A Disclaimer

Over the past few articles, a lot of interesting questions had been raised up by the people who read this blog. A lot of inputs had also been shared by people, which is a very good sign indeed, because the more info you have regarding an issue, the more knowledgeable you will become. See; let us speak about few things that had been personally bothering me.
Let us start from the very beginning. This would also serve as a disclaimer so that in future you may understand this blog better. See, all the things written in this blog, is MY opinion. These are words converted from how I think in real life. Many of you could not digest my viewpoints from some articles, while the rest of it you might agree wholeheartedly. Whichever that goes coherently with your sets of thinking, then you FEEL its right. And when my opinion conflicts with yours, war starts.
Obviously, we can’t please everyone. The thing is, see it in this way. There are always different sets of answers for each question; most of the things in this world do not just end with a yes or no. It is more than that. How do you seek God? There are millions ways explained out there about it. When there is so many ways, there is no right answer. However, on your journey, you might find ‘this’ is what suits you better, thus you will be sticking to it.
I would like to also stress, some of the articles you might have read in this blog were written as far as 7 years back, when I used to write in my diaries. This was purely done to improve my English(nah nah no bullshit of expressing myself and all those stuff), and since my spoken English was terrible as well, I used to read and write to improve it. Somehow it improved to a stage where it is readable and presentable as how you’re reading it now.
PLEASE do not pick up the articles that I wrote so long ago, and come down stressing that you do not agree with me. Fuck no, even I might not agree with what I wrote so long back, thinking I should have done better. But that was my thinking at that age, and as I age, so does this blog. Thus you get different sets of opinions and thinking.
We all evolve. You masturbate in early teens, then you start screwing all the girls you can find after your 20’s. Now, that’s evolution in layman term. If you’re still shooting your sperms looking at the ceiling everyday(while closing your eyes halfway too),even when you’re in your 30’s, then ace, you’ve got some serious issues.
Back to the topic.
I write whatever I’ve studied so far, and learned through experience. It does not mean I’m a qualified person, but that is also not a reason I should refrain from talking about it. If you feel I’m talking logic, then there is no harm in practicing it. If you feel I’m talking nonsense, then you show me the way to do it. I’ve been very critical in my writings in the past, particularly in topics of rituals and Hindu religion, but do you not agree somewhere in the article that there is some sort of logic in it? I’m far more open to opinions nowadays, because I see a lot of learned people coming and sharing their opinions over here. This is very interesting indeed, because I learn at the same time.
See below.
“but bro please don’t read these scriptures like Upanishad and take it for granted because these are books that are used to describe the indescribable by sages and rishis so u either believe or disbelieve it just read is as a story but if u have the means to look through this life beyond the dimension of the physical then u can use it to inform others but if you didn’t experience it do not utter any word from it better ask a small child he is always a greater guru and finally no blind faith then it will come haunting you in questions that will create doubt so be in the state of devotion which is not only to the god u prefer but also to normal human beings and everything u behold with your eyes because devotion is a state where everything is always higher than us because without the other beings we are nothing.”
I have nothing against the commentator, but I’m furious over the thinking.
See, Upanishads, Gita, Quran, Veda studies, Manushrutis, Bible, Charitras, and every other religious text in this world is meant for mankind. It was written by great sages and saints to guide the world in the right way of thinking or to show us the way of life.
As explained by the reader above:
“if u have the means to look through this life beyond the dimension of the physical then u can use it to inform others but if you didn’t experience it do not utter any word from it”
This is wrong. All the religious text in this world is written for normal human being. You and me. You can read it, in fact you should, and when you do read it, you’re supposed to share it with the others. Talk to them about it, tell them your opinions based on it, and if I have to be an enlightened being to preach about them, it’s like saying I have to be dead to be talking about death, isn’t it?
When you have a bottle of whisky, you share it with your friends. When you have a pack of cigarettes, you share it with your friends.
All the things that harms you; you will be sharing it with the world, but when you have something good in hand, why not?

