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Category Archives: Mythology
A young boy asked his nanny to tell him a story, and the nanny told him the following story to which the boy listened with great attention: Once upon a time in a city which did not exist, there were … Continue reading
Art is long and life short. Progress and the art of medicine – the first unquestionable, but questions about quality of life remain. Also shotcomings of science and technonolgy pointed out. Three Greek myths are adduced as warnings thereof. Continue reading
Someone questions about the benefit of knowledge of self, introducing reincarnation and maya as unpromising components. (Who benefits?, etc. ).This is an unphilosophical question, and answers from advaita are given. Continue reading
Unfounded criticism of Plato on poetry and the arts redressed. Misunderstanding of Plato’s ideas and intentions on these topics revealed and countered. Continue reading
Is there ever a dissolution of the universe? What is illusion and what is not illusion? Sage Vasishta answers these questions. It is all about Liberation (from ignorance) Continue reading
Cosmic dance by Rudra and Maya in the night of creation. Continue reading
(On democracy) Plato always came very close to the truth… as far as the truth can be described by language – and understood by men.
We can enjoy reading history as if it were mere fiction from and about the past We can enjoy reading history as if it were mere fiction from and about the past, and we must endure it as a necessary … Continue reading