Sunday, October 21, 2007

19 October 2007 "Happy Vijaya Dashami 2064 "

It was cold, chilly night in the center of Lappeeranata University of Technology., Me,Ananata,Jhamak,Bishal met in my room, We decided to do some party., We were not sure of the venue, then we thought about our friend Bala who was sick, we wanted to see him.

We realized that one guy was missing, it was not difficult for us to figure out who it was, probably we are just 6 nepali guys here in finland. It was Sijan. so, we asked him to come to bala's palce, we went there we saw Bala was dancing, celebrating and was really in jolly mood. We were suprised by what we saw. Later He said that, Today is Vijaya Dashami 2064 Let us Celebrate ! We thought why not, We must celebrate !

The celebration started. Now we were 6+2 guys., Probably don't be surprised the two guys were our special guest. One guy was Bala's flat mate., From Finland- Teemu and The next guy was Bishal's very good friend- From Pakistan-Mubin....

Guys started preparing the food,chicken....Pulaau..,

We wanted a Nepali way and the Nepali way was given by me., I was talking with Teemu,Mubin and Jhamak- We started a discussion, a round table discussion. It all started with religion,sex,what's on man's mind ?, what is on women's mind ? Then it heated up... The talked went on and on...

It now came to GOD.,nobody agreed with what i have to say, because i wanted to put what i mean to say to these guys and they do not agree with me.. I still say that why are we following the tradition ? Why is there difference in culture,country and religion ? Every discussion was ending with big question-Why ? My dear pakistani friend was not happy with this question.

I was just alone defending myself, I wanted to say that-"All religion in this world connects to these keywords such as TRUTH,PEACE FOR MAN KIND ....." These were done by some great human in the past such as GAUTAM BUDDHA,JESUS CHRIST,MOHAMMAD etc., These great people were Human First and they will always remain human to me. We are treating them as god but why ?

We do this because we are following the tradion. Our parents taught this and we are following. But I want to say,


still people will not understand me... because i am defending myself and no one will be on my side. every body wants to get a safe landing, anyways..., I do not know ... Probably i thought i was ruining the disucssion so i kept quite after that.

Guys prepared a great DASHAIN dinner it was the best dinner i had it here in Finland since months. We all enjoyed a fine Nepali Dinner !!!

All the cleaning was done by my beloved guys except me.... because i am lazy !!!

This way we celebrated a great dashain festival... Thanks to all my lovely,sweet and great nepali guys. You guys are great !!! Cheers Finlandia Vodka to you all !!!

Remeber guys, I am lazy and i will be lazy... One thing you all have to do is try to improve my habit and I wont be lazy anymore.

Thanks to our special guests ! Mubeen and Teemu !!!


