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God, the perfect & all powerful spirit or being that is worshiped by us, the human beings. Majority of us are strong believers of the almighty and have faith in God. There is a vast section of people in the human race who are highly religious and follows all sorts of fasts, religious rituals, etc. Some of them are even highly superstitious when they are about to do something special or are at the course of doing something peculiar. There is another section of human beings who blindly believes in saints and seeks for their help when they are facing even feeble issues in life. All these sections of human beings practice one thing in common- the act of frightening people about them ending up in hell or heaven after their death, if there is someone who is against their deeds.
I sincerely believe that this mentality of human beings is one of the utmost factors for all the terrorism, discrimination and racism going on around each one of our societies. During these kind of brutal activities going on around us, does anyone feel the presence of God? I don’t think so! Each one of us, are the responsible ones for all those inhuman activities going on around us. We are the only ones who could bring in peace to this world and there is nothing which God can do about it. Sincerely, I am not asking anyone to be an Atheist, nor am I one. The only thing which I wish from each one of you, including myself is to believe in the creator of the human race, and to consider him as an indefinable secular force or power. He is present in each one of us and it’s good to believe in him when we are low in confidence or if we are disincentive.
I would also wish each one of us to have utter love and respect towards our parents, teachers and elders and stand for just one religion, i.e. Humanism. Let’s stay united and free our mind from all sorts of superstitious and religious beliefs and stop discriminating people on the basis of caste, creed or religion. Let’s stand for one religion from today, i.e. Humanism.
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when narrating the first episode of the American television series -Curiosity, on the Discovery channel,
Hawking declared: -"We are each free to believe what we want and it is my view that the simplest explanation is- there is no God. No one created the universe and no one directs our fate. This leads me to a profound realization. There is probably no heaven, and no afterlife either. We have this one life to appreciate the grand design of the universe, and for that, I am extremely grateful."
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Will you slap her ?
Alfred Nobel-The Biggest Merchant of death- also one of the biggest donor to mankind
Note: Normally we don't publish fonder romance but this one is worthy of your free time
Like a crazy, I am missing you, my time is draining very slowly... Where are you now, I am wondering... I am looking for lost paradise inside my heart, the place hidden, where u and the memories of us sleep.... Memories of you and me every day like a new year, we would dance at nights Kissing on the street, like we are alone, like nobody's thinking about the end.... Memories of how we could do anything, only God knows Barefoot under the stars, the honey taste on our lips.... I fold my fingers into my palm before a new day dawns my only desire, Which you only know, you should know... I am saving you for myself only, am looking after you, not letting anyone touch you On my palm you are secret carved, my life line, my love.... My vision of you is with smile on your face, that is how i still see you Still i keep my heart whole so that when I meet you again I can give it back to you... I don't mind missing you because I know your tears and laughs For my soul are my gift, have always been my cure.... I am looking after you, wherever I go, I've got you....
Sometimes,we need to be hurt in order to grow.
We need to lose in order to gain.
Sometimes,some lessons are learned best through pain.
Your life will always be the perfect classroom journey for you and every experience that shows up in your journey is here to serve you. There is meaning and purpose behind everything that happens. There are no accidents, which means your suffering through difficulties is never for nothing. Your life matters and everything you experience matters. Your trials are there to help you become a better person and trusting this truth will take some of the sting out of them. Suffering becomes more bearable if it at least counts for something.
Disclaimer: This article is based on fighting for truth irrespective of what the outcome is,based on the biography of Swami Vivekananda
We live in trying times. These days not just India, but much of the world is battling corruption and moral degradation, which have taken firm root across all levels of society. In such times, the following lesson from the life of Swami Vivekananda is especially pertinent, as it brings with it the much needed antidote to the wide-spread poison – namely, standing up for what is right, for what is the truth, even if one has to bear unfavorable consequences as a result. The following incident took place in the late 1800′s, when India was not a free democratic country; being divided into small princely states, which in turn came under the over-arching rule of the British crown. Hundreds of years of rule by profligate Maharajas, followed by ruthless colonial exploitation by the British, had pushed the Indian masses into the arms of mind-numbing poverty and frequent famines. With their spirits crushed, the common man’s mentality had become one of extreme fear and deference towards their Indian and British rulers. In those trying circumstances Vivekananda dared to boldly speak the truth, as recounted in this story by Swami Nikhilananda, in his must read book “Vivekananda a Biography” (page 107) (World, India). Once Swami Vivekananda was visiting the city of Bangalore, in the then princely State of Mysore. Greatly impressed by Vivekananda’s brilliance, charm and wide learning, the Maharaja invited him to be a guest at his palace.One day, in front of his high officials, the Maharaja asked the Swami, “What do you think of my courtiers?” “Well,” came the bold reply, “I think Your Highness has a very good heart, but you are unfortunately surrounded by courtiers who are generally flatterers. Courtiers are the same everywhere.” “But,” the Maharaja protested, “my prime minster is not such. He is intelligent and trustworthy.” “But, Your Highness, the prime minister is the one who robs the Maharaja and pays the political agent.” The Maharaja changed the subject, and afterwards warned the Swami to be more discreet in expressing his opinion of the officials; otherwise those unscrupulous people might even poison him. But the Swami burst out: “What! Do you think an honest sannyasin (sage) is afraid of speaking the truth, even though it may cost him his very life?” “I can never tell a lie.” “It was the great King Bhartrihari¹ who said – “Let the sages blame or let them praise; let the goddess of fortune come or let her go wherever she likes; let death come to-day, or let it come in hundreds of years; he indeed is the steady man who does not move one inch from the way of truth.” “So stand up men and women, dare to believe in the truth, dare to practice the truth!” Swami Vivekananda.
Disclaimer: read a very nice story how to not judge people by its look but by ones heart
In the days when an ice cream sundae cost much less, a 10 year old boy entered a hotel coffee shop and sat at a table.
A waitress put a glass of water in front of him. “How much is an ice cream sundae?”
“50 rupees,” replied the waitress.
The little boy pulled his hand out of his pocket and studied a number of coins in it.
“How much is a dish of plain ice cream?” he inquired.
Some people were now waiting for a table and the waitress was a bit impatient. “35 Rupees ,” she said brusquely.
The little boy again counted the coins. “I’ll have the plain ice cream,” he said.
The waitress brought the ice cream, put the bill on the table and walked away. The boy finished the ice cream, paid the cashier and departed.
When the waitress came back, she began wiping down the table and then swallowed hard at what she saw. There, placed neatly beside the empty dish, were 15 Rupees – her tip.
Moral: don’t judge the book by its cover!
By ~ Sumana
12 giant leaps of mankind!
1.meat sets us apart *carnivorism *probably africa 2.5 million years ago.
2.the people take control. *the advent of politics *greece,seventh century BC
3.every man has a voice. *democracy *greece,507 BC
4.seeing the world as it is. *ptolemy's the geography *roman empire, 150 AD
5.teaching the masses to read. *alexander of villediev's doctrinale *france,1199
6.the triumph of the law *magna carta *england,1209
7.overturning the old astronomers *galileo explores the heavens with the telescope *itlay,1609
8.explaining how the body works *william harvey reaveals the circulation of blood *england,1628
9.launching the scientific age *the founding of the royal society *england,1660
10.a micro-revolution in our understanding. *the discovery of the very small *europe,17'th century 11.powering the modern world *the development of the steamengine *britan,18'th century
12.ending the empire *the montague-chelsford report *british empire,1918
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