I know the last couple of posts have become dedicated either to quotes or couplets, but trust me, it is not so by design.
Take for example this post. All I want to do is to share what happened yesterday.
I was walking back home yesterday evening when, from absolutely nowhere, a doha (couplet) of Sant Kabir (Saint Kabir) came back to me from my school-going days and just repeated itself over and over in my mind. The doha goes:
Kabira khada bazaar mein, maange sabki khair
Na kahu se dosti, na kahu se bair
Sayesha translates it well on her blog in this post:
Kabir stands in the marketplace, and wishes for everyone's well-being. He doesn't seek anyone's friendship, nor anyone's enmity.
[P.S. Ok, so I did make a mistake and message the doha to a couple of close friends saying that it was a doha by Rahim instead of Kabir. But so what, cool doha nonetheless.]