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Truth and faith 0

Truth and faith

Some one told me that he believes in only truth. He believes that object falls towards earth because he observes it to be true. Here is the reply to the query.

Truth Prevails 3

Truth Prevails

Good prevails over evil. Dharma prevails over adharma. Similarly truth prevails over untruth. If this is understood in letter and spirit, nothing can go wrong.

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Compass which show the truth

I saw Golden Compass movie yesterday, i was a visual delight.

The movie is 12 yr old girl Lara who lives with her uncle in different kind of world. In her world spirits which are known as demons live side by side. These demons are in the form of animals and children’s demon can also change their shapes.

Suddenly children’s start to disappear and leaves Lara to start a epic journey in order to find her friends and save the world with the help of her golden compass which shows her the truth.

Tell me what you will ask if you have the golden compass, comment on it….

What the Truth is 1

What the Truth is

Can any one define exactly what the truth is?
Is it what other tells us making us to believe it or what we fell it is correct or right to believe it?

Our daily prayer 1

Our daily prayer

“asato ma sadgamaya
tamaso ma jyotirgamaya
mrtyorma amrtam gamaya

Lead me from the asat to the sat.
Lead me from darkness to light.
Lead me from death to immortality.”

(Brhadaranyaka Upanishad — I.iii.28)



“Truth is Beauty and Beauty is truth”- This line in Keats’ ‘Ode on a Grecian Urn’ has put many a scholar puzzled and baffled. Pundits are forwarding their own stands but it is still an unwrought Urn. As in the poem these last lines are within inverted commas, it seems this declaration of a paradox is not of the poet but of some other force, could be the Omnipotent. Even if it is so for what reason would God pronounce such a paradoxical and ambiguous lines? The punctuation in the poem has put all into a mess. Now we can not either nullify this statement is not of the poet’s himself.