Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Most beautiful

Most beautiful moment of a day ,
everyday ,
is when I open the door
early morning
to see the most wonderful
view of the day ,
to let light in ,
opening the heart and mind
to an ageless serene beauty
and a host of new possibilities
and positivities.

akash

4 comments:

Tomas Karkalas said...

Dear Akash
Thank you for your response your suggestion to write a book was most beautiful moment of currently quire windy days,
The though of letting the light in sounds great and expresses my deepest desires.
Unfortunately, there is one but. Personally I am able just to wish about that. But the situation isn't hopeless. You master the word perfectly and you could wrote that book. It would be about your discoveries on web and the author would be you.
That would be the fulfillment of my sacred dream and I would be happy to be your hero and to get a copy of your book. Is it possible?

akash said...

Dear Tomas ,

Thank you for the suggestion .
I am still a novice with words , but your words do encourage me to write a book on you .

Could you give me inputs about yourself ? I will begin the task .

Let us see how it goes .

Best regards ,

akash

Tomas Karkalas said...

Dear akash
thank you for your acceptance of my proposal. I visualize the forthcoming book already now and it looks fine. I see it as not a book about me but about us - about chatter of friends who have met on a road to the eternity.
You asked me "Could you give me inputs about yourself ?"
Once upon a time we were strangers, but when we heard on other our eyes have opened and we start listening to ourselves. This book will be not my biography not something burdened with inadvertently prejudices, but awe inspiring reading by you of what you will pick up from my blogs http://candleday.wordpress.com/
http://arthiker.wordpress.com/
http://trustlight.blogspot.com/
http://www.artmajeur.com/colourrain/
and your own heart - it would be not a biography of the unknown but your cheerful chatter with the sunbeam who enlightens our path and reveals the shadows on our road.
while focusing on details we are too frequently deluded with the exotic that distorts the truth. Thus let's look at a mirror.
I can tell you just one concrete detail- once upon a time I had sign ed as Butterfly in the plaster and I hadn't any other nicknames.
Sincerely yours
Tomas Karkalas
I am eagerly waiting to your response and wish you the best.

akash said...

Dear Tomas ,

Thank you , indeed for placing such trust in my words .

There is one problem which I envisage in my attending to this task immediately. The commitments at my workplace have increased this year.Hence the work may not proceed with the desired speed.

At this point of time , given my commitments , it is difficult to take it up as a commitment .

My apologies to you , dear friend .

With best wishes ,

akash