Want to enjoy life still reach God ?

சுந்தரர் திருப்பாட்டு தலம் திருவாமாத்தூர் பண் கொல்லிக் கௌவாணம் ஏழாம் திருமுறை திருச்சிற்றம்பலம் ஓர்ந்தனன் ஓர்ந்தனன் உள்ளத்துள்ளே நின்ற ஒண்பொருள் சேர்ந்தனன் சேர்ந்தனன் சென்று திருவொற்றியூர் புக்குச் சார்ந்தனன் சார்ந்தனன் சங்கிலி மென்றோள் தடமுலை ஆர்ந்தனன் ஆர்ந்தனன் ஆமாத்தூர் ஐயன் அருளதே. திருச்சிற்றம்பலம் cundharar thiruppATTu thalam thiruvAmAththUr paN kollik kauvANam EzAm thirumuRai thirucciRRambalam Orn^thanan Orn^thanan uLLaththuLLE n^inRa oNporuL cErn^thanan cErn^thanan cenRu thiruvoRRiyUr pukkuc cArn^thanan cArn^thanan caN^kili menROL thaDamulai Arn^thanan Arn^thanan AmAththUr aiyan aruLathE. thirucciRRambalam

Explanation of sundarar thevaram:

Realized, realized the Splendid Thing That stood in my mind. Arrived, arrived at thiruvoRRiyUr and there, Rested on, rested on the soft shoulders and big breasts of caNgili. Rejoiced, rejoiced. It is the Grace of the Lord of thiruvAmAththUr. Notes: 1. The glory of the devotion of saint sundharar is reflecting in this song. In the day to day affairs he lived with the Lord as the only hold. He realized the Supreme Lord in his heart and he also lived a happy life - getting the joy of both ikam and param (this world and the other). If one can live like sundharar why torture the self in the name of attaining the highest thing ?! (The ardous effort of the seeker is not undermined here. But just putting oneself to pain may not lead one to anywhere and for the one who realizes God, living in whatever walk of life is not that important.) c.f. 1. bAkkiyaminRi iruthalaip pOgamum paRRum vittAr. 2. thavam aDaN^gum iDam karudhi ninRIr ellAm .. thUN^gAnai mADam thozuminkalE. - cambandhar 3. namaccivAya enbar uLarEl avar thamacca nIN^gith thavaneRi cArthalAl amaiththuk koNDathOr vAzkkaiyarAyinum imaiththu niRRal cAla arithE. - appar 4. ennilaiyil ninRAlum ekkOlam pUNDAlum manniya cIr caN^karan thAL maRavAmai poruL - periya purANam
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