Genre: Non-Fiction, Pages: 121, Binding: Paperback, ISBN: 978-93-84333-11-9
In seeking solace among the plethora of gods, the one who gets lost is the seeker himself. Not just that, his rudderlessness is giving rise to godmen of all hues; some genuine, a lot fake. This is both painful and troubling. Man has to take cudgels for himself and learn to stand on his feet and not to seek a post to lean on. If he is the most evolved among the species, he cannot act like a creeper, infirm and clinging. The best is that he should seek redemption in nature which is truly comforting & enormously inspiring. It will embrace him completely and never let him down because he is its offspring. It is the mother; it is the father; as it (the nature) is, so he (the man & all life) is and not the other way round. It is the reason of his being, our being, the provider for our sustenance and the one we go back to on completing our journey through this world. When we are tired, spent and unable to go on, it takes us back in its arms with the same love and compassion. It is the cause and the source of our being. I don’t see it as different from God; I see it as God manifest, I see it as God!