I wanted to be so much.
I wanted to be fame,
I wanted to be growth,
I wanted to be honour,
I wanted to be pride,
I wanted to be power,
I still wanna be so much.
I wanna earn all the so much I wanna be.
The fourth day attributes to the creator manifestation of Durga. Known to be the creator, the illustrator of life - KushManda.
The word meaning ‘the Cosmic Egg’. Speaking of which the cosmic egg theoretically speaks of the creation of the universe from eternal dark dust. The legend says, Lord Vishnu saw life in the smile of KushManda which bloomed like a flower with a bud and thus, the creation of life took place. It’s said that she resides in the abode of the sun god, hence takes power over the SuryaLok. The rays hence considered being vibrant and positive.
I believe it’s important to perceive the inner meaning of our books, our theories, the legends and our mythology. Instead of being stuck to debating over what’s real and what isn’t, if one tries to figure out the inner meaning each story has to give, implement the same when necessary in one’s life, the quality of living and thinking will boost up to an extent where our minds revolve around life and a little more instead of figuring out the unwanted and unimportant facts.
You don’t have to believe in something, to take the good from it.
She appears in a fierce form holding 10 weapons, riding a tiger, the only three eyed woman, yet known for peace, poise, prosperity- ChandraGhanta, the 3rd auspicious manifestation.
Ghanta meaning a bell, known for slaying all the demons. Her weapon among the other 10 she possesses.
It’s what we do that defines us, not the beauty, not the flawless face. Our actions, our perceptions. Our moves and moments we spend and give.
The apostle of bravery and tranquility, calm yet powerful, the slayer yet the mother, of the race and the Universe. 🔱