Dear All, and all interested, I am sharing the article that I posted in Kalaage, followed by a brief author bio. The web link of the article: https://www.kalaage.net/work/rapture-that-words-lead-to
Rapture that words lead to!
The aura exuded by words—their hidden potential revealed and realized, the treasure without measure exposed—leads to a rapture that rupture forever the false notion that words are limited in reach and richness. It captures the imagination with their truth, and keeps unveiling incessantly the “invisible” in the words. The rapture, permanent once led to, keeps invoking tribute to words—that too worded by words, expressed in and through words. After all, all processes, in and of life, are cyclic, as life, in its entirety, is a cyclic process—a cycle, eternally recycled!
Thus, the process continues…and yet another word opens itself up, magnanimously, revealing its grandeur…leading to “sight,” and thus to cite, as led I am to the insight which are hence incited!
Two words, adjacent to one another in a blog, posted a couple of years ago, come together and open up a word! “Specific and “action,” appearing in a sentence as “specific action,” present the word, “specification,” specification opening up as: Specific action.
It is a “vision,” a flash of insight sighted, a flash of inspiration joining the two words, specific and action, to open up the word specification as the two joined words: specific and action! So is invoked this specific action: This presentation, a tribute to words, in and through words!
Definitely, a specification ensures a specific action, when the specifications for the action are received and followed well.
Words continue to inspire the awe and thaw the rigid notion, melting forever the illusory belief that limited in richness and reach they are. They are rich beyond measure, and their reach is beyond measure as well! But, their richness and reach, to us and for us, depends solely on how we receive them, how we get to “see” them—as thus only we conceive and receive them.
How, otherwise, two words come together to form and open up another word? They come together, and then move apart, showing how grandeur is ever a part of them, their truth transcending the apparent contrasts of “coming together” and “moving apart by opening up”! Words are rich without any specification! Thus, specification no more means what it meant to me, it means much more, the more endless! The more is entered the chest of treasures that words are and have, the more it opens up its chest, revealing more and more, with the intrinsic Word that it would ever have much more to offer, as what it is, is a dimensionless chest of treasure…ever open, yet, visible only when the invisible is spotted in the apparent, seen only when we are receptive to the scene it nurtures! Thus, led I am to see these words, differently—seeing their grand union—after two years of the scripting of the piece that holds these words, though, they have been ever unified, specification intrinsically enfolding specific action.
Every word holds an opening, beholding which, led we are to endless rapture!
I am a writer—an author and a freelance editor. Her first book—Why Happens, What Happens… It is Chemistry, in Life’s Laboratory!—was published in August 2017.
Recently, an article, “Dictation by Suggestion, Request, Persuasion,” has been published (April 2018 issue) in the peer-reviewed journal, The Criterion: An International Journal in English, in the category “Language & Linguistics,” and a poem, “Awakening…reckoning, beckoning!” too has been published in the same issue of the journal. The web links for the article and poem are http://www.the-criterion.com/V9/n2/LL01.pdf and http://www.the-criterion.com/V9/n2/Sushmita.pdf respectively.
My writings are shared and musings aired, humbly, on http://fruitsofintrospection.blogspot.in/ and https://sphilosopher.wordpress.com/ along with other public domains. Grateful I am to the e-magazines Spiritual Lounge and Imantra, UGC-approved journal, Muse India, and peer-reviewed journal, The Criterion: An International Journal in English, for publishing the articles and poem.