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“Presumptive Ideals & Idols”

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English Poetry

“Presumptive Ideals & Idols”


The following fourteen names denote/mean no anything

or nothing:

Blank, cipher, empty, hollow, nil, no, none, not, nought,

vacant, vacuum, void, zero and/or zilth.

The biggest examples of them being the sky everhigh and

the Nature evergreat, both being the grandest Parents of

the Universe, which is existent quite within their girth.

Hence, none else is greater than them.

Swami Vivekanand also sopke about zero at length while

addressing the people of the United State.

The sky and the nature, in other words, we may call them

God and Goddess, who are those non-existently existent

or vice versa at any place or space.

That’s why ascetic people amongst us have ever been

devoting and worshipping invisible Gods and Goddesses !



  1. s.n singh says:

    very true, it is amaging how palcement of zero on dakshin disha of a number enhances the value while putting it on vaam reduces the same to negligible i.e. if vidhata is vaam,you are doomed to oblivion.

  2. ashwini kumar goswami says:

    Thanks a lot for your meticulously deciphering the directions for placement of cipher’

  3. Vishvnand says:

    Liked the poem though felt intriguing while pondering about its motivation.
    It starts with defining/describing what is “no anything” or nothing and ends up with what most of us assume as “Everything” “The Creator”

    So in effect there really is no thing as nothing & if we assume that “Nothing” does exist then ” Nothing” is a thing that engulfs & has in it “everything” ….. 🙂

  4. ashwini kumar goswami says:

    As V see the invisible Creator (existently non-existent) i.e. the sky, which we call
    “shoonya” in Hindi, we may call it nothing, which is but the product of everything !

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