Sunday, 19 August 2018

Dear God, Tell Me!

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This happened the other day,
When I began to pray...
God appeared in front of me!
I was really surprised to see!

God:
“You have a lot of queries!
Now I’m free, ask me please!”
I didn’t know what to do/say!
What a blessing had come my way!
WOW: Conversation With God
Me:
“Why do people play with trust?
Why everything turns to dust?
What happens to life after death?
How do we know the remaining breath?”

Me:
“Why are people so mean & selfish?
Why don’t we get what we wish?
Why is truth/honesty considered queasy?
Why the fake/corrupt have things easy?”

Me:
“Why aren’t 100 good things important,
While the 1-2 bad things dominant?
How can there be peace on Earth?
What is the reason- why do we take birth?”

Questions were racing in my mind.
God was smiling & being patient & kind!
He listened with rapt attention to me!
I kept asking by feeling totally free!

God:
“It’s all the ways of the world, my child!
It’s a labyrinthine that’s complex & beguiled.
Just be good & do good in every way,
Try to be the best version of you everyday!”

God:
“The world will be a truly better place,
If being good is what all decide to chase!
Karma, destiny, debt, gain, loss, yearning...
Remember- you are here to keep learning”.

Me:
"I value your conversation with me,
How can I make it a daily reality?"
God:
"I'm everywhere, try to establish connection.
Believe in me, there is power in devotion."

Bright light shone; I could experience!
To me, all Qs & As started making sense.
From that day, everything appears fine!
Have you ever had such a conversation divine?

Please share your conversation with God in the comments below...

This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.
Also linking with Poetry Pantry-416

22 comments:

  1. I love most "you are here to keep learning." So true. Loved all the questions, all so pertinent.

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  2. Ah, there are so many questions I would like to ask God. I liked the ones you asked. I wonder too why people are so mean and selfish, as in one of your stanzas. I think sometimes God is hiding face with all that humans are doing to the planet. God's world has turned into such a bitter place.

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  3. Beautiful. Luv your divine encounter share. For me yes i have had my encounter from whence i stepped forward with faith to this day

    Thanks for dropping by my Sunday Standard

    Much🌼love

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  4. What a wonderful - and intriguing - conversation … loved the direction you took this piece in.

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  5. Beautiful way to converse with God about the painful realities of life!

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  6. nice write up in an intelligent way. The sentences embedded a video deep in my mind. Keep it up

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  7. Really a wow conversation with God, Anita :) The best part is "Just be good & do good in every way, Try to be the best version of you everyday".
    Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  8. Divine conversations indeed! Such deep philosophies told in verse so fluidly. Brilliant!

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  9. Those are very reasonable questions you pose

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  10. Oh yes, I've had a few! (And the answers go deep into the soul.) This poem is a very clear articulation of important questions and penetrating answers.

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  11. His answers to our prayers are mostly not the ones we want / expect but still He answers them Always

    Have a splendid, ♥-warming ABC-Wednes-day / -week
    ♫ M e l d y ♪ (ABC-W-team)
    http://melodymusic.nl/23-G

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  12. Creative post for G ~

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  13. I have had conversations with self but not with the divine.

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  14. If at all God ever turns up, I will ask Him to wait and search your poem and read it out to him, except for His answers part. And I am sure, His answers would be what you have penned!
    Absolutely heart touching!

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  15. Dear God, Tell Me! Too many questions to ask. Too many answers to get.
    The most satisfying and touching line was, 'Try to be the best version of you everyday!'.
    Truly an amazing poem. Had a good time reading it :D

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  16. Awesome! Loved it big time. I too wrote a Poem in Hindi on the same subject. Not sure whether I am supposed to post a link to my blog in "Comments" where the Poem is posted.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. Nice to know.
      Of course, you can post your link.

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