Homage to the “Bureaucrat” (Part_2) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Yes, he was being the nameless entity when he is a bureaucrat. Franz Kafka once tried to read and symbolize the bureaucratic existence in his writing. He followed the Guy and failed to guess his true face as a human, but what Kafka did not noticed that a bureaucrat lost his ethereal shape when he exiled from the system… Continue reading Homage to the “Bureaucrat” (Part_2) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

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Why are we here? ⇒ Identical twins Pierre and Paul’s post in “the landscape of reality” blog

The visible nature perhaps the first manuscript for human, from where the first curious quest begun, “Who I’m and why I be here?” Answer is yet multiplied and relative by the fact of reality. The existence of “everything” is real when anybody thinks it real, and on the opposite, yonder reality seems not real when anybody considers the rhythmic infusion of the “everything”… The answer (“Who I’m and why I be here?”), is greatly depended to the realization of this spellbound alteration, where the definition (of reality) is bound to rotate by the accord interlinked alteration. The identical twins tried to dig out the great question by following the most recent scientific progress on Anthropic Principle, which is now tried to explain the reason of existence. Continue reading Why are we here? ⇒ Identical twins Pierre and Paul’s post in “the landscape of reality” blog

Quest for the Self: Maryam’s self searching minstrels in writcrit blog

Does she represent new? Does her imagination and quest bit newish to the vast land of mystic or metaphysical landscape of poetry itself? Maybe and maybe the not, but it doesn’t denote anything here. I think she represents her great ancestors of Urdu poetry and the rest to reach the sublime landscape of poetic quest just like the holy pilgrimage./ Maryam try to walk on their directed trajectory. She walks in the thorny gravelled road with bravery and tried to echo the thousands years quest with fine simplicity. Is it not enough to read her minstrels, her less allegorical but touchy simple intonation?… Continue reading Quest for the Self: Maryam’s self searching minstrels in writcrit blog

Morsel talks about storytelling ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Storytelling is a shameful act. It makes you naked and barefooted. It is the silent war of “What do you want to say and what is not like to say anybody!” The author is not a master of his artful narratives when he drives it. He is the slave of his lingual arrangements. They will take the decision that what is going to happen next. Continue reading Morsel talks about storytelling ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

“How many “selfs” make a “Self”?” ⇒ Larry Glover on Wild Resiliency Blog

We now stand on the modern perspective with the same old question of our fate that, “which is happened after dooms of the body-machine?” Today we’re more curious to deal the “true self” rather the “soul”. What the “Self” is and what do we wanted to mean by “Selfness” or be the “Selflessness”? Question is hypothetical but fact is realistic. We need to dig it for our own interest to understand the relation between the bodied world and the incessantly germinate universe… Continue reading “How many “selfs” make a “Self”?” ⇒ Larry Glover on Wild Resiliency Blog

Everything is connected ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Life is truly evergreen when we feel that we’re not separate and be one of the fragments of this unified landscape. Who’s the master artisan of this unification? Yes, it is vital to seek the true answer, but the realization rather more vital that perhaps we’ve no right to breakage the harmony just to serve the “self-interest”. Our “own self-interest” does have relation and matter to the “other’s self-interest”. Our existence and necessity does contextual to the other and we have to care about this before use the landscape for our interest. Continue reading Everything is connected ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Homage to the “Bureaucrat” (Part_1) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Bureaucracy has its own philosophy. The ‘Bureaucratic Regime’ is not a shaggy story. It’s an exposure of permanence. Human life is temporary but his action in the world is not like that. Action reflects his permanence. Power and regime are not dying bodily. They have capacity of existence beyond over the time. Bureaucratic potency supply the strength to the regime from behind. Continue reading Homage to the “Bureaucrat” (Part_1) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Entropy of life ⇒ Liyona and Loro Levari as talk and feel it…

Two weeks ago I became concerned about the level of EMF’S in my house. There are all these devices you can buy and they all claim to have amazing shielding capabilities. Somehow however the more I have searched on the Internet, the more my recognition has grown that I am always looking out there for some kind of insurance policy, some feeling that I am in control. I suddenly understood that each of us has within us all the technology that has manifested itself on the outside. We are the most advanced technology. Every other discovery is modeled from our human design and the power behind that design is ( the oneness that we are.) So with this realization I began to use my mind to shield my home. I imagined a beautiful blue egg surrounding all the land around my home going up to the sky and deep into the earth./ Read Liyona’s (blogger: Life and times of a quirky character) and Loro Levari’s (blogger: Dancing the Camino) post to feel what they feel and talk about the entropy of life. Continue reading Entropy of life ⇒ Liyona and Loro Levari as talk and feel it…

