The query: “At Auschwitz, tell me, where was God?” And the answer: “Where was man?” ― William Styron, Sophie’s Choice I have lived my life haunted by The demons of the past, that dark sky Of Auschwitz- those whistles at the crack of dawn Mournful, menacing, trying to warn Each one of us alive that we couldContinue reading “Forgiveness”
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That day, before sunrise
He got out of bed, that day before sunrise Sleep had evaded him, that was not a surprise He felt anxious and excited in equal measure Those very last moments he would always treasure He was leaving home today, his flight was soon due To travel to a foreign land, explore vistas new As theContinue reading “That day, before sunrise”
Where do they pray?
They prayed in churches They prayed in mosques They prayed in temples They prayed in synagogues They identified their God They took their pick They carved separate faiths To which they would stick They segregated themselves Condemned those different Had fights in the name of religion That God Himself could not prevent Continue reading “Where do they pray?”
Nothing is more important than reconnecting with your bliss. Nothing is as rich. Nothing is more real. Deepak Chopra. When I looked back at how far I had come Who I had been and who I had become I felt as though I had lost touch With my old self, I felt there was muchContinue reading “Reconnecting”