Over the past few articles, a lot of interesting questions had been raised up by the people who read this blog. A lot of inputs had also been shared by people, which is a very good sign indeed, because the more info you know regarding an issue, the more knowledgeable you will become. See; let us speak about few things that is personally bothering me.

Let us start from the very beginning. This would also serve as a disclaimer so that in future you may understand this blog better. See, all the things written in this blog, is MY opinion. These are words converted from how I think in real life. Many of you could not digest my viewpoints from some articles, while the rest of it you might agree wholeheartedly. Whichever that goes coherently with your sets of thinking, then you FEEL its right. And when my opinion conflicts with yours, war starts.

Obviously, we can’t please everyone. The thing is, see it in this way. There are always different sets of answers for each question; most of the things in this world do not just end with a yes or no. It is more than that. How do you seek God? There are millions ways explained out there about it. When there are so many ways, there are no right answer. However, on your journey, you might find this is what suits you better, thus you will be sticking to it.

I would like to also stress, some of the articles you might have read in this blog were written as far as 7 years back, when I used to write in my diaries. This was purely done to improve my English(nah nah no bullshit of expressing myself and all those stuff), and since my spoken English was terrible as well, I used to read and write to improve it. Somehow it improved to a stage where it is readable and presentable as how you’re reading it now.

PLEASE do not pick up the articles that I wrote so long ago, and come down stressing that you do not agree with me. Fuck no, even I might not agree with what I wrote so long back, thinking I should have done better. But that was my thinking at that age, and as I age, so does this blog. Thus you get different sets of opinions and thinking.

We all evolve. You masturbate in early teens, then you start screwing all the girls you can find after your 20’s. If you’re still shooting your sperms looking at the ceiling everyday(while closing your eyes halfway too),even when you’re in your 30’s, then ace, you’ve got some serious issues.

Back to the topic.

I write whatever I’ve studied so far, and learned through experience. It does not mean I’m a qualified person, but that is also not a reason I should refrain from talking about it. If you feel I’m talking logic, then there is no harm in practicing it. If you feel I’m talking nonsense, then you show me the way to do it. I’ve been very critical in my writings in the past, particularly in topics of rituals and Hindu religion, but do you not agree somewhere in the article that there is some sort of logic in it? I’m far more open to opinions nowadays, because I see a lot of learned people coming and sharing their opinions over here. This is very interesting indeed, because I learn at the same time.

See below.

“but bro please don’t read these scriptures like Upanishad and take it for granted because these are books that are used to describe the indescribable by sages and rishis so u either believe or disbelieve it just read is as a story but if u have the means to look through this life beyond the dimension of the physical then u can use it to inform others but if you didn’t experience it do not utter any word from it better ask a small child he is always a greater guru and finally no blind faith then it will come haunting you in questions that will create doubt so be in the state of devotion which is not only to the god u prefer but also to normal human beings and everything u behold with your eyes because devotion is a state where everything is always higher than us because without the other beings we are nothing.”

I have nothing against the commentator, but I’m furious over the thinking.

See, Upanishads, Gita, Quran, Veda studies, Manushrutis, Bible, Charitras, and every other religious text in this world is meant for mankind. It was written by great sages and saints to guide the world in the right way of thinking or to show us the way of life.

As explained by the reader above:

“if u have the means to look through this life beyond the dimension of the physical then u can use it to inform others but if you didn’t experience it do not utter any word from it”

Yes, talking without prior experience lacks credibility. That is why each time I feed something to you I make sure I have some logical explanation about it and would be able to defend my claims. I do my studies, for an example on the hook up issue. Why would I want to hook up when I do not really trust in the rituals? It’s because  I would be able to tell it from no-nonsense point of view, without all the extra effects people had been telling others about this hook up rituals nowadays. None of the things I write in this blog, are simple scribblings. It is backed up.

All the religious text in this world is written for normal human being. You and me. You can read it, in fact you should, and when you do read it, you’re supposed to share it with the others. Talk to them about it, tell them your opinions based on it, and if I have to be an enlightened being to preach about them, it’s like saying I have to be dead to be talking about death, isn’t it?

When you have a bottle of whiskey, you share it with your friends. When you have a pack of cigarettes, you share it with your friends.

