The Aim Of Life Is Life

Poem By Aniruddha Pathak

Money, name nor fame,
Joy nor yet dharma,
Nor this-that karma,

What then is life's aim?
Of myriads things rife,
Aim of life is life.
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Comments about The Aim Of Life Is Life

Some persons mean life is life without dharma, karma but life should be honest with dharma and good karma. A nice haiku is presented here.TFS.

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