Tuesday, April 10, 2018

False flag is raised, major assault on Syria is in place

Every time anyone cries about chemical attack means there is a major assault about to happen on the country in question. Reports have started propping up regarding chemical weapons false flag for quite some time in Syria but the date seems to have been already set. The rebel held town of Douma which was witnessing heavy bombardment from Assad regime and its coalition partners to clear out militants from the last held town in Damascus neighborhood had to resort to the last option of saving them from extinction and the pretex of chemical attacks which has been effective piece of tool (irrespective of whether there is any real chemical attack or verifying the fact of the source of such act), western powers including its partners seems have already prepared for another assault on Syria. USA, France, Israel have been vocal and UN also condemned without verifying the facts on ground.

My question, is Assad so dumb that he would celebrate the first anniversary of last year's false flag chemical attack by his opponents to give them another chance? No. Not really. Someone else needed an option to get inside the war zone where their boundaries were set. Now entering is easy as there is a reason.

Middle East has been playing field for quite some time. Hope there will be some change in war rhetoric.




Monday, April 09, 2018

The sun shines...


"The sun shines and warms and lights us and we have no curiosity to know why this is so; but we ask the reason of all evil, of pain, and hunger, and mosquitoes and silly people."

- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Saturday, March 31, 2018

What do you mean by Karma? - J Krishnamurti


Karma implies, does it not, cause and effect, action based on cause, producing a certain effect; action born out of conditioning, producing further results. So karma implies cause and effect. And are cause and effect static, are cause and effect ever fixed? Does not effect become cause also? So there is no fixed cause or fixed effect. Today is a result of yesterday, is it not? Today is the outcome of yesterday, chronologically as well as psychologically; and today is the cause of tomorrow. So cause is effect, and effect becomes cause, it is one continuous movement: there is no fixed cause or fixed effect. If there were a fixed cause and a fixed effect, there would be specialization; and is not specialization death? Any species that specializes obviously comes to an end. The greatness of man is that he cannot specialize. He may specialize technically, but in structure he cannot specialize. An acorn seed is specialized, it cannot be anything but what it is. But the human being does not end completely. There is the possibility of constant renewal; he is not limited by specialization. As long as we regard the cause, the background, the conditioning, as unrelated to the effect, there must be conflict between thought and the background. So the problem is much more complex than whether to believe in reincarnation or not, because the question is how to act, not whether you believe in reincarnation or in karma. That is absolutely irrelevant. 

- J. Krishnamurti, The Book of Life

Is there such a thing as a Soul?


So to understand this question of death, we must be rid of fear, which invents the various theories of afterlife or immortality or reincarnation. So we say, those in the East say, that there is reincarnation, there is a rebirth, a constant renewal going on and on and on the soul, the so-called soul. Now please listen carefully. Is there such a thing? We like to think there is such a thing, because it gives us pleasure, because that is something that we have set beyond thought, beyond words, beyond; it is something eternal, spiritual, that can never die, and so thought clings to it. But is there such a thing, as a soul, which is something beyond time, something beyond thought, something which is not invented by man, something which is beyond the nature of man, something that is not put together by the cunning mind? Because the mind sees such enormous uncertainty, confusion, nothing permanent in life, nothing. Your relationship to your wife, your husband, your job, nothing is permanent. And so the mind invents a something which is permanent, which it calls the soul. But since the mind can think about it, thought can think about it; as thought can think about it, it is still within the field of time, naturally. If I can think about something, it is part of my thought. And my thought is the result of time, of experience, of knowledge. So, the soul is still within the field of time. So the idea of a continuity of a soul that will be reborn over and over and over again has no meaning because it is the invention of a mind that is frightened, of a mind that wants, that seeks a duration through permanency, that wants certainty, because in that there is hope.

- J. Krishnamurti, The Book of Life

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