Wishing everyone from India a hearty National Martyrdom Day

 

On 23rd March 1934, 

 

 

 

As he(Bhagat Singh) said, “My life has been dedicated to the noblest cause, that of the freedom of the country. Therefore, there is no rest or worldly desire that can lure me now”. He remained committed to his mission and chose martyrdom rather than clemency that was offered just 4 days before Hanging. Fearing public protests British hanged(or shot) him a day before actual date and tried to burn the bodies near Ravi.

 

 

 

Many Indians still don’t know that Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were unlawfully killed 1 day before their hanging was scheduled due to fear of panic in public(as British explained it). His support rivalled that of Gandhi in 1930s. Its still not clear if they were shot or hanged. Their bodies were cut into pieces and the bags were being thrown in Ravi when the people waiting outside the jail discovered as they found the back wall of the jail broken by Britishers themselves. Those who were carrying the bodies were located before they could throw them in Ravi and there and then the cremation was done according to religious methods. Not to forget, Bhagat Singh was an Atheist and was proud of being one so the matter is not religious disposal. The matter is of the crime committed by Britishers in killing the heroes. If British couldn’t bear the blunt of a mild roar by our then middle-class heroes, what could we have been had our Lions not slaughtered.

 

Salaam. Vande Mataram. Inqalab Zindabad…

 

Remembering the unafraid Atheist who died at 24 in a fight for his motherland.

Amar Shaheed Bhagat Singh will always live in our hearts

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Destiny!!! Never Forget

Never Forget this

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Do you fear GOD?

If one has to fear what they call god then what kind of god will it be??? If he/she/it is above everything then how can good or bad matter as these are social elements invented by Humans. Nature does not differentiate between Good and Bad OR Right and Wrong…For nature, it is what it is… 

Also it is just Human imagination that gave birth to religious mysteries… 

When a deer sees a lion, who will definitely eat him if he would catch it and devour it. The reason of the flight of deer is the instinct of survival as all living species do everything they can to save their life…its the selfish gene that is behind it… 

The word ‘fright’ is fear excited by sudden danger… 

I personally feel that mystery doesn’t frighten me…However, if one person pounces on me from an unknown corner and shouts in my ear then i might be frightened as it’ll be natural instinct and will not be a choice…. 

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What flows in your veins???

Once upon a time, blood used to flow through my veins,
It was tough being common, I wanted more,
I sat back, relaxed for the first time as Alcohol held the reins…
Pendulum kept ticking, Alcohol used to flow through my veins,
It was tough being common, I wanted more,
I sat back, relaxed once again as Codeine held the reins…
Pendulum kept ticking, Codeine used to flow through my veins,
It was tough being common, I wanted more,
I sat back, relaxed once again as Diazepam held the reins…
Pendulum kept ticking, Diazepam used to flow through my veins,
It was tough being common, I wanted more,
I sat back, relaxed once again as I saw Death holding the reins…
It sat back, stunned now, I wanted to be common again,
It was tough to be common now, I NEEDED more,
It was impossible to relax now; I wanted to hold the reins once again…
After this there are no words to fill in. It can go any way. There are only two ways. I was lucky I was able to hold on to the right one and lived to tell the tale… If you feel relaxed right now, watch carefully once again… All the Best
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Mahamaya

The Power of the Absolute contained It is not real and not unreal

The material cause of the universe of names and forms I perceive

A profound mystery beyond intellectual comprehension

And it will always be

This finite mind cannot comprehend your true nature. Its maker!

World of contradictions

That’s the way it is

You are Time

You are Space

You are Causality

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Principal gods of Greek mythology

Note: Hephaestus is often said to be only Hera’s son, and Aphrodite is usually said to be born of sea foam.

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RUDRA: a storm god and embodiment of wildness and unpredictable danger

 

Rudra (Devanagari: रुद्र) is a Rigvedic God, associated with wind or storm, and the hunt.

The name has been translated as “The Roarer”, or “The Howler”
The theonym Shiva originates as an epithet of Rudra, the adjective shiva “kind” being used euphemistically of the god who in the Rigveda also carries the epithet ghora “terrible”. Usage of the epithet came to exceed the original theonym and by the post-Vedic period (in the Sanskrit Epics), and the name Rudra has been taken as a synonym for the god Shiva and the two names are used interchangeably.

