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index of posts
- GuruGeeta by HH Sri Ganapathy Sachichidananda Swamiji
- Dedicated to my Sadguru His Holiness Parama Pujya Sri Sri Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji
- festival of lights/pollution
- essence of diwali, eco friendly
- Common Wealth Game => Common Wealth Shame => Common Wealth Pride
- (draft/nt completed) understanding the ‘under’ ‘stand’
- (draft/nt completed) building business-making money
- I wonder (May I question HOW)
- love, the divine feeling
- live life to the fullest (kaun banega crorepati)
- ideal tv, speaker
- repeat current
- light speed @ door step
- virus 4 business
- Automatic A.C
- some thing about: PVBVKS- VAMSI
- LETTER TO BUDDING FLOWERS, MY FRIENDS
- TO REDUCE GAP BETWEEN RICH AND POOR
Time n Tide waits for no man
how many plantations U’ve organized
how much of pollution is caused by our automobile usage
deepavali is the alignment of lights in a row, its victory of good over bad, over demons
demon is the one who enjoys on destroying something
we are not demons to enjoy on destroying the mother earth cleanliness or by polluting it.
dear policy makers, if selling of liquor on Gandhi jayanthi is sin then polluting the mother earth on festival is also sin.
as newton says there will be equal and opposite response, so comes our tensions and headaches.
wait. stop. hold
what are U running after, greed has no limits, coins comes not under count, prosperity lies in living with minimum needs, without knowing the meaning of satisfaction U can never satisfy URself.
where do U find time to enjoy what U’ve earned or what U already had…,
waking up early in the morning, making URself tensed after the progress of the project, stepping into office on time, bla bla bla and then doing over time to move project with time, making URself updated, reaching home late in the night and dreaming with synchronization of life.,
……………..to get rid of over ridden tensions and in the name of enjoyment by tobacco & alcohol which gives nervous excitement which V term as professional life…as a result it becomes friend. A friend in need is a friend in need, so close the tobacco-alcohol is so happens memory loss and addiction.
so my dear heros and heroins here caution is dont pollute the mother earth, dont get polluted internally and externally by pollution
deepavali is festival of lights and
crackers causes uneasiness to innocent animals-old men- children- and diseased people, think from their side before going MAD, dear wise man
deepavali greetings and my best wishes to U
Diwali (deepavali), festival of lights is alignment of lights in a queue
It’s a 5-day festival celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Janis, some Buddhists; it is official holiday in India, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Mauritius, Malaysia, Nepal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Fiji, and Suriname.
For Hindus it’s the day when Narakasur was killed by Lord Sri Krishna (Satyabhama), Bali chakravarthi is earthed by Lord vaman, Lord SriRama came back to ayodhya.Krishna lifted Govardhana giri, wins over Indra. Indians perform Lakshmi puja and begins new financial year.
For Sikhs, Diwali is particularly important because it celebrates the release from prison of the sixth guru, Guru Hargobind Ji; Martyrdom of the elderly Sikh scholar and strategist Bhai Mani Singh who transcribed the final version of Guru Granth Sahib; formation of Khalsa, established by the Tenth Guru Guru Gobind Singh
In Jainism, Diwali marks the attainment of moksha by Mahavira in 527 BC
The most significant spiritual meaning is “the awareness of the inner light” (Atma/Soul)
The 5day festival is like 1st day cow n calf r worshiped 2nd day is Jayanti of God Dhanvantri 3rd day is Lakshmi Puja 4th day is Bali Pratipada and Govardhan Puja 5th day is Bhaiduj (also Bhayyaduj, Bhaubeej or Bhayitika) on this day, brothers and sisters meet to express love and affection for each other.
These affect people in different ways as follows;
• Copper: Causes irritation in the respiratory tract, which leads to respiratory ailments.
• Cadmium: Reduces the oxygen carrying capacity of blood, leading to anaemia. It also causes kidney damage.
• Lead: Lead in the body has a harmful effect on the nervous system.
• Magnesium: Magnesium fumes cause a condition known as metal fume fever. This is a fever accompanied by a metallic taste in the mouth.
• Zinc: Also causes metal fume fever. In addition, it also induces vomiting.
