிப்போட முடியாது என்று சொல்வார்கள். 

மனக் குரங்கையும் எமது அன்பினாலேயே அடக்கலாம் என்றும் ஞானியர் சொல்வர். Self-love / எங்களை நாமே நேசிப்பதும் மிக முக்கியம் போலும்.

தொடருங்கள் உங்கள் கவித்துளிகளை, உதயன்! 😊

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5 hours ago, மல்லிகை வாசம் said:

மனத்தை சும்மா இரு என்று கட்டளையிட்டுக் கட்டிப்போட முடியாது என்று சொல்வார்கள். 

மனக் குரங்கையும் எமது அன்பினாலேயே அடக்கலாம் என்றும் ஞானியர் சொல்வர். Self-love / எங்களை நாமே நேசிப்பதும் மிக முக்கியம் போலும்.

தொடருங்கள் உங்கள் கவித்துளிகளை, உதயன்! 😊

Suffering arises from attachment to desires,அதி கூடிய இணைப்பும் அன்பும் ஆசையும் தான் மனிதனை துன்பத்தில் ஆழ்த்துகிறது என்கிறார் புத்தர் .
சும்மாய் இரு என்ற சூத்திரம் அறிந்தவர் சிலரே .நீங்கள் கூறியது போல் நம்மை நாமே நேசிக்கும் போது அதில் இருந்து பல விடுதலைக்கான பாதையை தேட முடியும் என்ற 
நமது முன்னோர்களின் கூற்று சரியானது .நன்றி மல்லிகை வாசம் .

 

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On 8/22/2019 at 7:52 PM, uthayakumar said:

ஆசையும் பாசமும் கொண்ட 
அந்த மனக்குரங்கு தானே 
அது ஆடி அடங்கும் வரையிலிம் 
எந்தக்கிளை வேண்டுமானாலும் 
தாவித் திரியட்டும் 

ஆபத்தை விலை கொடுத்து வாங்க சொல்றீக!

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