Knock Knock Knocking on heaven's door

I was born in one country, brought up in another, and now living in another. And the topic of religion always comes up, front page of the newspaper, local politics, even at the dinner table, or when talking to friends. And I thought it would be nice if I could post my thoughts on Religion here, so that if anybody asks me about my honest views, all I need to do is to ask them to log on to this site link and read. So like that I can save lots of my energy and time and move ahead in life.



For those who want me to adore Jesus of Bethlehem

I love Jesus, he was a nice man. He was a human just like you and me. His major contribution to the house of religion is that he made the house into a universal palace. He made it have no borders, his life's work was of such a chain reaction level! After his work, the good news started seeping to all corners of the world. And obviously, he got heavy opposition, many wanted to kill him, but that was to be expected. Anybody who tries to reform anything for the better, should always expect much opposition. But the most sad part in the life of Jesus Christ was how his dearest disciples abandoned him when the authorities came to arrest him. All his disciples were no where to be found. And it is these same self-proclaimed cowards who later on wrote the four Gospels of Mathew, Luke etc. So how are we supposed to understand the teachings of the great friend Jesus from the Gospels of such type of disciples!



For those who want me to adore Mohammed of Mecca

I love Mohammed, he was a nice man. He was a human just like you and me. His major contribution to the house of religion is that he made the house complete, for he established the first universal living standard on which all other Religion standards will be based on, whichever the planet. And not only that, his life is heavily documented more than any other Religion man. So understanding him, by being like him, there is so much we can automatically gain in this life and as well as in the hereafter. And obviously, he got heavy opposition, many wanted to kill him, but that was to be expected. Anybody who tries to reform anything for the better, should always expect much opposition. But the most sad part about the life of Mohammed, happened immediately after he died, as soon as he passed away, war broke out on who should be the Caliph. Very few really tried to understand the teachings of Mohammed, in fact Mohammed mostly had very stupid followers, prior to his teachings, they were all busy doing stupid things. But as soon as he died, they started fighting again. And the fighting has been going on ever since. e.g. in the history of India, Babar a Mughal king when he invaded India in the name of Islam killed Ibrahim Lodi another man-in-the-name-of-Islam. The devout so-called Muslim Aurangazeb confined his own Muslim father under house arrest at Agra fort, his father Shah Jahan, the same man behind the Taj Mahal. Then Aurangazeb went on to fight with his brother the real heir and diminished all other brothers in order to to get the throne. After the tyranny, once his throne was established, he began his work to garner a devout Muslim image and establishes his devout religious outlooks. This is just an Indian example of Kings who lost the road. If you study the history of Arabia, you will find many more. And it is such self-proclaimed caliphates and their followers who later started giving their own stupid dictionary word interpretations to the Qu'ran verses which are highly allegorical, and some have even fabricated many sayings as to be authentic Hadiths of Mohammed or twisted them to confirm to their stupidities. Yes, since they could not change the words of the Qu'ran, being a recorded document, the only option left was to change the very dictionary meaning of the Qu'ran words in a subtle manner to suit their stupid agendas. So how are we supposed to understand the teachings of the great friend Mohammed from the commentaries and interpretations that these deluded people have imposed on the Qu'ran!



For those who want me to adore Krishna of Mathura

I love Krishna, he was a nice man. He was a human just like you and me. His major contribution to the house of religion is that he made the house into a palace of leela - a cosmic drama that is run by nothing but the divine will. Krishna was born enlightened, how and why! I say by divine will! He did so much to raise the people's consciousness from the level of worshiping idols to becoming "Brahman", a state where a person becomes totally surrendered and one with creation, a state of fundamental consciousness. Billions of people will benefit/have benefited/are benefiting from his Gita speech. And obviously, Krishna got heavy opposition, many wanted to kill him right from day one including his own blood relation uncle, in fact, it is noted that his elder siblings were killed as soon as they were born in order to kill him, but that was to be expected. Anybody who is born to reform anything for the better, should always expect much opposition. But the most sad part about the life of Krishna, just happened before he died. Krishna had his kingdom in Dwarka, his people were known as the Yadavas, but his people rarely listened to him, they used to get drunk, do all kind of nonsense and naturally they ended up fighting among themselves and Krishna had to see his Yadava kingdom perishing before his own eyes. He was such a multi faceted character that, I am sure that naturally he is and will always be the most difficult person to understand for a lay man's understanding for some time to come. In fact, it is noted, that Krishna says in the Gita, that very few will be able to understand him, he says that many so called religious people will talk so much about the state of "Brahman", but they know not of what the state of  "Brahman" really is. So how are we supposed to understand the teachings of the great friend Krishna from the commentaries and interpretations that these deluded people have super imposed on the Gita!



