NO ONE HEARS THE SOUND YOU MAKE?

How does it feel when you try to make a sound but no one hears you?

Asked By: Angirsonl 22-25, M  16 minutes ago

Posted by Me Aug 26th, 2013 at 6:13PM

People are too busy with myriads of confusing sounds.
We need to rethink about the sound we want to make: it must be really good, really useful, really pleasant to the ears of our selected audience. Not all ears will love and understand all sorts of sounds.
What is the use of listeners who interest in the sounds of guns, the sounds of riots, the sounds of massive congregations. And what are the benefits for people who listen to the melodies of great musicians, great philosophers, great prophets?! It seems that each individual will get the greatest benefit from the sound of his own conscience.
I am praying that each individual’s conscience will cause him to listen to the Trumpet Sound of God.
I am silently praying instead of making a sound.

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New Addition For This Post

 Baha’u’llah says:

 “For he would, at one time, discover that from this Pen there floweth out unto all created things the water that is life indeed, and that the Pen itself hath been named by Thee the trumpet whereby the dead speed out of their sepulchers. At another time he would find that there proceedeth from this Pen such fire as Thine own Revelation can kindle, and as He Who conversed with Thee (Moses) on Sinai hath perceived.”

(Baha’u’llah, Prayers and Meditations by Baha’u’llah, p. 280)

 HAIKU

 Divine Pen Trumpet

For the dead get back to life

God’s lovers would know

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