Nayanathara's poems come straight from the heart and are marked by deep sympathy for all those who suffer: from the mythical Vaidehi to the salt-maker and the water-wife who slave for others and are abandoned to their dark fate. But she also is philosophical enough to understand someone like the Buddha whose dedication to a larger cause had compelled him to give up the comforts of home. She has the basic qualities of a poet and I am sure will soon master the form.
- K. Satchidanandan
I am a mere pre-verse in the lyrics; the song is yours,
I am a mere bend in the road; the pathway is yours,
I am a mere cloud that flits aimlessly; the sky is yours,
I am a mere comma behind the word; the sentence is yours,
So dont let me stop you from writing that song,
From finishing that journey, from touching the sky.
For I am a mere chapter in the novel,
The story has always been yours.
This book is a compilation of poems, articles, and middles written by the author while he was in Goa as well as during his stay in Kenya, where he spent a considerable part of his life. These articles and poems, written by the author at various stages in his life, and on various subjects, are a reflection of the times he lived in. The author hopes that these experiences should provide the same pleasure and inspiration to the readers of this book as they did to him.More info →
Your Life Unfolds as your breath flows... Another Compelling and Insightful book from the author of God is not optional. A collection of spiritual yet absolutely unique worldy experiences, expressed through Poems, Prayers, Insights, Thoughts, Personal Interpretations of the Yoga Sutras and facets of the Supreme Goddess. This is a must read for its experiential aspect.