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32 (06/10/1982) D


UCCÁT́ANA MANA NÁ MÁNE BÁRAŃA
SHUDHU TÁR PÁNE JETE CÁY
KENO CÁY OGO KENO CÁY

DHARAŃIIRA DHÚLI VANER KÁKALI
PHELE ÁSÁ SEI MADHU DIN GULI
MANER MÁDHURI SABÁI KE NIYE
TÁRI MÁJHE MÚRACHÁY
KENO CÁY OGO KENO CÁY

JATA CHILO KATHÁ JATA CHILO MÁN
NÁBOLÁ VYATHÁR JATA ABHIMÁN
SABÁI ÁJIKE MILIYÁ MISHIÁ
TÁRI PÁNE KENO CHUT́E JÁY
KENO CÁY OGO KENO CÁY


My restless mind heeds no restrictions.
It only wants to move towards Him.

Why this desire, O why this desire?

The dust of the earth,
the murmurings of the forest,
those sweet days of the past
the sweetness of my mind
all together merge in Him.

Why this desire, O why this desire?

My unexpressed words,
my feelings of ego,
the unspoken pain of my wounded pride
today they all rush towards Him,

Why do they rush towards Him?
Why this desire, O why this desire?



Purport:
There are so many charms, so many objects of fascination on this earth, but the
accumulated force of all these sweet worldly attractions is far less than the attraction
for Paramapurus'a (the Supreme Consciousness). Before this Supreme Attraction all other
worldly attractions fade. The mind wants a closer affinity to Him, and no charms, no
attractions, no fascinations of this mundane world can create any obstacles on the path.
Now there remains the eternal question why is the cosmic attraction so powerful and
irresistible? Why is the call of the Great so great?








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