• Sodium: Sodium is a highly reactive element. It combines with moisture in the air and on the skin, causing burns.
These toxic substances are not just harmful to human beings, but to all living creatures. They tend to remain in the atmosphere for extended periods. So their harmful effects are experienced long after Diwali celebrations are ended. (Though little favor might be done in name of killing micro organisms and insects in beginning of winter…here human existence itself is a question mark then where necessity of killing micro organisms comes)
It’s the festival of lights, not of crackers. Using of oil lamps is traditional, it puts off after a span of time but using electrical lights increases load enormously and it will keep glowing until we remember to switch off.
Instead of wasting money merely on crackers, which is very unpleasant to old, children, heart and asthma patents, we can invest them in buying books or clothes to poor children. Donating the same amount costs about their weekly food expenditure.
Try to spare a moment at old age homes, orphanages.
Don’t use crackers more than 125 decibel and stop celebrations before 12pm which otherwise may cost other mans’ next day. Prefer light works than crackers.
This money wastage can be reduced in other ways like celebrating this as a group at a community hall increases sprit of brotherhoodness which is real essence of Hindu festivals which in turn reduces no of crackers lit
VenkataDatta cares about you. Gurudeva datta
Hindu mythology says “loka samastha sukino bhavanthu” let all the worlds lives in prosperity
The nursery rhyme begins with a flower.
“Flower, Flower, why don’t you bloom?” The flower replies, “The cow has eaten the shoot. Why should I bloom?”
Then the interrogator turns to the cow and asks, “Cow, cow, why do you eat the shoot?” The cow replies, “The cowherd does not
tend, why should I not eat?”
It goes on:
“Cowherd! Cowherd! Why don’t you tend the cow?
The cook does not serve rice, why should I tend?
Cook! Cook! Why don’t you serve rice?
The woodcutter does not give firewood, why should I cook?
Woodcutter! Woodcutter! Why don’t you give firewood?
The blacksmith does not supply chopper, why should I give? …”
The blacksmith blames the fireman, the fireman blames the clouds, which were to send rain. When interrogated, the clouds blame the frog, which refuses to croak. The frog defends itself by saying that it is not in its nature. The primitive narrator, who is also the interrogator, is evidently convinced that the frog’s croaking causes the rains. The first event in the nursery rhyme deals with frog; it does not croak. Then the events follow in a certain causal order in time in real life, ultimately compelling the flower not to bloom…
………………………………….THAT’S ALL FOLKS…………………………………………………..
India needed some crisis always in the past to enter into the next level to get global appreciation. If you look at the past history, when India was facing acute food crisis in 1960s, C Subramanian brought ‘Green Revolution’ and self sufficiency in food. When India pledged its gold openly in early 1990s, to resolve financial crisis and balance of payment, Narasimha Rao brought in ‘Economic reforms’ and we improved our financial resources.
When the Election Commission was facing crisis, Seshan showed the powers of Election Commission to set right the irregularities. When many Trade Unions opposed computerization in financial institutions in 1990s, N Vittal, then Central Vigilance Commissioner, enforced all the banks to introduce technology with his one signature.
When the developed nations refused space technology and engines to India, after Pokran I, the team under the leadership of Dr Kalam started developing our own indigenous technology and machines for space. Now, we are one of the top countries in this technology in the world.
When crisis deepened about the customer grievances in Banks and Insurance, Ombudsman Schemes were introduced to resolve the disputes quickly. Similarly, RTI Act, Right to Education Act, IT Act, declaration of assets by ministers and judges were all introduced due to one crisis or other.
If you look at our past, every crisis has helped us to go to the next level. That has helped us to get positioned well at global level. India has always been resilient, be it reservation issue, ayodhya issue, communal clashes, natural calamity, etc. India has always emerged much more stronger out of every crisis. We have also learnt to manage the crisis well.
In the same way, Common Wealth Games become Common Wealth Shame due to corruption and mismanagement by Kalmadi and his team. Now that the PM has taken over personally, I am confident that this ‘shame’ will be converted into a ‘pride’.
