Humans have different origins,
different colors
and males and females too, 
there are also different types
of other living beings,
both small and large…

There are also many types
of plants, trees, flowers and fruits,
and so many colors and varieties
in the same kind,
different from each other,
none is similar to the other…

Why did God create so many
varieties within each variety?
Variety is the spice of life,
He must have thought of
creating a universe,
which would not be monotonous,
but would be mutually beneficial
for the people
and other living beings to live in…

A lock without a key is useless,
and so is a human being
without other human beings,
interdependence is at the core
of the creation of this universe…

He thought not of equality
but of equal treatment for all
to create an ideal world…

courtesy: mapofindia

–Kaushal Kishore



    1. You’re absolutely right, we are like drops in an ocean doing our own assigned duties. Thanks a lot. Have a happy week ahead !


  1. Thank you, Kaushal, for another interesting thought to debate, although guessing God’s ideas is an ambitious task. There is no ideal place on earth, no matter how much we desire it or strive for it, and that is why humans created
    a place far away, not on this planet, and called “Heaven.”
    Thank you for your beautiful presentation, Kaushal, especially, the roses.


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    1. Thank you, Joanna for your kind comment! I’m glad you liked roses and presentation. Humans created a place far away….so lovely! This gives me an idea for another post. Much appreciated!


  2. This is beautiful, KK. Why did God create things just so, indeed! It all is a miracle in its own rite, every thing. I think posts as this help to bring people back to earth and out of their heads, thinking of work or problems. The way you put this reminds me of conversations my dad and I had. Thank you, I miss them. We would share new things we had recently learned of nature. He often had a comical twist on things, such as when we saw the “Peacock spider.” This little cutie raises the top of its colorful abdomen (the round bottom end of the spider) to attract a mate. To which my dad said, “How does it know it has such a pretty butt?” A logical question, I suppose : )
    One of my favorite quotes regarding nature is:
    “If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man. All things are connected. Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth.”
    – Chief Seattle
    more about this here, just if you’re interested, and time allotting: https://lizardplanet.com/2021/02/15/6870/

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    1. Thank you, Dawn, for such a beautiful comment. I often think how and why God has created this universe. This is a very lovely topic for me. Great to know about your dad and his thoughts. Peacock spider is a small beautiful creature that I like to observe. I follow your site and have read most of your posts. Thanks again for your time to read and reflect.


      1. And thank you for your kindness. I am not surprised to learn you know of the Peacock spider, considering your appreciation for the little ones of the world. Thank you also for the ongoing support of our site. Pleasure to read yours with the bonus of memories surfacing because of some of them.

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  3. Ah KK, I absolutely love this perspective on equality! So spot on in every way, and that ending is just glorious. Brilliant thought executed to perfection, my friend 🤍🤗

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  4. Yes, we each contribute what we can. Einstein’s tree climbing goldfish symbolizes what happens when we fail to appreciate someone else’s unique contribution because it doesn’t exactly match our own.

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    1. Absolutely right, Ana! Everybody has been assigned duties to perform. John Milton had also said, those who only stand and wait also serve the God. Thank you for sharing this beautiful thought.


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