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ABOUT

All my writings in the form of poems or any other topics are part of my day to day experiences. I come across different types of people at different places, interact with them, know their well-being and get sufficient knowledge about their way of living. I feel joyful when my companions are happy and feel otherwise when somebody is unhappy. In day to day life, it is a continuous journey, without no end in sight. This philosophical way of life enriches my life immensely. I believe if I do good or bad it would be returned back to me in the same kind. If I sow thorns I cannot expect to get flowers. Good deeds are rewarded and bad ones are punished. This is also the law of Nature. If we nurture it; it will reward us. Otherwise, if we spoil it; we shall have to put up with its retribution(s). It never forgives our indiscretions. It has been seen many a time.

I request you to kindly appraise the write-ups and critically comment. These comments will surely help me in delving and peeping deep in the inner recesses of my heart and come out with something noble and useful one. I heartily thank you really for everything. You people are my source of inspiration/motivation really. Do pay visit again.

May our Lord be with us ever and ever and leave us never.

I shall also make an honest confession that I have gained immensely from the rich write-ups of different bloggers. May God grant them all the bounties.

One thing which disappoints me immensely when some people just are insistent that their religion is above others. As I’ve mentioned in my writings too religious scriptures are the sacred guides for us to connect with our Lord – the methods may be different by the ultimate result is the same. Bickering for these scriptures takes us nowhere except contradictions of our own creation, in the process, creating confusion rather than connecting with our CREATOR. For this, the scriptural texts like BIBLE, QURAN, SRI GRANTH SAHIB, BHAGWAD GITA and much more are the ENLIGHTENING LIGHTS for us all which remove the darkness in us and show us the path to the SUPER SPIRIT – THE ONE AND THE ONLY ONE.

I am a person who believes in the existence of GOD. He is the embodiment of ETERNAL LOVE and bestows us His succor whenever there is the need. I am the one who does not ask for anything from Him since He knows everything which I or to that matter others want. He is BHAGWAN meaning He is the OMNIPOTENT & OMNISCIENT and LOVES those who love His CREATIONS. Also, first of all, we have to know our own SELF to know HIM because we construe that our SELF is part of BIGGER SELF. We are the spirit and HE IS THE SUPER SPIRIT. One thing that pleases me immensely that the overall know-how which I gleaned over a period of time through interaction with different people have helped me in publishing a book titled INNER THOUGHTS which could be purchased online from HTTP://FLIPKART.COM. I am deeply thankful to all my readers and particularly of the WORDPRESS for their pro-readers-writers approach which makes a huge difference in shaping the relationship with all concerned.

My heartfelt gratitude for bestowing me two coveted awards mentioned below.

  • The VERSATILE BLOGGERS AWARD in the month of April 2018.
  • The MYSTERY BLOGGERS AWARD in the month of July 2018.
  • RE-NOMINATED FOR MYSTERY BLOGGERS AWARD.
  • NOMINATED FOR RECOGNITION BLOGGER AWARD..

I take this opportunity of extending my thanks to the nominator and the creators of the awards for the same.

Finally, I would like to express my gratitude to GOOGLE for providing me the huge platform besides providing me an opportunity to enhance my knowledge in a variety of fields. 

May humanity flourish with our GOD’S grace.

GOD BLESS YOU ALL AND KEEP GUIDING US

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661 thoughts on “About

  1. If you ever have the chance, your critique would be greatly appreciated at Gastradamus. Our latest stories the bald and the brestless and why servers with less makeup are more enjoyable to snuggle with are gaining steam and we would really like your input at Gastradamus.

  2. Thank you for reading and following holdingforthhisword. May Christ Jesus bless you with His mercy, grace and love that you may come to know Him and have eternal life. Amen!

    1. Sure enough, Lord Jesus Christ’s kind graces flow in me and I thank Him every second of my life for His bounties. May He be with us all ever. Regards

    1. Thanks sincerely for you appraisal of my blog and offer your most inspiring comments. It is also a huge encouragement for those who write from their own personal experience. Regards

  3. It’s true. You woke up and found yourself in Uncle Bardie Country. Now that you have followed Uncle Bardie, you may find yourself at that fork in the road that you have to take. With Uncle Bardie for a guide, you can be comforted that you may stub your toe on a pun, find you can’t resist laughing at those things you never thought funny, and wake up to wonder what Uncle Bardie is up to. It’s okay. That itch can be scratched. Simply tune in to the next Post, It could very well be a doozy or not. Either way it will be coming from the whacky mind of Uncle Bardie. So thanks for following Uncle Bardie’s Stories & Such. It beats bananas any day. Unless…but that’s a whole ‘nother thang. And one last thing. Have a great day (or night, depending on your perspective).

    And a very Merry Christmas.

  4. Good evening, my dear spiritual friend across the oceans. Ever since I read your presentation in this article I had wanted to put a polite commentary. But “something”, or even “somebody”, was staying my hand in earnest. Truly. Many times I tried to write something and I couldn’t. Now I know what it was. I wasn’t ready to give you a proper surname to correspond the nice one you chose for me: Dr. Sahib. Finally the “ethereal powers that be” allowed me to discover the right one. Today there was no football in the TV as I usually gorge on matches from Italy, Spain, Argentina and Uruguay; there is a dearth for a month awaiting the world Cup in Russia in a month. So I was casually flipping the remote control when I settled for an unknown magazine in the RAI channel that was showing the Palazzo Corsini in Florence. They were a family of wealthy businessmen that eventually reached the upper echelons of Italian society and the Vatican ( Pope Clement XII, who made the Fontanna di Trevi, was one of them) through the unbeatable combination of coins and genes. One of them was accepted in the Italian Academy of Arts and took a special name befitting his hunger for learning, vast culture and unique intellectual insight. He was known as “Il Chiaro” (the clear one). Aha,,,That’s the name you deserve, my dear friend.
    Behold above the introductory article of the great Indian man of letters HARBANS, IL CHIARO.
    A big hug. Arrivederci!

    1. Dr. Sahib, Good morning

      Your long commentary is a revelation about the jest you have for football, your productive pursuits including the knowledge of the old history. Till that part it is all good but when it reache about myself, I really do not know about that which you have indicated. Really speaking, I am a simple man, with simple habits with no big opinion about myself – just a normal human who was brought up where we had to remain penny-wise for our needs including my schooling etc. Though, with the grace of God, presently, His bounties has made a difference yet my original values remain. I would like to walk where transport facility is available, I would like to have simple diets where all sorts of dietary facilities are available – in other words, I have remained glued to my roots.

      As far as giving a name, I do not know whether I am even 1% of what IL CHIARO actually was. Can a simple man with nothing but sufficing self esteem (but no ego) have a name which you have suggested? Call me anything or anybody, but remain writing. There is warmth in your words and phrases and APANAPAN.

      WARM REGARDS
      A BIG HUG TO YOU AS WELL

  5. Dear Harbans,

    Thank you for sharing your words and thoughts. Indeed, we all can learn from each other, it is give and take. Similarly we find give and take in Karma: good and evil – like a mirror of our deeds, thoughts and words. “As you sow you will reap…” However, there is one important thing: When we do good for people, help them, support needa and poor people, we should leave out our own person as otherwise the fruit goes to our pride – then we are proud of what we have done and this is no longer then a selfless service. A holy person prayed to God: “Oh God, if I do something good for a persons or people, please, do not let me know…” In this prayer he asks not to have the attention himself that he has done something good – as this is a kind of demand for getting a reward… and easily we find us in the position of being proud what we have done…

    Thank you so much dear Harbans and heart-felt greetings to you
    Didi

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