Baba Farid’s song ‘Turia Turia Ja Farida’ is a collection of some Sufi Faridi hymns or Farid Bani.
Rosh explained the lyrics as Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s soulful voice danced out on the airwaves.
“Every man loves two women”, Isha flared, “one is the creation of his imagination and the other is not yet born.”
“You’re not a figment of my imagination”, Rosh pacified her, “And you were born a long time ago.”
"No! No!" answer da tower, "Wus your altitude, an where your location?"
"Pierre say, "Man, rat now ah got a positive attitude, an ah'm from Thibodeaux, Laweezeeanna!"
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The Captain's pain morphed into anger.
Anger became blind hate. Hate gave him the purpose of his life.
"At least you know now," Isha smiled benignly at them, "that you will both be getting something."
"I will give who I wish, what I wish, when I wish," Rosh stopped her in her tracks. "Without having to be fair to the other. I may also choose not to give anything at all to anyone. Remember that."
“Master the Diderot Effect”, Rosh said simply, “Diderot’s story had a lesson. That poverty has its freedoms; opulence has its obstacles.”
“Hundreds of years before Diderot, Kabir preached the same message. That less is more. Be happy as you are. मन लागो मेरो यार फकीरी में (mann laago mero yaar fakiri mein).”
"It is easy to criticize cannibalism in retrospect."
"With filled tummies, and from the safety of a detached moral, social or religious high ground."
"I am however, not convinced that any rational being would not have taken the route he took."
Revenge isn't best served cold.
It is best not served at all, Hosh realizes. A lot could have gone wrong...
An eye for an eye only makes the whole world blind!
"Subroto asks that if a physical entity like phosphorous can glow on its own, why cannot another physical entity like sound do the same?"
"Is it because our paradigm of properties of sound with respect to our sound apparatus doesn't allow us to experience this?"
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