However our sins suppress us and create depression in us, with the help of the grace of God we can overcome it and press forward. When I was thinking on this I wrote this song.
On 05-07-1991 at Sat-tal ashram when I was reading John 6:1-35, when I was meditating verse 26, I wrote the following song:
When I was writing a paper called ‘Bhakti is the only way’ at Sat-tal ashram on 04-07-1991, I immediately stopped my writing and wrote the following poem.
அகக் கண்ணும் தான்திறக்க
அறிந்திடலாம் உள்ளபடி Continue reading
Among the various paths Bhakti is the best one. When I arrived to this conclusion I wrote this song at Sat-tal ashram.
கூவிஅழைக்கின்றார்அவர்பின்செல்ல Continue reading
I think this one is written at Sat-tal ashram when I was thinking about paying back the Lord for what he has done for me. Particularly doing seva for the Lord is considered as the most important thing among the evangelical circle. But for me we are in an eternal debt to the Lord and we cannot pay for what He has done for us through any means in our life.
அளிப்பதினால்ஐயன்அன்பிற்கீடாய்–ஏதுநான்…. Continue reading
When I got relief from the struggle that I faced today (see songs 30 & 31), out of joy I wrote this song. This is written on the same day when I felt immense joy in my spirit as I experienced the forgiveness that I received from the Lord.
Today I had several struggles in my mind. I could not even meditate in the morning. So when I was reading Muktiveda in the evening, the verses from Hebrews 2:1-2 came a severe warning to me. With much fear and disturbance I read rest of the chapter. That time verse 2:18 gave much comfort and encouragement. Then I wrote the following song on 20-11-1991 at Kathmandu.
On 20-11-1991 at Kathmandu when I was fasting and keeping total silence whenever I began to pray, so many thoughts came and attacked my mind. I couldn’t concentrate on my prayer. Whenever I fast and keep silence, I face similar attacks on my mind and I think this is common to many other bhaktas too. Then I wrote this song pouring my heart to the Lord.