THE MOTHER OF PONDICHERRY
A proverb goes to say that health,
In daily life, is more than wealth,
Though both are found essential,
If one’s life-time should go well.
Mother says that any disease,
Can be cured without medicines,
As, by nature, the body cells
Fight to cure the infected parts.
Many diseases aren’t real,
But they’re just mental,
Born out of fear of the same,
Each carrying its own name.
For a smooth life, wealth helps,
When it’s put to productive use,
Not when it’s piled up in lockers,
What a born miser does always.
Trials and tribulations are part
Of one’s life that is meant
To develop the patience to meet
That struggle coming as a test.
Failures are stepping stones,
In the course of time, to success,
And is enjoyable, Mother says,
When failure leads to success.
When one works with confidence,
And also Mother’s consciousness,
Success, by itself, will come to him,
In no small measures, well in time.
When the ordinary mind is confused,
One has no time left to find God,
But he’ll come to know the Lord
If he’s out from that state of mind.
So, one should practice yoga then,
To avoid any kind of confusion,
Irritation, frustration, or pain,
For one’s own spiritual gain.
So, it shows “No pain, No gain,”
When one undergoes the pain,
Due to struggle, one has to face
In one’s life-time endless race.