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Poverty is a curse for human society
Poverty prevails there where the injustice is
Poverty exclaims there where the illiteracy is
MAN, being the servant and interpreter of Nature, can do and understand so much and so much only as he has observed in fact or in thought of the course of nature: beyond this he neither knows anything nor can do anything.
Never thought I may have to leave and pack
Did not pay serious attention or looked back
When time approached, I was caught unaware
Everybody should think over it and prepare
~ Newton ~ Einstein ~ Marx ~ Derrida ~
Each one of us believe in different creed
Each one of us have religious sects we belong to
Just to satisfy our souls' spiritual needs
To believe in different icon of Gods and Goddesses
I went to the rivers. Rivers asked me, "Do you know we're alive? "
I went to the oceans. Oceans asked me, "Do you know we're alive? "
I went to the pebbles. Pebbles asked me, "Do you know we're alive? "
I went to the rocks. Rocks asked me, "Do you know we're alive? "
O my mind,
Worship the lotus feet of the Indestructible One!
Whatever thou seest twixt earth and sky
What is basis for philosophy to usher?
How does it gain ground and prosper?
How other intelligent person can be influenced?
How one’s own self can be forgotten or reduced?
One word falls as another rises
to the surface of my mind,
together they create the start
of what life means to me.
Here at Yale University we're encouraged to attend these campus "get togethers" - to meet other students and broaden our circles. Some are about interesting subjects like politics or science and sometimes you get to meet famous people.
Others are concerned with less interesting subjects - like the bewildering aspects of philosophy: "Would you kill baby Hitler if you had the chance - and if so - could you do it with a gun? Shoot a baby to stop world war two? What if you didn't HAVE a gun, could you find it in yourself to use your bare hands? "
The philosophical man has invisible scars
He doesn't keep his emotions locked inside of jars,
He knows the pain that someone battles and spars
And then unto him they all become ours.
Amidst the chaos
Human philosophies met
Inside the turbulent waters of the socio-political strife
Human tendencies not discarded
I. Semper Fidelis
For thousands of years they've been alone
This cold place doesn't truly feel like home;
THE CLOCK OF TOKEN WEIGHT
This ‘Clock of Token Weight' is worth the world to me—
I love you, but i can't love you
You live in a special chamber of my heart
A large hall where lovers embrace and dance
To love, cherish, to have and to hold, i have tried
Quando o diagrama de Hertzsprung Russell
Se apresenta a mim, eu quero beber no corpo celestial
Então eu procuro gigantes do Blue como Rigel
Milagro de la création como Betelgeuse,
In effect, every
while it should
always be respected
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