For those who want me to adore Rama of Ayodhya

I love Rama, he was a nice man. He was a human just like you and me. His major contribution to the house of religion is that he made the house into a world of honour, code and virtue. A man who cared so much about keeping his word, he was a man of Honor, a good politician and he loved his people and cared for their sentiments so dearly, even today many people use the word "Ram Rajya" to signify a golden age. As a young man he traveled the country to understand the state of affairs, and he eventually ended up in a state of dispassion and that's when his father the king Dasartha arranged him a Sage called Vassistha, who confirmed Rama with the truths that were boiling inside him. The truths of the reality of the divine will. Rama was a man of great principle and code. In fact it is noted that our Mahapolatma, Gandhi was a big fan of his, Gandhi tried to emulate his qualities. Ram has a direct influence in Gandhi who in turn influenced people like Martin Luther King of USA, Nelson Mandela of South Africa and Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar. Ram obviously, being a man of great honour and code would have to face the challenges of life head on, he had to undergo the shame of his wife being kidnapped by a demon-maniac called Ravana! The whole Ramayana is about how Rama finally gets to kill the stupid Ravana and rescues his wife with the help of his brother Lakshman and his friends like Hanuman. But the most sad part about the life of Rama, was that life never really allowed him to enjoy his life with his one wife Sita. As the life story goes that Sita was kidnapped once by Ravana and later rescued, a washerman in Rama's kingdom was overheard saying to his wife, while berating his wayward wife, that he was "no pusillanimous Rama who would take his wife back after she had lived in the house of another man". This statement was reported back to Rama, who knew that the accusation of Sita was baseless. Nevertheless, he would not let slander undermine his rule, so he drove a pregnant Sita out of his kingdom. Rama was ready to sacrifice his life with his wife just for the sentiments of a silly washerman of his kingdom, such was his sensitivity to his people. But look how the people of his kingdom respected him and his wife in return! The very same people who lived under his benevolent rule were at the same time making him live a loneliness.

So how are we supposed to understand the conduct of the great friend Rama from the commentaries and interpretations that are made by the sons and daughters of these ungrateful people who praise Ram and do Harm!



For those who want me to adore Buddha of Lumbini

I love Buddha, he was a nice man. He was a human just like you and me. His major contribution to the house of religion is that he made the house into a world of logic-in-love. He was the everest in terms of understanding the reality of the divine will in terms of logic that was deeply engulfed in love.......



(Well I am stopping this list here for now, there are too many great people to talk about. I will keep updating this page with time, there is so many great stars to stare upon, stars like Adi Shakara, Zarathustra, Mahavira, Abraham, Daniel, Lao Tzu, Rinzai.....)



As a brief conclusion and suggestion

All these great human beings should not be worshiped! Please! Instead try to understand them and be like them! And the only way to understand their teachings and scriptures is to care for the world with absolutely no inhibitions, once you begin to do that, obviously you will suffer greatly and thankfully the incoming pain will unearth out a divine Dictionary of words. And it is only by using this Dictionary that a person can understand the reality of the divine will! Knock Knock Knocking on heaven's door.

5 comments:

  1. So how are we supposed to understand the teachings of the great friend Mohammed from the commentaries and interpretations that these deluded people have imposed on the Qu'ran!?

    commentaries n interpretations, forget them alright. Go for the words God chose, the language is human indeed Arabic, learn! but you have a problem with that too. isn't it? y was it not english, y not hindi or malayalam, God?

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  2. However the point is not of superiority of any language but to understand the message. In early holy bboks it was some other language but since you say you have a problem with the interpretations of scholars, go learn for yourself! not so difficult after all.

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  3. See leave your pre concieved notions behind.

    Take any language e.g. Arabic

    The dictionary book of words of Arabic have been used in writing the Qu'ran. Since they could not change the words of the Qu'ran, they change the meaning of the words in the Arabic dictionary itself, so the sentences in the Qu'ran remain the same, but the meaning changes.

