Idiom of the Day
leave a bad taste in (someone`s) mouth
to leave a bad impression with someone, to make someone feel disgusted
The way that the company fired the workers left a bad taste in everyone`s mouth.
Journey to Brindavan
Finally, Mira wrote a letter to the renowned saint and poet Tulsidas and asked his advice. Tulsidas replied: Abandon them even though they are your dearest relatives. Relation with God and love of God alone is true and eternal; all other relationships are unreal and temporary. Mira walked barefoot through the hot deserts of Rajasthan, and reached Brindavan. Miras fame spread far and wide.A Life of Love amidst Trouble: Miras earthly life was full of troubles, yet she kept up an undaunted spirit by the strength of her devotion and the grace of her beloved Krishna. In her divine intoxication, Mira danced in public unaware of her surroundings. An embodiment of love and innocence, her heart was the temple of devotion for Krishna. There was kindness in her look, love in her speech, joy in her discourses, and fervor in her songs.