All the things that harms you; you will be sharing it with the world, but when you have something good in hand, why not?


9 comments to A Disclaimer

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    Putting your ideas onto others and trying to coerce them into following what YOU think is right is the bottom of all contradictions. One should (at least I, saya, ????, ?, think that one should) say what he believes and let the world form an opinion. An opinion which he/she is entitled to reject or accept, and a notion which he/she can hold true to himself/herself and breath life into.
    This is my disclaimer; I can be wrong to the entire world, but freedom of speech allows me to say this and as the owner of this blog, it also allows you to delete it/allow it/accept it…

    Good luck.

    PS: You don’t sound so raged for a person whose blog reads, “RAGEDINDIAN.COM”. Again, i’m just saying…

    @Hdaran : I read your blog. You sound like an emotional person.No worries, I would not delete you. Maybe you want to be heard.

    I’m just saying…

    P.S : You should not judge the name after reading 1 blog out of hundreds I’ve posted.

  • Small BOy!!!

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    If i typed anything offensively sorry bro i was just sharing my divine EXPERIENCE but since my comments contributed to this topic i think(doesn’t mean im right or wrong) what i wrote made a little sense to you!!! keep up the good work bro may god’s grace be within you. :).

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    HAHAHA!!! Nice, giving me a taste of my own medicine!!! I like that… I am emotional??? LOLZ!!! Thanks for that assessment!!!

    PS: The superfluous punctuation marks are not just attachments to ‘beautify’…

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    Dear Durai,

    When the first time I read your blog, the first feeling I experienced is that ” I am reading something I already went through in my life and you came up with the right explaination on it”. Since that moment I have been following your blog , believe me Bro, I myself after reading your articles really manage to learn so many new things.

    I know this is not new for you but I have to say this again , you are really doing a great job…As you claimed above, I have to agree with you. Its really good to read something I really want to share with others on your blog, but the difference , you manage to come up with strong ‘backings’ for each of your explaination/point.

    For me thats the plus point…

    Try to look at my blogspot. You will immediately will have this impression that “whoever owns this blog seriously needs help…”

    Just joking Bro. (kind of true anyway)

    What I am trying to pin point here is , your blog really inspires me to improve a lot especially in managing and also updating our own blog and I believe so many out there are also benefiting from your blog in a way, right?

    and when you say

    “None of the things I write in this blog, are simple scribblings. It is backed up.” That sums up everything…Thats why when sometimes your views contradicts with mine, I will just refer to your views to support that idea.

    Anyway Bro, keep up the good work. Gog Bless you
    ( Yeppothumey oru ‘sense’ odey irukingga bro”

    Thank you

  • the mafia

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    mate, ive been following your article ever since back in msia. got to say you come up with hilarious context and most of the time thought provoking. now thats a rare combination to include both in one’s blog. regardless, would just like to wish you lucks and seeing more of those hilarious posts like ‘gangsterim-macha’ lol. being in london makes me miss all the macha days i had back in kl! this blog of yours just happens to relive me of those memories! cheers buddy xx

  • mafia31

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    dude, ive been following your article ever since back in msia. got to say you come up with hilarious context and most of the time thought provoking. now thats a rare combination to include both in one’s blog. regardless, would just like to wish you lucks and seeing more of those hilarious posts like ‘gangsterim-macha’ lol. being in london makes me miss all the macha days i had back in kl! this blog of yours just happens to relive me of those memories! cheers buddy xx

  • Durai

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    @Small Boy : No offence bro, we all share our views here. I’m not against your views , just comparing my opinions about what you’ve discussed bro. Cheers!:)

    @Hdaran : I hope you liked it:)

    @Mallesh : Wah bro, those were liners too big for me. Thank you so much for those words bro. It is certainly inspiring to hear this words bro.

    I’m glad I’ve been able to share some views of mine with you.:)

    @the mafia : Thanks bro! I’m really glad this write ups had been entertaining you.Cheers brother:)

  • RoyalPain

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    Always will be a fan of ur blog…:) keep writing….never stop….

x

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