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    Quote Originally Posted by S Narayanaswamy Iyer View Post

    Our ever-understanding Tamil-Brahmin community does not shun paraplegics (or ex-asylum internees).

    Warmest regards.

    S Naraayanaswamy Iyer
    I can see that...everyone welcomed you into forum without any problems.
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    My dear, dear Renuka

    Thanks for your kind and perceptive e-mail.

    Much appreciated, coming from an ever-understanding and all-inclusive Veteran of this forum, whom I have long admired for wit and wisdom (and wisecracking).

    To earn the alluded welcome, I had collected and offered neiveidhyam of a heaped plate of mature crawling-creepy crunchy live cockroaches (पुरुष कृमि?) to Mandukeshvari, who accepted with glee and downed the lot in a moment with her vishaala vakthram.

    Jai Mandukeshvari! Jai! Jai! Deerghaayushmath bhava!

    S Narayanaswamy Iyer
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    Quote Originally Posted by S Narayanaswamy Iyer View Post
    My dear, dear Renuka

    Thanks for your kind and perceptive e-mail.

    Much appreciated, coming from an ever-understanding and all-inclusive Veteran of this forum, whom I have long admired for wit and wisdom (and wisecracking).

    To earn the alluded welcome, I had collected and offered neiveidhyam of a heaped plate of mature crawling-creepy crunchy live cockroaches (पुरुष कृमि?) to Mandukeshvari, who accepted with glee and downed the lot in a moment with her vishaala vakthram.

    Jai Mandukeshvari! Jai! Jai! Deerghaayushmath bhava!

    S Narayanaswamy Iyer
    Finally they all surrender!!LOL.

    Its fun interacting with you in Forum..you have strong opinions that might totally differ from me but nevertheless you are interesting.



    Adi Shankara consumed molten nails..so what is a plate of roaches given with some much devotion?


    I fully accept your Naivedhyam dear Bhakta.
    I never dissapoint anyone.

    May the Force be with you my dear Advocate.
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    My dear, dear Renuka

    Some women you placate with flowers and chocolates. Some with plates of cockroaches. Others with diamonds, expensive gowns, and fine dining.

    No surrender at all, not even a standing "namaste", or a Japanese "banzai" bow. Just bribing my way to achieve results.

    (Truly surprised and absolutely delighted to realise that you do personally consume karappaan poochi, and with relish. Thought only your ishta-devatha did. But then, which priestess does not partake of the uchchishttam offered to her chosen idol?)

    Warmest regards.

    S Narayanaswamy Iyer
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    Quote Originally Posted by S Narayanaswamy Iyer View Post
    My dear, dear Renuka

    Some women you placate with flowers and chocolates. Some with plates of cockroaches. Others with diamonds, expensive gowns, and fine dining.

    No surrender at all, not even a standing "namaste", or a Japanese "banzai" bow. Just bribing my way to achieve results.

    (Truly surprised and absolutely delighted to realise that you do personally consume karappaan poochi, and with relish. Thought only your ishta-devatha did. But then, which priestess does not partake of the uchchishttam offered to her chosen idol?)

    Warmest regards.

    S Narayanaswamy Iyer
    Dear Sir..Bribe not..Corruption is Haram...IPC 1860.

    Chocolates has caffeine..Flowers fade..expensive Dining makes one obese..Diamonds are just Carbon.

    How would these make anyone happy?

    Women of deluded minds seek material to feel appreciated and they drown with desires.

    Bribing is a form of Surrender that comes with a Ransom.
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    Narayana! Narayana!!

    When will this verbose and hide-and-seek dalliance stop??

    vayasaanavangalukku nalla budhdhiya kuduppa Narayana!!!
    LOL.
    Giving someone a piece of your soul is better than giving a piece of your heart. Because souls are eternal. --Helen Boswell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaagmi View Post
    Narayana! Narayana!!

    When will this verbose and hide-and-seek dalliance stop??

    vayasaanavangalukku nalla budhdhiya kuduppa Narayana!!!
    LOL.
    Dear Vaagmi ji...its only the body that ages.
    The mind is ageless.

    If you ask Sravna..he would even say the mind is beyond time and space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by renuka View Post
    Dear Vaagmi ji...its only the body that ages.
    The mind is ageless.

    If you ask Sravna..he would even say the mind is beyond time and space.
    Renukaji,

    Mind is ageless - alright.

    But here it is about minds' dalliance with the language of body. That makes it a kuththaattam to a "maanasa sancharare...." tune. And so makes the intentions suspect even in the virtual space. LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaagmi View Post
    Renukaji,

    Mind is ageless - alright.

    But here it is about minds' dalliance with the language of body. That makes it a kuththaattam to a "maanasa sancharare...." tune. And so makes the intentions suspect even in the virtual space. LOL.
    Divinity and Surrender usually goes tru various stages of expressions.

    The mind though ageless is housed in a body that ages..so sometimes it fears its aging therefore it retrieves stored data of youth.

    This is Bhakti..where one feels young again and finally reaches Sayujyam.

    Narayana! Narayana!
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    Quote Originally Posted by renuka View Post
    Divinity and Surrender usually goes tru various stages of expressions.

    The mind though ageless is housed in a body that ages..so sometimes it fears its aging therefore it retrieves stored data of youth.

    This is Bhakti..where one feels young again and finally reaches Sayujyam.

    Narayana! Narayana!
    LOL. I give up.
    Giving someone a piece of your soul is better than giving a piece of your heart. Because souls are eternal. --Helen Boswell
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