The path to enlightenment takes passion, honesty, faith, hope, and, most importantly, love.
In Enlightenment, his second collection of poetry, poet Raminder Bajwa explores the deepest depths of the human soul and the universal longing for meaning. Divided into five sections titled "Love", "Truth", "Secrets", "Prayers", and "Enlightenment", these captivating poems take a raw and candid look at our humanness and what it means to be alive. Like a jolt of emotional current, Bajwa gives voice to what the soul only feels - propelling us to keep searching, reaching, and loving.
Poems such as "Gorgeous Chaos"; "The Man Without a Face"; "Dreams, Wishes, and the Universe"; and "That Last Drop of Tears" use striking imagery and metaphor to convey shared human experience.
With threads of wisdom woven through every minute, this collection will challenge and inspire both scholar and layperson alike with purpose, wisdom, and imagination.