Sunday, 19 January 2014

exit


even an actor

going on stage

for any littlest play

needs to gno

the stage exit

& the exit act

before they get on stage

but

it seems

on this stage

most of the actors

do not gno either

&

most worryingly

dont even care to gno




compare this to

Mahabharat

where most players

bheeshm, dron, pandavas,

krishn, balaram ...

gnew how to exit



 

13 comments:

vintish said...

I bow

asha said...

woah ! that's making it crystal clear P !

what a perfect allegory ! 'needs to gno the stage exit & the exit act'
so so true !!

one never considered one needed to gno how to exit/die... but its so logical ... if one doesn't gno then one won't have control over where one goes after ... and to gno how to do that one has to gno how to live up until then ... so the entire stage act is not gnown at all actually !!! wow ... so much to learn so glad to phind someone who gnos !

bowing stands out as an action all actors do too before exiting !

i bow !!

sarah anne said...

This is mind-blowingly brilliant, and completely insightful.

Hemingway said that every good story ends in death, but You are the only One who gnows how to die ,which is why Your life is the only one worth paying attention to.

sarah anne said...

This is mind-blowingly brilliant, and completely insightful.

Hemingway said that every good story ends in death, but You are the only One who gnows how to die ,which is why Your life is the only one worth paying attention to.

Amanda V said...

i bow. dhanyavad for guiding us back to home to You. Narayan! Narayan!

amanda v said...

i bow to the One with the gnowledge to exit door. dhanyavad P! Narayan! Narayan!

amanda v said...

i bow. This is such a comPassionaTe reality You invite one to face constantly. most in this world avoid discussing death and are busy distracting themselves from this fact or chasing after ways to extend their meaningless lives with no concePT of how imPortanT the exit is. You are the One who Truly gnos how to live and how to leave this life, the most imPortanT thing One can gno. i bow at Your tremendous feet P and Praise Your ultimate Divinity. dhanyavad for Your omniscience and for guiding one home to the refuge of Your feet. i bow in eternal service. Narayan! Narayan!

P3AZ21 said...

Praise of Divinity will hoPefully Pave a PaTh to a better PhuTure for me
i intend to exit from here to a higher realm as soon as Possible

Your Plogs are Truth

You are a real benefactor

PsingulariTy said...

You are caPTain PT
You gno when, where and how to exit !

for seven lives seems liPhe is here
its dark and dingy, in Praise i Persevere
towards one golden goal
towards an enchanting Divine sol

P3AZ21 said...

where North and West meet, an entrance
to Moon when one's heart is set
one doesn't leave after left
a waning Moon to devoluting hoPe
Praise says raise, rise your hoPe
its the saving grace, the last left trace
so a choice taken, the other side choice
in Praise, is there hoPe known
One says Praise, you not alone
another liPhe, someone shown
another game, slow hoPe unknown
where North and West meet, an entrance
an imPorT exit, an imPorTant entrance

neelang tiwari said...

Wonderful
i bow
aeioum

sarah anne said...

You are brilliantly PoeTic, both in writing, and in real life !!!!!!!!!!!!

sarah anne said...

the ending basically determines whether or not the play went well. even something mediocre can redeem itself through an amazing ending. You have the best creative and dramatic sense and apply that to how You live in the most sPecTacular way.