    And to read any sentence, there is a interpretations process that occurs, each person has his own dictionary meanings to words, so the error makers just have to make an interface error. The message of the Qu'ran is lost.

    And your idea that the whole world should learn Arabic to reach God....ah looks funny to anyone.

    What about the blind and deaf people! They can't read or hear anything of any given scripture. Are they going to hell straightaway!

    These are good questions that many of those error making schools will confront me with!

    The Distorted hindu scholars will ask me for Sanskrit, the distorted muslim scholars will ask me for Arabic, the distorted Jew scholars will ask me for Hebrew. The Christian distorted scholars will not ask me, because Jesus spoke in Aramaic which they themselves don't know.

    And those words came NOT through the mouth of God, they came through the mouth of Mohammed. Remember. Mohammed himself did not know how to read or write Arabic!

    So read and re-read and think. The Qu'ran is a very very special book, in fact it is the most significant book, but sadly it has such stupid readers.

    Mohammed had such a great understanding of the Qu'ran, do you have the same understanding too!

    Mohammed could heal a person's disease by chanting the Al-Fatiha because of his indepth understanding, he himself said that the Qu'ran has an internal as well as an external meaning.

    The Qu'ran itself declares that it has texts that are clear and some are allegorical, but only men and women like Mohammed and Rumi of UNDERSTANDING free from pre-concieved notions will get the message.

    So that's how the interpretation process is. And the error making scholars, jump right in and start their jugglery.

    But that was all predicted by Mohammed himself.

    I love Mohammed so much. Thank you Creator for such a nice nice nice man.

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  4. See, I repeat again, all the english translations are the approximate translations of the interpretations that you make when you read the Qu'ran in Arabic!

    The very understanding of the Arabic words by the Arabic reader has been distorted. Read this previous line again and again. You are reading this finding for the first time in your life. So read carefully so that you may progress in the path of Islam.

    So to understand the Qu'ran one must suffer just like Mohammed did, only then will you be able to unearth the meaning of the Qu'ran just like Rumi or other good scholars.

    If there was just one Rumi type scholar alive today, the world would be such a nice place! And guess what I am trying to be that Rumi. My path, my choice! At least I should die trying.

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  5. And from my understanding, the angel Gabriel was inside Mohammed's eyes where ever he looked. During the trance, the Angel touches the inner consciousness of Mohammed, and Mohammed would fall into a trance. Mohammed reached out to the inner sub conscious, and out came the verse of the Qu'ran for 23 years.

    Any other external thing that pretends to be an Angel is nothing but a Satanic Djinn that is playing tricks on the mind.

    Mohammed had a clear idea about who was the Angel and who was the Djinn. Because the Angel's voice comes from deep within, where as the Djinn is something whispering from the external.

    Similarly, anyone should reach out to the inner consciousness to understand the lines of the Qu'ran, and to reach the inner consciousness one must be least-hypocrite like Mohammed, Mohammed was a honest innocent man who really cared for the people, and when he saw them doing stupid things, he was always in deep pain, and this depth of pain made him into a Prophet who unearthed out the Qu'ran from the Divine consciousness!

    And see: The very idea that Allah spoke the Qu'ran is true, Allah speaks out all books of the world actually, everything happens in His will alone, even this typings here and your replies, there is no doubt!

    Allah spoke the Qu'ran with Allah's understanding! Do you have the same Allah's understanding!!! Are you Allah?

    So the nearest possible understanding that I can make of any scripture whether Gita, Koran, Bible, Zend Avesta, Torah......is that I must go deep into the Divine breath that Allah blew into me, I need to reach that level of clarity and consciousness.

    The Qu'ran is a book that has seven levels of understanding, that's how deep each word is. To you it is a like a holy song, people are just singing with no understanding. You got to go bungee jumping into each word.

    Actually my plan is to create a new community of good grade scholars, who will take such deep efforts to unearth the treasures of the Qu'ran and all other scriptures.

    Actually the message of the Scriptures can never be lost, because it is all within ourselves already, these books only are focal points to reach to the fundamental consciousness of the Kalima.

    Kalima is I think the shortest and the greatest sutra of the universe! But when I Say this, to you it is just some phrase sentence, but to me it is a cosmic universal....heavy #$@$@#$! No words to explain!

    But to these error making scholars, oh it's like using a golden laptop for a dustpan. And I feel sad about this.

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