Interposed reality ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

The “everything” which could be the cause of germination, the root cause of all escalation and elevation, which maybe the cause-effect of winsome love and nauseate that “you’re in love to somebody”, -does it possible to forget this “everything”? The “everything” that could be the reason of belief and disbelief, trust or distrust and perhaps the cause-effect of goodness and evildoers, -is it possible to forget all these actions by taking a deep long sleep in the dark cave? Does sleep could be the remedy to forget the tittering alarm that “time’s up to wake up and come back to the life, because “everything” is wait for you as well?”… I don’t know the precise answer of these multiple questions, except to following the dizzy sleepers. They’re just now starts walking to reach the market to buy some food. Continue reading Interposed reality ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

The philosophy of suicide ⇒ Massimo Pigliucci’s post on Rationally Speaking Blog

When you feel that you are mismatch in “any context of life” then the adjustment seemed impossible there, you’ve then nothing left to kill your life at any cost. Separation, isolation, detachment, incoherence, apartness… these words almost synonymous to the meaning that life needs comprise with the anomalies, whereas freedom-of-choice is just like the delusion. Life is more societal than the individual is. Societal values and burdens itself a collective “individual” and have to live the moral laws if you wish to be survive. Continue reading The philosophy of suicide ⇒ Massimo Pigliucci’s post on Rationally Speaking Blog

Absolute Truth and the Truth Paradox (for the nonce a final part) ⇒ Bloggers on debate

The working-method of science is not relative to truthfulness. Confidence that “my theory is true” and the condition of the theory (as Hawking mentioned in his book) are quite different. Scientific philosophy is impersonal to the fact, and experimental to the reality. The pragmatism of scientific theory could never work in deductive way what philosophy (and theology also) can do in great extent./… We want to relate science (in extent of truth-paradox and true God) only for three reasons: i. to know something evidential facts of the material world and the body-biology, ii. to infer the evolution process on solid ground of natural selection and genetic evolution (includes the DNA sequencing), iii. to materialize the metaphysical ideas by including the de facto approval of -what reality has to be and what it is. Continue reading Absolute Truth and the Truth Paradox (for the nonce a final part) ⇒ Bloggers on debate

The perfect killing machine (Second Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Knowledge is power and we’re literally practicing the apathetic verb to ignore the billion numbers of less intelligent, less advanced, less educate, less nourished ordinary people in the world. These people live on the less developed zones and even the ghetto or territorial areas of developed nations. We’re flying on the sci-fi and a great majority of the world now wait for the bombardment to wipe out from the landscape before we leave this planet with our artificially super talented robot-human! Perhaps we’re more sensitive to the artificial simulacrum than the original! Continue reading The perfect killing machine (Second Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Allegory of the cave: poetic tribute to the dilemma of false wisdom ⇒ Stephen Dunn, F. Lenzi, Jonathan and Raj Nandy

English philosopher Alfred North Whitehead once commented that the entire western philosophy in a sense “a footnote to Plato.” His comment maybe bit exaggerated but it also the fact that we still love to read, deny, debate and commenting on Plato’s allegorical dialogues. There are lot ways to think and imagine his poetic rhetoric and my selected names tried to do this by their perception and inception to imagine them in a cave. Continue reading Allegory of the cave: poetic tribute to the dilemma of false wisdom ⇒ Stephen Dunn, F. Lenzi, Jonathan and Raj Nandy

Absolute Truth and the Truth Paradox (First Part) ⇒ Bloggers on debate

This life is alike the wisdom-tree and we are the provocative creatures who is carrying the curiosities to pluck the ripened fruits from the tree, despite the prohibition. What is the main reason for this? Why we human are tremendously curious to examine and get the answer of everything belong or hide in the surface? I think the answer should be like this that, we wanted to dig and meant everything, because this everything carries some meaning to our life…. Here I pick two different articles from the two different blog to discuss something about the facts and meaning of life and the Truth Paradox. Continue reading Absolute Truth and the Truth Paradox (First Part) ⇒ Bloggers on debate

“A table is a table”: Ode to the metaphor ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

You like to call the: … Table is table, chair is chair, clock is clock and in this way defines your words to express the feeling of love, hate, envy and lot other millions to prove that you can make word meaningful to the life. What happened, if an old solitary man wanted to change the discipline? What happened if the lunacy going to be lunatic to replace the things to the opposite? