Mystical Experience

Trying to explain the mystical experience to a person who hasn’t had it is a lot like trying to explain color to a person blind from birth, or the cube trying to explain three dimensions to the square in Edwin Abbott’s Flatland. Language is a pointing system, and when the objects one is pointing at are a) not present and b) available to perception only … Continue reading Mystical Experience

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Suppressed Science likely to raise up humanity

You are being lied to, and this is no minor white lie… The model of reality you have been taught is a misconstrued religious interpretation of Newtonian Physics. Many have preached about this but only within the past several decades do we have scientific evidence to back up this assertion. Before I elaborate on this subject I’d like to clarify that everything I am about … Continue reading Suppressed Science likely to raise up humanity

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Identity and Dualism

As an atheist, in the sense that I do not hold to any idea of god or follow any theistic religion, I’d like to propose that identity is a social fiction that exists for the purposes of convenience, and that we confuse the fiction for the reality. The most simple argument against dualism (and in turn identity) is how one explains relationship if things are … Continue reading Identity and Dualism

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Germanwings Flight 9525 – 24 March 2015

Germanwings plane crash 10:54 AM EST MAR 24, 2015 A Germanwings Airbus A320 has crashed with 150 passengers and crew aboard in a remote part of the Alps in southern France on Tuesday. All on board are feared dead in the worst aviation accident in France for more than 30 years. The main details: Where? The plane crashed near Meolans-Revels, a small village of 300, at … Continue reading Germanwings Flight 9525 – 24 March 2015

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Resolutions for 2016

 I’ve also started really pressuring myself to figure out some sort of New Year’s Resolution. Some years I decide to make one, but often times I opt out. Almost every lifestyle news article I read is about formulating the perfect New Year’s Resolution, so how do I decide what is perfect for me? I will create/update my website Getting regular doctor check-ups so you don’t … Continue reading Resolutions for 2016

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Lessons learnt in 2015

2015 has been a bit of a busy one, that I know. The main thing I suppose was finishing university, which seems like so long ago, although it’s only been 4 months – TIME, Y U FLY? U ARE NOT A BIRD. Also had some good times, but a lot of it wasn’t exactly the best, but hey…it makes you appreciate the good moments even … Continue reading Lessons learnt in 2015

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Indian parents – strict and discipline~!!

  The way Indian parents deal with their children is very different from how a lot of other parents do so. There’s a reason why Indian kids think twice or thrice or a hundred times before doing shit. Because they know that if their parents find out about it, they’re fucked. Indian parents literally laugh at the idea of a “timeout” or “the stand within … Continue reading Indian parents – strict and discipline~!!

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Individuality

Individuality is something that comes out of the instinctive for self – preservation because unless you develop a certain individuality you cannot protect or preserve yourself. So this individuality gets built up initially for physical survival after sometime due to misunderstanding of lack or due to strong identification with the individual body. The bodies are individual, there is different organism – though it is functioning with the … Continue reading Individuality

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Liebster award #2 and #3

Since my last post about being nominated for the Liebster award for the first time by Jennifer, I have been nominated twice more! Firstly by Vishal and then Joan  As I have done this once before, I won’t be redoing the whole post, I will just answer the individual questions from each one! Questions asked by Vishal: The most unique part of your own writings that you feel? The … Continue reading Liebster award #2 and #3

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Too much Too soon – Live rat race!

Learning from experience – It is quite an arduous task in this era of globalization and technology to rely on learning from experience.. As the saying rightly goes “Time and Tide wait for none”, its probably just another way of emphasizing on the fact that perfection can only be attained through clever work and not hard work! Now does this sound right in any context? … Continue reading Too much Too soon – Live rat race!

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