length of human life

did you see the beauty of many species having a defined life span and a defined area of operation with fixed habits and behavior but human?

do you know we self destruct and never die.


nakedness misinterpreted

we like to tame all living and non living things which stay naked from birth to death. we mistake ourselves that they are tamed but in actual the tamed ones avoid confrontation and continue to be divine from birth to death. when human tames other human the first thing he/she does is to undress the person.

The Parable of The Naked Man

By being naked intelligence comes on it’s own


(The image is the famous Hubble Ultra-Deep Field.)

We often demand miracles as proofs for the transcendental origin of the world; but in demanding so we are blind to the miracle in the fact of being and the act of demanding. Our mundane preoccupations eclipse the sense of wonder inherent in each moment and its content; and we take for granted the strangest of all things, that the world is.

We take the scientific descriptions as causal explanations, as if science really explained the why of being and becoming! We look for miracles inside the world but fail to see that the very being of the world is itself the most obvious miracle, the ground of all miracles.

The miracle of Being is something beyond the scope of all rational inquiry, for reason itself must first be before it can know, and hence itself remains always a mystery.

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Religious Freedom: Whose freedom is it? – Virendra Parekh

one reason i do not understand the meaning of living.

Bharata Bharati

Virendra Parekh“The Church claims the right to freedom of religion, by which it means its own right to convert others, and never the other way round (recall its strong condemnation of Ghar Wapsi). Christian evangelical efforts in the world today constitute nothing less than an open declaration of war on other religions. What it forgets is that if missionaries have a right to preach the Gospel, ancient societies professing pacifist non-proselytising religions have a right to defend themselves.” – Virendra Parekh

Narendra ModiThanks, but no thanks. That would be the reaction of discerning missionaries to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s much awaited intervention in the ongoing discourse on tolerance and religious freedom. He has obliged them at last, but with a twist which negates much of the favour.

On the face of it, it would be a matter of immense satisfaction to the Church that the political head of a non-Christian secular country…

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