Monday, October 15, 2007

War, Games and Spirituality

War and games have been part of life since time immemorial. They are both tendencies that have impacted human life and society, sometimes favorably and sometimes adversely. The Mahabharata war began with a game but what came out of it was wisdom of Gita. World has seen lessons after World War II, when tolerance, pluralism and secularism gained prominence. But when war became a game, we have failed to learn a lesson. For the mighty and powerful, war is just a game, as has happened in Vietnam and Iraq. Pakistan and India have fought many wars and the same is true of the Middle East. In spite of so many ethnic conflicts in central Africa, Congo, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast and now Sudan, no lesson has been learnt. There is a thin line between game and war. While the East has chosen the concept of seeing life as a game, in the Middle East, it is jehad. One thing that seems to be common between war and game is that, in both, you need to be insensitive towards the other. If you are sensitive towards others' feelings, you can't defeat the other. That is why the concept of Life is a game in-sensitizes you to the pains and the pleasures of life. Today, when children play video games, Internet, watch violent cartoons, they get in-sensitized. These games have turned into real life situations, leading to classroom violence. The last decade has seen unprecedented instances of violence in schools. Dropout rates in schools in Washington DC are an alarming 50 per cent and there is an increase in gang violence amongst the adolescents the world over. The intellectuals of today have to devise ways to bring back sensitivity and sensibility in the younger generation, without which there will be neither safety nor security on this planet. Fear of dominance of one community over the other, one nation over the other, have caused nations and communities to amass weapons. Amassing wealth and weapons has become a game. On many occasions, caste conflicts and cash conflicts are all subsidiaries of the arms race. Many think that spirituality makes men realize the ultimate. Spirituality is definitely an antidote to war. It helps to prevent the game from turning into a war and war turning into a game. Spirituality, people often think, is just a practice; it is an attitude as well. A practice is always bound by time but an attitude gets woven into that time. As practice, it is limited to occasions, to time and has time-bound effects. It is easy to adopt spirituality as a practice but takes courage, maturity and understanding to build it as an attitude. It is attitude and intention that matters more than action. The Americans apologized for mistaken notion when they bombed civilians in Afghanistan and Iraq. When the Israelis pounded Lebanon or when Sri Lankan forces bombed Tamil Tigers' schools and hospitals, all they said was sorry, it was not our intention; it was a mistaken identity. Here, war has become a game. Today, many around the globe say spirituality is the answer. Will humaneness in spirituality put an end to war? Will it make you submissive and docile? Will it take away the joy and fun in aggression? Will it make you an escapist? This stream of questions smolders with no answers to put them off. In fact, it should not be. An answer can only be used once, but the path created by these vital questions can be trodden many times to an open-ended human evolution.

Sunday, October 7, 2007

Scent of a Women

The last Scene of a Scent of a Women.One of the Best speech in a movie.

I am an African

Mahatma Ghandi on Education

The real difficulty is that people have no idea of what education truly is. We assess the value of education in the same manner as we assess the value of land or of shares in the stock-exchange market. We want to provide only such education as would enable the student to earn more. We hardly give any thought to the improvement of the character of the educated. The girls, we say, do not have to earn; so why should they be educated? As long as such ideas persist there is no hope of our ever knowing the true value of education.

Daily Quote from Krishnamurthy...

Do you understand the problem, sirs? Only the mind that is free can discover what is true—discover, not be told what is true. The description is not the fact. You may describe something in the most lovely language, put it in the most spiritual or lyrical words, but the word is not the fact. When you are hungry, the description of food does not feed you. But most of us are satisfied with the description of truth, and the description, the symbol, has taken the place of the factual. To discover whether there is a reality or not, we must be capable of seeing the true as the true, the false as the false, and not wait to be told like a lot of immature children.

Friday, October 5, 2007

वहत कृष्णमूर्ति सय्स

"Truth is a pathless land ". Man cannot come to it through any organization, through any creed, through any dogma, priest or ritual, not through any philosophic knowledge or psychological technique. He has to find it through the mirror of relationship, through the understanding of the contents of his own mind, through observation and not through intellectual analysis or introspective dissection. Man has built in himself images as a fence of security—religious, political, personal. These manifest as symbols, ideas, beliefs. The burden of these images dominates man's thinking, his relationships and his daily life. These images are the causes of our problems for they divide man from man. His perception of life is shaped by the concepts already established in his mind. The content of his consciousness is his entire existence. This content is common to all humanity. The individuality is the name, the form and superficial culture he acquires from tradition and environment. The uniqueness of man does not lie in the superficial but in complete freedom from the content of his consciousness, which is common to all mankind. So he is not an individual."

लाइफ ऎंड डेथ

We all live in the shadow of the fear of death, we believe that life and death are opposed to each other. This feeling causes us to miss life and we miss death as well. When we are born, death is born with us.

Every day changes into night, and every night changes into day. The present elapses into the past and the future dawns upon the present. This cannot happen without the element of death. This process of change is death. If you want to die peacefully, live totally, completely. Death is the crowning glory of life lived intensely and fully. But our life is wasted in searching for the meaning of life.

The meaning of life is in life itself. No philosophy, no scripture, no cause can give meaning to life. You have to seek your own meaning and nobody except you can come upon it. Osho said, "It is your life and it is only accessible to you. Only in living will the mystery be revealed to you. Once you know what life is you will know what death is.

