Talk:Dur akasher tara ogo

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An interesting progression

In Song 20 of Prabhat Samgiita, I find an interesting progression. As the song begins, the spiritual aspirant regards Parama Purusa from a distance and admits to ignorance. But then s/he begins to implore Parama Purusa to gradually come closer. However, even in the third verse like that (the fourth verse of the song), the aspirant still conceives of a relationship that is common – still views Parama Purusa as a shared commodity. Only in the fifth and final verse does the aspirant declare an independent and fully personal relationship. At that point, the song attains its devotional climax. On returning to the first verse to conclude the song, that first verse – formerly just descriptive and somewhat pessimistic – changes form and becomes a heartfelt, plaintive cry. All of the negatives in the song – all of the don'ts – now clamor against any prolonged separation. --Abhidevananda (talk) 01:13, 9 August 2016 (UTC)

Only one thing

Our love is all that matters to me. --Abhidevananda (talk) 04:47, 5 October 2017 (BST)