March 15, 2012
May 10, 2009
“You have no right to give death penalty to these beautiful flowers”, says Gurushree Sudhir Bhai
“Flowers, in a natural way give fragrance; you cannot give untimely death to them”.
“I do not accept flowers from last nearly 8-10 years as my understanding says we should not pluck flowers for our pleasure. Living flowers are the fragrance of God, Presence of God”. “Giving a bouquet of flowers as wishes to someone is not right, as you had no right to pluck the flowers in the first place for your senses; they can be plucked when there is some correct purpose to it only”.
“But even after all the understanding that I try to give people around me, if some flowers come to me as a gift I look after them tenderly; and when all their fragrance and beauty is over I give them a proper funeral by putting them in water. I do not just throw them in the dustbin”.
“Flowers, nature, must be respected, their beauty and fragrance is to be enjoyed when they are alive in their natural surroundings. If you yet wish to gift flowers, then gift them live in a pot, or gift a garden to me, I will take full care and look after them. In this way I receive your wishes also and can enjoy the living beauty and fragrance of the plants and flowers” says Gurushree.
These are the sentiments of Gurushree and if one thinks deeply show us how we could learn enjoyment without being selfish.
I would also accept Nature as a gift from God which is complete with all colours and fragrances. It could also be called the canvas of God where He delights our senses with His creations. All this He provides to us free and there is no restriction placed on who can enjoy the beauty.
His painting is visible in the uncountable varieties of colour and designs and fragrance in nature.
Respect for all life in nature is very deeply connected with spirituality.