Death is also a part of the same process. Ordinarily we think death comes at the end, that it is against life; we think death is the enemy, but death is not the enemy. If you think of death as the enemy it simply shows that you have not been able to know what life is. Death and life are two polarities of the same energy, of the same phenomenon - the tide and the ebb, the day and the night, the summer and the winter. They are not separate and not opposites, not contraries; they are complementary.

Death is not the end of life; in fact, it is a completion of one life, the finale. A man who has understood what his life is, allows death to happen; he welcomes it. He dies each moment and each moment he is resurrected. Each moment he dies and is born again."

हे राम

Hey Ram! With these last words, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi breathed his last. What would he have thought of the current controversy over the historicity or otherwise of Ram, the epic hero?

It would be interesting to ask: What is the historicity of the wind or cosmos? Behind visual reality, there exists something one can call supernature. Beyond history, there is the realm of metahistory.

How can man with his arrested sensibility, give expression to eternal life or eternity, in a language which is itself man-made? When we do not have a recorded or authentic history of language how shall we be able to understand the word 'history' used in language?

The word Ram means causing rest, charming, loving and delightful. Gandhi knew from the core of his heart that Ram is the hidden centre of all apparent reality. It is the unchanging reality, underlying a shifting reality. Ram is part of metahistory. Ram possesses highest power but never reveals himself as a possessor of power. People with inferior power exhibit their power in mindless activity and vanish like a bubble.

Much of Bapu's philosophy was based on the substance of Indian thought. He did tend to believe in avatars or incarnations and believed in the saving power of the name 'Ram' in salvation through Lord Krishna. For Gandhi, the legend of Ram is so deeply embedded in the Indian way of life that it is difficult to think of India and Indian culture without any mention of his name.

The metahistory of Ram has inspired many poets and artists to depict his character with all its glory and transcendental splendour. After having understood the superficiality of so-called history Oswald Spengler had said in his book, The Decline of the West, that history should be the business of a poet.

Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolence, truth and simple living was derived from a belief in the power of the very same principles epitomised by Maryada Purushottam Ram - the ideal personality - immortalised in the legend's story, the Ramayana, narrated in as many languages, forms and cultures as its plural versions.

१० एअर हिन्दुगर्ल मेमोरिज़े कुरान

Backed by her parents, a 10-year-old Hindu girl who has learnt Arabic is in the process of memorizing the Koran to become a ‘Hafiz’, says a teacher at a madrassa near here.

Hemlata, alias Shabnam, has been memorising the holy book at Madrassa Madinatul Uloom in Khagaul near Patna for the past few weeks.

"First she learnt to read Urdu followed by Arabic and is now memorising the Koran, a rare thing for a non-Muslim girl. It all appears to be god’s wish," said Hafiz Azam, a teacher at the seminary.

Hafiz is a term used by Muslims for people who have completely memorized the Koran. Such people are allowed the privilege of using the title Hafiz before their names. They win this title by passing one or more tests. In one such test, they are asked to recite from memory a passage taken randomly from the Koran.

Dressed like a devoted Muslim girl, Hemlata covers her head to join a group of Muslim students of her age daily to memorise the Koran at the madrassa. "I want to become a Hafiz by memorising the holy Koran," she said.

The Koran is divided into 114 Surahs (chapters), containing approximately 6,200 verses comprising some 80,000 words or 330,000 individual characters.

Hemlata, a Class IV student, said she was eager to achieve the feat at the earliest. "I will work hard," Hemlata told IANS.

Hafiz Alam said: "It is a difficult process to memorise the Koran, and she will have to devote four years to achieve her goal."

Hemlata's parents are proud of their daughter. "We are happy and encourage her," said her father Dilip Kumar Choudhary. Now, her younger brother, Ashish Vidyarthi, also wants to emulate her.

२० थिंग्स यू डोंट क्नोव अबाउट डेथ

1 The practice of burying the dead may date back 350,000 years, as evidenced by a 45-foot-deep pit in Atapuerca, Spain, filled with the fossils of 27 hominids of the species Homo heidelbergensis, a possible ancestor of Neanderthals and modern humans.

