Thursday, June 15, 2006

framed



On the same evening i could capture this young couple.

Old sun, new love...

14 Comments:

Blogger Sikhi Seeker said...

it should be titled: "old sun, new love"...lol
love the shot, frame, mood and the idea :D

Friday, June 16, 2006 2:25:00 AM  
Anonymous Anoop said...

nice shot MK Ji
Love is always eternal( neither old nor new)

Friday, June 16, 2006 6:25:00 AM  
Blogger ss said...

"Love is always eternal( neither old nor new)"

Oh discuss :-)

Saturday, June 17, 2006 11:22:00 PM  
Anonymous Anoop said...

Memories - makes it eternal.
and Waheguru is in all of us and love exists because of our existence. So, in that sense it is there before we come to this world and it is there after we leave this world ( through our loved ones). I am sure can elaborate more on this.

Does this make any sense?
may be not

Sunday, June 18, 2006 6:10:00 AM  
Blogger ss said...

Does this make any sense?

Possibly.

But I would like to explore a bit more.

Say (hypothetically speaking) someone says they love you and to all intents and purposes it appears to be the case; then some years down the line; they say they no longer love you; how does fit into what you described?

Has the person's memory been "destroyed"?

Sunday, June 18, 2006 11:09:00 PM  
Blogger manpreet kaur said...

But it was love at that time, wasn't it?
Maybe it is just a human's dream that love is eternal?
Every one dreams of an eternal love, but if you see divorce rates..
So not so hypothetically...

Waheguru's love is eternal, no doubt.
And we are just copiers( not even so good ones...)

Sunday, June 18, 2006 11:20:00 PM  
Anonymous Anoop said...

Say (hypothetically speaking) someone says they love you and to all intents and purposes it appears to be the case; then some years down the line; they say they no longer love you; how does fit into what you described?

Has the person's memory been "destroyed"?

In this case, "Someone" acted like their memory been "destroyed" ) In reality memory still exists). For example, there are many memories that I think about lot these days. In that moment ( when I acted like I have forgotton everything) I am simply trying to escape reality of that particular moment.

For "you" love is eternal because you still hold on to memories.
"They" can never take their memories from you.

Manpreet Ji:
I was talking about Waheguru's love. He is all around us and so when we love another human being - love becomes eternal.
It existed before I took my first breath and I will always exist after I take my last breath. The tragedy is that I fail to realize its existence in between.

Monday, June 19, 2006 3:12:00 AM  
Blogger ss said...

"They" can never take their memories from you.

You're right there - they can't do that unless they drill a hole into my head and suck it out and even then I aint going to submit with a serious struggle.

Oh and sorry I had assumed that Waheguru Ji's love was a given in this; I was just exploring the "love" between individuals.

Monday, June 19, 2006 2:48:00 PM  
Anonymous Anoop said...

Oh and sorry I had assumed that Waheguru Ji's love was a given in this; I was just exploring the "love" between individuals.


Is there any difference between Waheguru Ji's love and the "love" between individuals?
I doubt it.

Monday, June 19, 2006 9:10:00 PM  
Blogger ss said...

"Is there any difference between Waheguru Ji's love and the "love" between individuals?
I doubt it."

I'd hope not - but experience tells me otherwise.

Monday, June 19, 2006 9:23:00 PM  
Blogger manpreet kaur said...

we hope that love between humans is a reflection of Waheguru's love, so eternal and pure.
But very often human love contains a lot of maya. it is selfish and limited.
We are hurt by that, because we want this love to be as radiant as the real Love.
At the other hand when someone has fallen "out of love", is it up to us to force him/her to stay and make both partners miserable?
If we really love them we have to let go...

Monday, June 19, 2006 9:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anoop said...

"Is there any difference between Waheguru Ji's love and the "love" between individuals?
I doubt it."

I'd hope not - but experience tells me otherwise. "

Hopefully, one day some other experience will tell you it is same.


"If we really love them we have to let go... "
Totally agree wity you.
"But very often human love contains a lot of maya. it is selfish and limited."
We ( who want to love between humans a reflection of Waheguru's love, so eternal and pure) are also full of maya, selfish and limited. So, in that sense how can we ask sombody to be reflection of waheguru's love.
First I have to reflect waheguru's love and after that it does not matter if someone else reflect it or not. I will see it no matter what.

Monday, June 19, 2006 11:11:00 PM  
Blogger manpreet kaur said...

Anoop, i am thinking about your post.
It is so right!
But so difficult...
when i said before:" but it was love at that time" i wanted to point out that we have to remember that good time.
Problem is that the parting often destroys that idea.

It is a matter of attachment...
i love you, you don't love me anymore, but still i love you...
and i remember that.
Yes, that is the perfect scenario.
And again i say but...
wishing all people to have that strength...

Monday, June 19, 2006 11:28:00 PM  
Anonymous Anoop said...

"It is so right!
But so difficult..."

Right is always a difficult path to walk on...
The fruit of this labor is very sweet ( walking on right path)
More often the difficult question is figuring out what is right?

We mortals are so bound to fast and easy solutions. These have no place in Love for sure.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006 7:02:00 PM  

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