A Hurricane would destroy the whole world in order to keep its eye safe. 

We are all hurricanes trying to keep our conscience safe.

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That smile

I don’t think that a smile has ever been stuck in my mind for so long, infact this is the first time i have thought about a smile.

Maybe i am overthinking but i think she told me something with that smile.she is going to leave this morning for some place far and that smile told me she was glad she was able to meet me and experience fun, laughs and joy. I mean it wasn’t just me and her our friends had fun with us but that smile knew we could have something for ourselves, between all those laughs. 

But the moment has gone by and we might never have anything for ourselves again. I am just glad that i was able to see her beauty ,hear her joy and feel her essence everyday. 
I thought i had all the riches in my life but she told me what i was missing, i was missing that I am happy to be broke in life again. 

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It’s all about the invisible spotlight hanging above all of us

We all want it to turn on ,so that we can be visible in the society , until we don’t want it to 

Then the light gets dimmer and the souls get lighter

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Death and the meaning 

Death is a part of life

Or maybe it is the end of one. 

Now,I don’t want to die early but as i come to think of it, death will always come early 

Maybe it knows the exact moment people wouldn’t want to die at or maybe it doesn’t have a clue at all. So it just barges in at anytime to make things simpler for itself.

Whatever it is, it brings sanity into the world, purpose inside it, meaning to, what would otherwise be a wasteful effort on earth and most importantly it brings love and time all the attention it needs. 

Death is not a happy event, it’s full sorrow and horror. It is not something people look for, in fact, most people run away from it. Such is death, a part of life.

Some lives, however, are not so pleasant. Life itself is sorrow and horror. Some lives are always in the dark, ravaged by all elements of life. It’s not something people want to live for. Such lives bring sanity, purpose and meaning to death. Attraction to it. Such is death, an end of life. 

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An era to remember

The last time i wrote a blog was a long time back and I believe it’s time for my comeback. 

A lot has happened in the world since then. Syrians opted to leave syria , England opted to leave Europe and Americans opted to leave their minds at home on the election day.

But that’s not all that happened, recent times also showed us hope. Take For example the fact that there are more black people nominated for the academy awards than there are black people in trump’s cabinet. That’s right, even the good news is depressing.

Enough about the west though. Coming to my country, India,  we recently demonetised our highest currency denominations. This caused more than  a 100 deaths and shook the growth of the world’s largest democracy. India was the fastest growing economy in the world and  is now set to take a fall economically in the next two economical quarters. 

Therefore economically speaking, i can calmly conclude that we are fucked. 

For What seems to be an era worth telling the posterity about, trust me, if you have survived all of this, you can easily spend the valentines alone in your warm blanket watching the champions league.  

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The last stage.

One stage of the human mind (regarding religion) is when it knows for certain or has enough knowledge to conclude that all religions wriiten in The world are incompatible with the morals or beliefs that he/she posseses. Or if the mere thought of  conciliating religion and god becomes servile to the brain, The person possessing such a perception holds the argument that god had a divorce with religion and a marrige with his/her conscience. God’s decision of justice, righteousness, morality and ethicality holds the same criteria as that of the person believing in a divorced god. This god becomes more personal than universal.

This perhaps is the last stage before submitting to athiesm. This idea appears more rational when you examine that this was probably  the first stage when the idea of god would have been  coined in a thiestic (or possibly a con’s) mind. The first gods were conceivably a result of mankind’s personal fears and lack of knowledge. It can be spelled out wonderfully by looking at the greek mythology. Whenever thunder would strike or storms would destroy villages, a conclusion of the sky god being angry was not argued upon. Zeus perhaps was a result of such an insecurity and fear. 

Conceptualize being an inhabitant of an era where the knowledge of natural occurances such as that of tsunamis , hurricanes, volcanic eruptions were unknown. One would wonder why the winds are angry or why is the sea unstable or why is fire coming out from underneath the ground. seeing such a phenomenon take lives of the fellow human beings one would also fear theese natural occurrences. Contemplating the fact that no single human could be herculean enough to make the winds angry . Zeus , poseidon and haedes were braught into the equation to form a solution for the unanswered questions. Hence, being gods of more personal knowledge than universal one.

Inception of krishna, jesus, mohammad and their miracles (majorly miracles in the case of mohammad) apear to be following the same patern as thoose of the sky , water and land gods of the greek mythology. Theese were either created out of fear or to bring fear. Krishna’s and jesus’ story concludes when a lordship of a totalitarian and evil dictator/king is braught down, in order to bring fear into the hearts of thoose in power. Mohammad’s miracle of splitting the moon in two can be best described by the lack of knowledge about lunar eclipses. Theese stories were then followed as sacred texts ,religious doctrines and an ideology of the definite truth.

Seeing how for the person that believes in a divorced and a personal god, the journey of being religious has gone backwards. I conclude that possibly associating with no religion and believing in a god is possibly the last stage of being religious.

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Sacred text

3800 years ago rig veda was written, 2000 years ago the bible came into existence and 1400 years ago the quran was revealed. Hence, came with them ambiguity about the one true god and a thousand year long enmity between the three longest branches of faith. 

Christianity being the longest branch offcourse with nearly 31% of the population on earth hanging on to it, followed by islam with 23% of the population hanging on to it and hinduism with 15% of the population holding on to it. Meaning that 70% of the population on earth certainly believes in a devine authority. Explaining the fact that all of theese people believe in a heaven and hell. And if not heaven and hell but in a doctrane that not only advocates it but also defines it. 

In the modern 21st century where capital punishment is arguably considered inhuman and heinous crimes such as mutilation and rape are believed to be worse than murder. I wonder how then a 70% inhabitants of the same 21st century believe that an all-loving god would punish people with eternal torture of hell fire in the christian and islamic hell or in 28 diffrenent kind of hells with much gross, inhuman, disgusting, brutal, callous,sadistic, torturous (mentally and physically ) punishments in the hindu hell. 

This is the same 21st century citizens who would protest against honour rape (a justice served infamously in indian panchayats) and capital punishment but in their faith would be content with a god that caries out theese vicious and barbaric punishments. 

How dare you label a god this vicious as an ‘all loving’ one? How dare you label his revelations as sacred? How dare you treat his texts as the high ground of morality?   Contemplate this, tommorow you wake and read in the newspaper that Indian parliament has decided that if an act  of public display of affection is commited, the penalty would be to tie the couple in ropes and burn them. Would you still have faith in the justice system or its ability to diffrentiate right from wrong?

Simmilarly,If a god cannot serve justice correctly then how can he be relied upon to reveal what is right or wrong in the first place?

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