2 Never say die: There are at least 200 euphemisms for death, including "to be in Abraham's bosom," "just add maggots," and "sleep with the Tribbles" (a Star Trek favorite).

3 No American has died of old age since 1951.

4 That was the year the government eliminated that classification on death certificates

5 The trigger of death, in all cases, is lack of oxygen. Its decline may prompt muscle spasms, or the "agonal phase," from the Greek word agon, or contest.

6 Within three days of death, the enzymes that once digested your dinner begin to eat you. Ruptured cells become food for living bacteria in the gut, which release enough noxious gas to bloat the body and force the eyes to bulge outward.

7 So much for recycling: Burials in America deposit 827,060 gallons of embalming fluid—formaldehyde, methanol, and ethanol—into the soil each year. Cremation pumps dioxins, hydrochloric acid, sulfur dioxide, and carbon dioxide into the air.

8 Alternatively . . . A Swedish company, Promessa, will freeze-dry your body in liquid nitrogen, pulverize it with high-frequency vibrations, and seal the resulting powder in a cornstarch coffin. They claim this "ecological burial" will decompose in 6 to 12 months.

9 Zoroastrians in India leave out the bodies of the dead to be consumed by vultures.

10 The vultures are now dying off after eating cattle carcasses dosed with diclofenac, an anti-inflammatory used to relieve fever in livestock.

11 Queen Victoria insisted on being buried with the bathrobe of her long-dead husband, Prince Albert, and a plaster cast of his hand.

12 If this doesn't work, we're trying in vitro! In Madagascar, families dig up the bones of dead relatives and parade them around the village in a ceremony called famadihana. The remains are then wrapped in a new shroud and reburied. The old shroud is given to a newly married, childless couple to cover the connubial bed.

13(*) During a railway expansion in Egypt in the 19th century, construction companies unearthed so many mummies that they used them as fuel for locomotives.

14 Well, yeah, there's a slight chance this could backfire: English philosopher Francis Bacon, a founder of the scientific method, died in 1626 of pneumonia after stuffing a chicken with snow to see if cold would preserve it.

15 For organs to form during embryonic development, some cells must commit suicide. Without such programmed cell death, we would all be born with webbed feet, like ducks.

16 Waiting to exhale: In 1907 a Massachusetts doctor conducted an experiment with a specially designed deathbed and reported that the human body lost 21 grams upon dying. This has been widely held as fact ever since. It's not.

17 Buried alive: In 19th-century Europe there was so much anecdotal evidence that living people were mistakenly declared dead that cadavers were laid out in "hospitals for the dead" while attendants awaited signs of putrefaction.

18 Eighty percent of people in the United States die in a hospital.

19 If you can't make it here . . . More people commit suicide in New York City than are murdered.

20 It is estimated that 100 billion people have died since humans began.

Safe Sex

Just before doing it. Use it. Safe sex., Save yourself ...

Thursday, October 4, 2007

Who wants to do this ?

What are you thinking looking at this picture ? Do you have any idea ? What the men and women are doing ?

Dont let anyone enter inside or will you ?

Save yourself from the virus., protect yourself., Just Dont let anyone enter inside you without a good preparation. Be prepared. Try safe sex and save yourself.


I am not asking you to give me money. I am not begging you for the money, I am begging you for the life. Give me ! So that i can give the needy.Do not trust me, trust yourself.

To save a life is important or to live your life with no value is important. Decide. Contribute to this blog to save every one and to save yourself.

Safe Sex in future

Save yourself from the sex. Protect Sex.

Save me God

We are in need of you .

We want you God, We are in need for you save us. God !!! Human beings are killing each other. Why is that ? What is the reason behind it god, why are people so deparate for the good food, luxurious house and nice cars... Why there is lots of misery and unhappiness god so come and save us ? will you ...

I want to eat.

I am hungry ?

Ozone Depletion

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