Tuesday, October 11, 2005

For Rabi mama

"Enechhile shathey kore mrityuheen pran
Morone tahai tumi kore gele daan."

Saptamir shokal, 1412

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16 Comments:

Blogger satchisgod said...

I'm sorry.
I know what it means to lose a loved one, or even someone who's more than that...or more than you yourself.
Ki aar bolbo...and am sad...none of you actually could read through that last post. Things often aren't what they look from the surface you know...it's more labyrinthic...

11:42 AM  
Blogger sinusoidally said...

Couldn't understand what you wrote, but could infer the meaning. Just wanted to say, sorry for your loss.

9:56 PM  
Blogger jaded said...

that is beautiful.in a very tragic and sad sort of a way.

1:07 AM  
Blogger Ratna said...

M: Sorry for your loss.

2:27 AM  
Blogger M (tread softly upon) said...

Thanks everyone for your comforting messages. Sines I know that was too much Bengali for you...it is a quote that I borrowed in memory of my uncle who passed away couple of days back.

9:24 AM  
Blogger Krishanu said...

it is the memory of a person that keeps that person alive in our minds. be strong

10:30 AM  
Blogger satchisgod said...

Lol..."you" can be sarcastic too, huh?..never thought so...
Shubho Bijoya!

3:48 PM  
Blogger Medha.. said...

Just wanted to tell u that i loved ur previous post! It was awesome. Couldn't have put it in a better way. But pujo just whizzed by! Durga ma came, graced us with her presence and even before you know it, its time for her to leave.

Anyways i hope u had fun this pujo. And Shubho Bijoya! =)

5:11 AM  
Blogger satchisgod said...

Arrey sorry...will resist writing irrelevant posts from now.
As you must have understood, things aren't too good on my side.
And aacha, where do you live in Virginia? Maaney, I'd been to the Iskcon temple there once:)

6:15 PM  
Blogger Prerona said...

sorry. very beautiful words. ki amra niye aashi aat ki niye jai? which part of it is really us ... pran, jibon, aatma - konta ki aaj kal guliye jai, tai bhaaba chhere diyechhi, bhaalo laage na. sorry for your loss. take care.

12:29 PM  
Blogger Grafxgurl said...

its unbelievable how fleeting life is...just today my friend called me to say that the usher who always welcomed people into our church died right there...a heart attack...there one second.. and gone the next...come to think of it..no different from a light switch....

*hugs*...

4:38 AM  
Blogger Gamesmaster G9 said...

Hey, can I use your 55 word story for this compilation?

4:39 PM  
Blogger Prerona said...

did i tell i was very excited abt having found all ur blogs cz till now i didnt know many bloggers from Cal. CRC te jetaam but not much. started in earnest in Bristol and then here in Edinburgh. I'm gonna miss it if I have to go back cz I dunno if I will fit in at CRC again ... I've grown so old and everyone there seems to be kids or they have been doing it for years. I'm doing r2 here. When were u there? Did you know Tuna / Toby / Dipankar ... nevermind, actually. Meeting up with people from Cal always becomes a OMG ur so&so's so&so session, doesnt it?

Thank you for dropping by. It was really nice interacting with you at a time when I was missing not home really but more a time, a place, a kind of people, a way of life, thats now past.

5:20 AM  
Blogger M (tread softly upon) said...

You sure can gamesmaster g9....I'd be honored.
Subho Bijoya everyone and thanks for all the messages.

9:05 AM  
Blogger humsafar said...

Hi there,
You have left comments at my blogspot (gultani)... followed that link and visited yours today. Liked it so far. Will come back soon to read all of it.

Sorry for your loss.

Biday niye chole gele ei prithibi chheRe
Rekhe gele onek kichhu smritir bhubon juRe
Haray ni go tomar hashi, kanna, gaan, katha
Hridoyer i moni koThay jatne achhe rakha

1:35 PM  
Blogger Rimi said...

noyone shomukhe tumi naai, noyoner maajhkhaane niyechho je thaain...

very comforting thought, that. my wishes and condolences, m.

rimi

8:42 AM  

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