Every crisis has taught us great lessons. After the CWGs are completed, the Government should initiate legal action and punish those who brought shame to us. Only then, such shameful activities will not recur. Few individuals cannot bring down the pride of billion people.
as quoted by Prime Point Srinivasan <firstname.lastname@example.org @ “India Vision group” <India_Vision_2020@yahoogroups.com> & email@example.com
CWG organisers in the past too faced criticism
Indians may have felt let down when their nation was severely criticised for the chaos surrounding the Commonwealth Games, but they can take heart in the fact that a number of countries in the past had also faced similar criticism while hosting such mega sporting events. The very nations, including Scotland, which criticised Delhi for not being fully geared up to host the Games, have faced the same music over various reasons ranging from poor transport facilities to delay in preparations to financial irregularities and even political boycotts.
Most recently, during the 2010 Football World Cup in South Africa, FIFA officials expressed concern over the timely building of the stadiums. There were also apprehensions over security, sales of tickets and transport.
But the fears gradually vanished with the progress of the tournament and timely actions by organisers helped make the event a grand success. In February this year, the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, faced criticism regarding preparations — similar to that of Delhi.
There were reports that transport links were not working just two days before the event and there were too much ice in some venues while it was too less in other venues. Moreover, the death of a Georgian athlete further added to the woes of the host country but Canadian authorities managed to overcome the initial hiccups and the Games ended successfully.
During Beijing Olympics in 2008, poor air quality in the Chinese capital created a buzz in the international media. It forced International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge to even suggest cancellation of some events.
But despite the hiccups China came up with an excellent Olympics. In 2004 Athens Olympics, delay in completion of infrastructure projects, including tram and road links, drew severe flak for the organising committee, which had to be replaced just before the event.
The haste, in which the infrastructure was completed, also resulted in the death of several labourers, bringing in more shame for the country. The 2000 Sydney Olympics was also not free from controversy.
The organisers were criticised for developing the Olympic Park, which housed the athletes, without proper planning as reaching it was cumbersome and time-taking. During Atlanta Olympics in 1996, the city faced worldwide vilification for its poor transport facilities which prompted the international media to say the city was in “complete chaos”.
With most projects remained uncompleted, the city failed to get a boost in tourism and employment as expected. When it comes to hosting Commonwealth Games, the Games organised by Edinburg, Scotland, in 1986 are remembered due to political boycott and financial mismanagement.
Britain’s attitude towards South Africa during the Games sparked a huge political row and forced most of the African, Asian and Caribbean countries to stay away from the games. It was reduced to an all-white event as 33 out of 59 Commonwealth nations boycotted it.
It also suffered a serious financial setback as it opened with a deficit of 3 million pounds, which grew to 4.3 million pounds. … from yahoo news
love ??? love at first sight is often termed as attraction… … many claim that love is having mutual respect in accepting one’s feeling, taking even pain for others pleasure… in fact the mutual benefit should be seen in business where like-minded people with differing talents come to an MoU for mutual benefit. (to me, friendship answered my every call; don’t ask why do you choose lover)
Realists (as they claim), leave all these material possessions, materialistic relations which favors them in one way or other. They mean we are loving it as we regain some sort of pleasure from it in one way or other… … … may i question those spiritually great people that they are praying HIM as they will get something back; may it fortifies on this earth or at HIS presence. Men asks money, fame, peace, ***,**** at last love. They need love from HIM, as HE loves with expecting no returns. Is it that you are expecting nothing, you are expecting a pleasure LOVE, the Divine shower from HIM which is of course boundless-limitless.
Can you love HIM without expecting any returns (from him)… … …
In praise of humanity, help yourself, your brothers who born with equal rights to access nature, its beauty.
(kalamji often says, thousands of ramanujans dies in india without getting into lime light)
May I question you my brother
Are you getting addicted to technology
Are your feelings getting irresistible to be accompanied by any men
How many hours can you spend without electricity
How many miles can u walk on foot
Can you imagine a day without internet or mobile or idiot box (television)
What all you can take in a day other than processed foods
Give a trail as Mahatma Gandhi says to do our own (every) work on your own
*** we should not create need all the time, instead its answering current requirements in more sophisticated, applicable way (concerns are Eco-friendly, re usability, cost-effective, low maintenance)
*** By creating healthy habits (in fact addiction to our product as part of brotherhood )
*** advertising with achievers, real-time workers who are not in lime light