I believe my brain is a double fried egg. On one side is the past and one side the present. For me, the past is about stories, legends, myths. These myths make our faith and practice our religion.
What confuses me is – How accurate are these myths or so-called legends?
Humans have always tried to find answers to inexplainable and perplexing questions in divine beings across the earth’s length and breadth. The Mayans, the Indus valley to the Egyptian civilization, are examples of these. These beings live in an astral world and are named God. What inspired me to start this blog is an attempt to find explanations for these mysteries.
As Neil Armstrong said, “Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man’s desire to understand.”
These riddles of the past have baffled me. How can an ancient Hindu temple be in the remotest part of Latin America? Or How can Ganesha worship be a secret in Japan? Or Is the Ram of Valmiki the same as the Abraham of the Bible?
The questions are unending. The labyrinthian path is tighter than the Gordian Knot. But what I would never underestimate is the power that is with me, as Jesus said, “The kingdom of heaven is within you.” And as Shiva says, “Om Namah Shivay.” It means I bow down to the Shiva within me. The God inside me wants answers to these mysteries from the God outside in the real world.