Upset I am so often So often you couldn't imagine You would say I shouldn't be upset That would mean I am insensitive Extravagance upsets me Ostentation upsets me Wastage upsets me Abject poverty Mocked at by filthy affluence upsets me Creepy behaviour of Highly qualified intellectuals upsets me Upset I am so much When a pall of gloom Corona uncontrollable They mock at modern system of medicine Speak against vaccines Condemn and declare Polio eradication, TB eradication programs All useless and counter-productive When they see conspiracy in everything When a top doctor and Padamvibuhshan awardee Endorses 1956 recommendation of an UK expert Not to treat half a million TB patients Give better nutrition only Half would have survived Half would have died And with that TB would have been eradicated I am really upset I ask him why the expert Couldn't eradicate TB in his own country Where even today more than 7000 people die of TB annually He laughs at diabetes Cites example where one Without treating controlling high diabetes Lived long life Such attitudes really shocking I am witness, I am victim Side effect of adminstered steroids Of uncontrolled diabetes Escaped death narrowly Due to diabetes induced heart attack What should be done of such great men? They deserve to be sent to a mental hospital Upset I am really, really!
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Cold Diet Coke Administered intravenously Injected into my veins And fueling my anxiety. First, it was only a few Drops to keep me ready, But now it's full gallons And even that's not quenching.
People always ask me, "Why push milligrams and ounces Of cold Diet Coke? It'll make you choke. After time, you'll croak. You're such a stupid bloke, Pushing Diet Coke."
To this I have to say that you Are quite mistaken, sir. I only do it because I am Addicted to the tiny bubbles In my fizzy bloodstream. I know it's very dangerous, But I haven't died quite yet. I might just try some other kind To fix my upset stomach.
"Zero calorie soda, Amazing as it is, Though it tastes delicious to you, Isn't healthy food. It's gonna cause an issue. You're still depressed and blue. Your face is green in hue."
Again I must say you lie To steal my fleeting happiness. I need the drip, drip, dropping through My swiftly closing arteries. I don't have much time left, And I'm at Death's bright doorstep. I'm taking my final breaths, And I'm on my deathbed.
I just want to tell you You made me do this. It's your fault. You're to blame. Yours is the shame.
You outlive yet another son. You could've saved this one. My chances are slim to none. I approach the glistening sun As the fungus and rot outrun The weight of death o'er a ton.
Aficionados they're of justice If they, their kith n kin Suffer from Covid 100 rooms for them in Ashoka Hotel under Primus Hospital Justice in cases pending For 20-30 years may get Delayed by a fortnight If they are incapacitated That would be a great injustice Further who would pass Orders making incompetent Executive competent In their absence They're special citizens On this planet Next to God in heaven Understand my poor countrymen
I can’t help but picture you in that bed With wires and tubes And I want nothing more than to stroke your hair And kiss your face But I am a phantom in your life A dark secret, never to be uncovered And I will sit in silent torture waiting for your consciousness Powerless and fearful for the children that were never mine. Fearful for a life I was never going to be a part of.
Babaji you are great You meditate I meditate My mind Still agitates Life is an art of living You're on high pedestal of wisdom Peerless is your stardom Online lessons and videos Life transformation of humans Everyone should spend five days of their life Before they die One day in jail One day in school One day with farmer One day in hospital One day in mental hospital Wonderful way to transform their life Compassion and compassion No more prejudice No more tendency of condemnation I take you very seriously I want to transform my life To begin with A day in jail Talk to criminals Transformation to avail Who would allow me entry I would be stopped by the sentry Illegal and underhand methods I refrain I believe in right to equality Everyone should get equal opportunity Government should make a policy decision Transformation is in the interest of the nation A day in jail be made compulsory For making some suggestions I reviewed the current statistics There are 1350 jails in my country With a capacity for 405000 inmates Average capacity 300 inmates Population is 1350 millions Per jail transformation candidates one million It's a gigantic task My breath in isn't out Pranayama save my life In all probability Government won't make such a decision Babaji start some agitation Staunch follower I am Transformation is birth right of everyone!
Inspired by a video of a holy master. Best transformation would come spending one day in jail with innocent criminal like Mukhtar Ansari and talking to him! Equally good would be spend a day with rapists and talk to them. You would develop compassion to know how no woman offered voluntarily to satisfy their lust and they had to commit it of necessity! Even meeting those who took lives of their daughters and sons for honour wouldn't be bad! You would be amazingly transformed by listening to these poor criminals! Compassion and compassion! No more prejudice! No more tendency to condemn!