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Why simple diyas made from mud and clay that bring cheer to their buyers?

do not bring the light to the homes of their creators?

Asked By: SHIVA - 4/17/2009
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The two question in one, though posing a paradox and kindling dormant emotion of empathy is in fact a combination of two different planes that have no visible intersecting point... More
Answered By: kcsadvocate - 4/17/2009
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because the creator of the Diyas does not light them..
Answered By: rajendra p - 4/17/2009
 
diyas are made from natural mud and it does not spoil the environment... More
Answered By: ideas unlimited - 4/17/2009
 
When they don't acknowledge the hand that created the light. That is a sad thought. :(
Answered By: Lily of the Valley - 4/17/2009
 
When something made from mud and clay bring good meanings and motivations to buyers' mind, it would bring cheers to buyers.
Answered By: cheongmk - 4/17/2009
 
Actually they do bring light, though indirectly. The person making diya is making it with the purpose of selling it. And by selling it the creator earns money. Using money he earns a livelihood - which is actually bringing light to his life.
Answered By: Max Littewing - 4/17/2009
 
Quite simple. It is gross failure on the part of buyers to properly appreciate the creator of the diyas. Even every one of us is in that way only with regard to Great Creator Almighty!
Answered By: Veers த‌மி‌ழ் - 4/17/2009
 
its not the diyas that give happiness but the light... they do not bring light to their creator cause they don't WANT to light it and see the light in the dark...
Answered By: jc.1124 - 4/17/2009
 
My dear Banjaran... More
Answered By: destiny - 4/17/2009
 
Because these diyas are mostly lighted on the occasion of Dipawali.
Answered By: Aliahmad - 4/17/2009
 
i think this suits to your question but i am answering in hindi... More
Answered By: karan - 4/17/2009
 
God created us from mud and clay, we are indulged in pleasure, yet the creator is not pleased with that I suppose. love Pluto
Answered By: PLUTO - 4/17/2009
 
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