Your religion is vain

a poem by Reginold Ajay Jacob, India

If you fail to love your brother,
Then your religion is vain,
If you fail to love your mother-in-law,
Then your religion is vain.

Don't tell me it hurt you,
I think, pain is the sign of being alive,
If nothing ever hurts you,
Then I wonder if you are alive.

Blood comes out, it's ebbs out,
This is a sign of being alive,
If your hands reach out to the poor
It means you are alive.

God looks from heaven on Earth,
His eyes try children of man.
Oh my soul just understand,
He weighs every action of man.

Note :- Yes dear brothers and sisters, It is good for us to amaze wealth in heaven by giving to the poor on this Earth .

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