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He Ram ! Na Aasa, Na Ram !!


हे राम ! न आसा, न राम !!  

यह कैसा कुटीर है, 
जंहा न आसा है, न राम है | 

यह कैसी आस्था है, 
जंहा कुछभी स्थाई नहीं है | 

यह कैसा आश्रम है, 
जंहा विश्राम के नाम पर काम होता है | 

यह कैसा साधू है, 
जिसमे न कोई बुद्धि है, न सिद्धी है |

यह कैसी भक्ती है, 
जंहा भक्तीके नाम पर भोग है |

यह कैसा धर्माश्रम है, 
जंहा धर्मके नाम पर अधर्म है | 

हे राम, यह कैसा शिविर है, 
जंहा न आसा है, न राम है |

There are good coins and bad coins in an economy. And this does not mean that the laws of the economy are wrong. There are accidents in life. And that does not mean that the laws of life are wrong. There are events in the universe and that does not mean that the laws of the universe are wrong. The laws of the science are the same to every observer. This is not only a scientific fact but also a spiritual insight. The above poem is just an effort to distinguish between good coins and bad coins.

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