Ancient scripts in sanskrit from Shiva Puran describe his meditational forms. “I worship Him, who is the embodiment of Pure Consciousness, in whom doubts are dried and actions cease, who is beyond all change, time and destruction, who is full, pure, mute and eternal, who is Satchidananda (Existence-Absolute, Knowledge-Absolute and Bliss-Absolute), who is the incommunicable place personified, who is all-effulgence and effulgence embodied, who is the beneficent One, the radiant vision of Infinite Beauty and Beatitude. O my Lord! Victory on Thee. Thou art the incarnation of Rudra, Raudra and Bhadra. Thou art that Mahabhairava, Kalabhairava. Thy garlands are the necklaces of skulls and Thou holdest the divine weapons Khatvanga, sword, skin (Charma), noose, hook, drum, trident, bow, arrow, club, Sakti (a weapon) and the like in Thy hands. O thousand-faced God! Thou art fearful to look at with Thy terrible teeth and Thy pealing laughter pierces through all the worlds. Serpents are Thy ear-rings, Thy garlands and bracelets. Thou wearest elephant-skin on Thy body. Thou art the conqueror of death, the destroyer of the three cities, O three-eyed God!”

 

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Believe!!

To achieve any goal the first thing that one has to do is believe in himself. Most of our lives, we just play safe as we think that its the best way to avoid the problems that we might face. But we never understand that faluires and frustrations are just a part of the growth process.

From the time when we are very small the world starts teaching us what is easy and what id difficult to achieve. and we start believing what we are told. Many times we are told “you won’t be able to do it” or “this has never been done before”. But if life was to be lived like this then nobody could have ever climbed great summits like Mount Everest. we also have to climb many summits in the process and for that we need to believe that it is possible. Most of the time we play our own enemies by having negative thoughts, comfort zones, self defeating habits, blame lists etc. The moment you realize and decide that you are the single most determining factor as to whether or not you succeed or fail, only then will your life have a chance to improve.

Carl Joseph was born with one leg. Not using crutches or artificial legs, he decided to play football in high school. He worked so hard that eventually he made to All-State defensive lineman. The local newspapers said, “He ran so smoothly and so effortlessly that when you watch him run you could hardly tell he was missing a leg. Especially when he was chasing down quarterback from behind”. In basketball he could dunk the ball, and in track he could jump five feet ten inches-all with one leg. In fact, even with his disadvantage, he went on to recieve a four-year athletic training scolarship from University of Pittsburgh. He said, “It is all in the mind. My mind always told me that i could do things, and i just went and did them. I never worried that i couldn’t do something, I just did it. You just keep trying, and you will always get there.”

Although inspired by greatness, we sometimes doubt our own potentials. We aren’t confident and think,”I don’t have special talents.” “I don’t have what they have.” “I could never do that”. Extraordinary people are simple ordinary people that do extra ordinary things. Many of them don’t have the education, talent, resources or special advantages.

Thomas Edison, who has a great number of discoveries to his credit, only had three months of formal education.

Einstein didn’t speak until he was four years old. His teacher described him as “mentally slow, unsociable, and adrift forever in foolish dreams”

But they have belief in themselves and that is the first thing that is required for any possible growth. Once and for all, start believing in yourself.

And don’t listen to anyone who tells you anything negative. There are many people who don’t want to take the trip themselves, yet pose as experts who criticize the travel of others. They are toxic for you.

Once you start believing in yourself there is no hurdle to high for you to clear, no goal too hard to achieve and no crisis too hot for you to cool down.

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I THINK, THEREFORE I EXIST

The Mission “Cogito Ergo Sum”—I THINK, THEREFORE I EXIST.

You want a revolution?? I am the one who’ll make you witness. I say, will you follow me till there?? Can you handle me?? You crave and I crave like you. If I am not left to guide you, will you survive on the spares which I’ll leave as seeds in your holy brains??? See me… I can’t… 😛

This is an effort to build your mind and make your lives meaningful.

