By Subrata Mukherjee
In love with Golapi, Subratagolapi.
The life of the people today is in the swing of happenings which cannot be pinpointed as something ordinary.
Heights of name and fame have reached the heaven but its root has been surfaced by a pull of concussion of extreme nature resulting an untimely extinction of the entire existence of human civilization.The New World (Natun Prithibi)
The indelible ink impregnating the concept of sustenance has yet not been exposed to the realities of life with all its attachments and hardship. The colours of covers shaping like hoods with the deceptive appearance on the eyes of common people yield a great advantage to the masterminds who play the tricks in expertise.
What is the meaning of human life? Is it a mere existence of human body to survive at the care and protection of superior powers? Is it a blessing of God or the curse of past acts of life destined by the supreme power?
Answers can be in various forms and figures but the meaning of human life can not be understood in the ordinary sense and applications in the version of bare physical ingredients devoid of all intellectual attributes and psychological sense and purities.
Thus, the world of humans are full of resources of ingredients to make a difference of environment from the world of other beings. Human activities are performed on the basis of creation and continuous improvement in the fields of attachment for better understanding and quality of life. It is not a mere existence of physical existence!
Ideas and descision of the humans are not always concerned about the basic needs and applications of day to day affairs. No need can be satisfied for ever. Needs are created to make other needs and the life of ordinary people remain always busy and studded with those needs and revolve round them.
This way, ordinary people get swayed by the flow of needs of daily affairs and plunge in to the uncertainty.The New World (Natun Prithibi)
Collected from “The Indelible ink!” By Subrata Mukherjee.
The New World (Natun Prithibi)