Thursday, November 27, 2008

Fallen Bharat Part IV

(RSS goondas)
( Bal Thackeray)

(Lal Advani)

"Woooah...these fellas are the guardians of the hindu dharma(say cheese)..hehe...hindu dharma?What?Isn't that word coined up by the Brits?.."Our Hindu dharma is the oldest dharma in the planet!!!Grrrrr!!!!We have the divine right,patent rights,trademark rights of Hindu dharma and it's only meant for the hindu brahmins Grrrrrrr"...Eh??..when someone says oldest,it means there was a beginning and eventually there will be a demise ...but the dharma in India which is called Hindu these days is known for 1000's of years as Sanatana Dharma....which means eternal laws of the Supreme....without beginning and ending..woopsy daisy..whatcha trying to sar?I m trying to say these agents of falsehoods(see the pixs) are now in control and not surprisingly all things related to falsehood..violence,terror,disharmony,discrimination,distortion will manifest..."

All fanaticism is false, because it is a contradiction of the very nature of God and of Truth. Truth cannot be shut up in a single book, Bible or Veda or Koran, or in a single religion. The Divine Being is eternal and universal and infinite and cannot be the sole property of the Mussulmans or of the Semitic religions only, – those that happened to be in a line from the Bible and to have Jewish or Arabian prophets for their founders. Hindus and Confucians and Taoists and all others have as much right to enter into relation with God and find the Truth in their own way. All religions have some truth in them, but none has the whole truth; all are created in time and finally decline and perish. Mahomed himself never pretended that the Koran was the last message of God and there would be no other. God and Truth outlast these religions and manifest themselves anew in whatever way or form the Divine Wisdom chooses.
(On Himself, p.483.)
. . . Nor does spirituality mean the moulding of the whole type of the national being to suit the limited dogmas, forms, tenets of a particular religion, as was often enough attempted by the old societies, an idea which still persists in many minds by the power of old mental habit and association; clearly such an attempt would be impossible, even if it were desirable, in a country full of the most diverse religious opinions and harbouring too three such distinct general forms as Hinduism, Islam and Christianity, to say nothing of the numerous special forms to which each of these has given birth. Spirituality is much wider than any particular religion, and in the larger ideas of it that are now coming on us even the greatest religion becomes no more than a broad sect or branch of the one universal religion, by which we shall understand in the future man's seeking for the eternal, the divine, the greater self, the source of unity and his attempt to arrive at some equation, some increasing approximation of the values of human life with the eternal and the divine values.
(The Renaissance in India , p.33.)

Sri Aurobindo
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