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“There are different wells within us.
Some fill with each good rain,
Others are far, far too deep
For that” – ( Hafiz, ‘The Divan’)
Surprisingly pleasant weather on a sunny afternoon here in New Delhi. Just wondering about what Hafiz says. What happens to that well which does not fill? Does one wish for it to fill? Does one go seeking water? Does one allow that water in, which bravely and beautifully seeks the well? Does one waste away?
What would I/do I do ? Well, personally,the accidental sufi would waste away.But elegantly 🙂 So, Michael Hutchence croons “If your spirit’s fine,Why don’t we make it rain like we used to,We run,We hide,We want,The good life,Aw sure,You’re right,This ain’t, the good life,Ah, Elegantly wasted”