“If you wish to believe, Wish it First!”
Myths always adventure me. They feel so real, yet the effect of magic makes them more adventurous.
Sometimes we question, about the effect of magic in them, mistrust(sometimes) because we have been taught to not to trust in magic.
But what if there was no magic in the tales, had we carried them ahead. Had the Grandmothers “told them” to a dreaming child. The Little angels, the children had they been interested in a book filled with blood and war.
It is hard, hard to pass the message hidden in the Great Books. What Krishna wanted us to know-
Had we heard it?
Had we passed it ahead?
Had we watched it?
It is the magic in them that attracts our interest in them. The magic is the key to human mind. It arouses our minds to think. The magic is what makes them acceptable.
Isn’t it magic, that lifes so Great, so Divine live even after Two and half thousand years. I love this magic!
Loved it so much that like others wished to break the magic, learn the realities behind the acts, learn the human side of words, trying to find out- what actually must have happened.
The Game of dice.
What is it that happened. The great act that author tried to create using Magic.
Once even i wished to do so too, wished to learn. Explain to myself- Why to be more human. How to do it.
But tell you what, today I wish a lot lesser. “This Magic”- I wish it keeps on being so for lifetimes, all lifetimes beyond me. Magic- once broken may sound too harsh for a person like me to digest, and he may not accept it possible, may not accept it true.
Today, I wish- the magic hidden in these manuscripts remains a hidden magic. I wish that it truely is magic that I read in them. Because that makes me ask for being more then a human, it makes me try to be more then the man that I am.
I wish that this magic continues the same, To tell my kids- So it was written. I am going to tell them, Yes! it was magic alright, and you know what..that is the way the story went.. a magical Krishna played on the lands.
Once upon a time, there was a tale full of magic, a magic that was lived, and there is Krishna in it…and wish them to look at me with magical thoughts, with their imagination rolling. I wish them to try to roll their arms in alone to try the magic.
Life it is magical, I wish it stays Magic.