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    Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add colour to my sunset sky. – Rabindranath Tagore

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    • @natalie-geroux that’s an adorable quote aww

    • Keep using wise quotes to inspire others @natalie-geroux, hope you are doing great Natalie, I’m always here for you, feel free to inbox me anytime if you want to chat or vent, stay strong, you are never alone :) (hugs)

    • I really love that quote honestly (:

    • Tulsidas, the poet, was wandering, deep in thought, by the Ganges, in that lonely spot where they burn their dead.
      He found a woman sitting at the feet of the corpse of her dead husband, gaily dressed as for a wedding.
      She rose as she saw him, bowed to him, and said, ”Permit me, Master, with your blessing, to follow my husband to heaven.”
      ”Why such hurry, my daughter?” asked Tulsidas. ”Is not this earth also His who made heaven?”
      ”For heaven I do not long,” said the woman. ”I want my husband.”
      Tulsidas smiled and said to her, ”Go back to your home, my child. Before the month is over you will find your husband.”
      The woman went back with glad hope. Tulsidas came to her every day and gave her high thoughts to think, till her heart was filled to the brim with divine love.
      When the month was scarcely over, her neighbours came to her, asking, ”Woman, have you found your husband?”
      The widow smiled and said, ”I have.”
      Eagerly they asked, ”Where is he?”
      ”In my heart is my lord, one with me,” said the woman.

    • You read Tulsidas? He stopped the woman from burning herself alive.

    • He was quite the writer and activist. I will be reading more of him. I don’t know much about the British rule in India – I may have to do some reading on that.

    • Well, this reminded me of another great words by Rabindranath Tagore, “Reach high, for stars lie hidden in you. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.”