Yes , its our faith only..
Yes Renu, I agree.Thanks for visiting.
like they say..mano toh bhagwan, na mano toh patthar...
Yes Princess ,it is all in our thoughts.
Interesting rhyming haiku this..http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2013/05/haiku-myth-quietly-dilutes.htmlRS
Thanks a lot RS. Happy that you found it interesting.
Welcome Poet Laundry for dropping by. Thanks for your apprecative words.
Did the Gods say so? No we attribute that to the stone figures, for they cannot speak ,react to what is said of them!
Thanks Anil for the comments. This is a matter of ones faith and conviction.
stone, objects, they help us connect and therefore they do have meaning. appreciate this.
Welcome to my site. Thanks for your comments which are very encouraging.
Objects maintain their strength from their very quality of hardness, their mass! Good food for thought, Usha!Hank
Hi Kaykuala I am glad that you liked it..
Your faith is deep and a comfort to you. I enjoyed your red petal wedding story very much.
Yes Rallentanda.I am glad that you liked the red petal wedding narration.This is a decription of the actual wedding ceremoney of my daughter.
Thanks a lot for liking it.
A mere stone can tell many a story!! Like a sanctuary where a spirit dwells inside!!
Thanks Nanka for stopping by. It is all a question of ones faith. For some a stone idol may be a a symbol of worship and for some merely a stone.
For many belief systems stone figures are symbols of breathing spirits! Lovely!
Hello Gemma.I am glad that you liked it.
Thanks Usha Ma'm...Your comment emboldened me..and I have weaved a poem too on One Single Impression...I wish you to visit and see here: http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2013/05/haiku-myth-quietly-dilutes.htmlSome of my favorites poems are here:http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2011/01/hadnt-he-become-tear.htmlhttp://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2010/06/i-heard-icarus-laughing-osi-prompt-119.htmlhttp://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2010/09/passing-of-ordinaries.htmlhttp://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2011/07/my-three-hundredth-post.htmlhttp://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2010/08/growing-up-with-books.htmlWell, Ushaji..I have always felt that I am gifted..and feel humbled whenever a poem flows.. each one of more then 700 posts have flown spontaneously without any deliberate effort..it is discerning and appreciative minds like you who inspire...RS
I have read quite a good number of your poems. They are all GEMS. Why don't you get them pnblished?
Somehow not being able to muster the courage as lack of resources hold me.. may be sometime in future..God willing...and I don't know why a publisher would take interest..It's kind hearts like you who understand and perhaps to whom I try to speak through my writings...it just flows...I feel blessed to have you reading my poems and that's another Gift of God..miracles do happen..RS
Wish you all the best. God bless you!
That's true. I totally agree. It's the believer's soul that makes the difference.
Wecome Megha to my post. Thanks you have liked it.
Beautiful Haiku. Such profound thoughts in a few words.
Welcome to my site Ramakant ji. Thanks a lot for your precious comments. Keep visiting.
So true! Lovely Haiku.
Thanks for stopping by..Lliked your comments.
They say faith can move mountains, so faith in those seemingly lifeless rocks propels our lives with a divine force.
Thank you Reshma. Yes it is our faith and conviction which makes us visit the temples.
beautifully expressed in few words :)
Thank you Rajalakshmi for your inspiring comments.
So very true! Our belief, our faith makes all the difference!
Thank you Shilpa. Yes it is our conviction that makes us pray to idols of stone.
Thanks I am glad you liked it.
It's our perception and belief. Profound work.
Thanks Saru.It is our belief that makes us pray.
True.The holy stone in temple is full of life.
Sarala you are right. We visit temples to take the blessings of these Gods!
Faith is all about perceptions... it's strange how faith evolves, and a mere stone becomes a Shiva-ling!Lovely Haiku.
Hi Panchali I was missing you all these days. You are correct we don't take them as stones but our 'ishtdevas'.
Each one to his own.Believe in Him or not !
Kavita dear, people may call them stones, but we worship them. It is all a matter of perception. God bless you.