The society is split into different nations, races, religions and political groups. The belief that all these fragments are really separate can be seen as the essential reason for the present series of social, ecological and cultural crises. It has alienated us from nature and from our fellow human beings. It has brought grossly unjust ever rising wave of violence in which life has often become physically and mentally unhealthy.

Our tendency to divide the perceived world into individual and separate things and to experience ourselves as isolated egos in this world is seen as an illusion that comes from our measuring and categorizing mentality. It is called avidya, or ignorance, and is seen as a state of disturbed mind which has to be overcome.

When the mind is disturbed, the multiplicity of things is produced, but when the mind is quieted, the multiplicity of things disappear.

This is an effort to quiet the mind. An effort to LIBERATE.

When you liberate your willpower, you become the master of your own personal world. There is no hurdle too high for you to overcome. There is no challenge too tough for you to surmount and no crises too hot to cool down.

LIBERATE….

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An Alien Observer

Man considers himself the peak of creation; less, perhaps, than gods, demons, angels and other beings that are more than natural; but certainly greater and more important than anything he can see or touch.

We can say, man expends energy and performs work in order to provide for the future.

But is this truly a distinction between man and other forms of life??

Doesn’t the beaver build dams, the squirrel store nuts, and the spider spins webs??

To us, it would seem there is simply no comparison. In none of these cases, or any others involving the lower animals, is anything like human forethought involved.

So, I repeat, it seems to us. Yet is it possible that this difference so clear to us is a result of mere prejudice and self love??

Would a creature from another world, studying life on earth, really see the difference between a spider building a web and a man casting a net into the sea as anything more than one of degree??

Then we developed tools, but even birds use rocks to break snail shells and even insects may use pebbles to block tunnels.

Our alien observer, watching men swarm over the quarries and deserts of Egypt and the slow, painful stone-by-stone construction of the Great Pyramid, might not see much of a distinction between this and the construction of a termite hill.

In fact the termite hill is larger compared to the insect than is the Great Pyramid compared to a man, and the alien might be more impressed by the termite. To be sure, the man manufactures his simple tools while the termite has his built into his body, but the alien might consider this sign of great ingenuity on the part of man to be interesting but not crucial.

Then man tamed animals to attain more energy and perform even the kind of work which was not possible with the limited energy his body possessed.

Our alien observer might see in our use of animals still another mere extension and elaboration of some of the activities of the lower animals.

To take an example, sea anemones are sometimes fixed by a crab to his shell. This is to the benefit of the sea anemones which, ordinarily quiescent, now finds itself transported from place to place, thus increasing its chances of finding food. This is also to the benefit of crab since the stinging tentacles of the sea anemones keep creatures at a distance which might otherwise prey upon the crab. Moreover, the crab dines upon scraps of food that escape the sea anemone during the latter’s meal.

Will our alien see difference between this and a case of a man who rides a horse and fed and protects the animal in return?

Then man started using other sources of energy like wind and running water.

Undoubtedly, it puzzled early man to find such large quantities of energy in inanimate nature. He resolved it by giving life to apparently inanimate nature and imagining the existence of demons or gods who made themselves manifest in the storm blast. The wind was their breath and waters raged at their command.

However, long before wind and water were even feebly tamed by man, another source of external energy came under his command. This is commonly referred to as the “Discovery of fire”.

Fire itself, of course, was never really discovered since it has always existed. But man came to know how to create fire and so domesticated fire. Fire gave him light, warmth, protection from other animals and increased his food supply as he found that cooked food was easier to chew.

It is beyond doubt that the discovery of fire is the greatest single human achievement. Here at last, our unwearied alien observer can finally find his clear distinction. No other species, however intelligent, makes even the most fumbling attempt to use fire, whereas no tribe of man is known today, however primitive, that doesn’t use fire.

And this is one reason that you can find no place of worship today where fire is not worshipped. In different forms like candles, incense sticks, a lamp etc., in any kind of worship, fire is the main element. The Greeks had their myth of Titan, Promethus, saving the human race from misery by bringing down the celestial gift of fire from sun. The sun as the prototype of fire was worshipped by many.

Most of us light candles, lamps, incense sticks etc. while worshipping, but we never think why we do it.

This is an attempt to make you think.

Discussions will continue till the mind is freed.

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