For a fraction of a second it lay still on the dark patch that oozed round it.
Then the front legs waved, took hold, and, pulling its small, sodden body up, it began the immense task of cleaning the ink from its wings.
"But we live in a world that values Becoming over Being. If you must create, create that inner silence that metamorphoses naturally into music. Create that deserving conduit, through which the Anaahat can express its Naad."
Ocean In A Drop: Philosophical Story On Shankaracharya’s Nirvishesh Advait
Why does boundless Brahm bind itself in an earthly form?
Why be the ocean in a drop?
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You see a gorgeous girl at a party.
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Inspiring Story: Murugan - The Padman
Arunachalam Muruganantham revolutionized menstrual health for poor Indian rural women with his low-cost sanitary pad maker
"Interpreting the right-to-die within the right-to-life is contentious," said Rosh, "While one can choose not to exercise one's right-to-life (a right explicitly protected in NZ) or choose to commit suicide (which is legal in NZ) etc., one's right-to-life does not extend to allowing someone else to take one's life."
"Voluntary consent is therefore not a universally valid defence for murder."
Interesting Story: The Two Non-Dualisms
Shankaracharya’s Unqualified Non-Dualism Nirvisheshadvait compared with Vishisht Advait, Ramanuj’s Qualified Non-Dualism
When the Chief got on the radio, the cop told him that he'd stopped a limo doing over a 100 in a 50 mph zone.
"So bust him," barked the Chief.
Insightful Story: Learning For Success
Learn to interact with people, learn Math, English, learn to drive, use a phone & computer, but learn them for success.
“Involuntarily, she returned his smile but kept her peace. She decided to ignore the cookie hustler, hesitatingly munching away at the bikkie.”
“But troubles don’t generally go away when we ignore them. They persist or become bolder, until we can ignore them no more.”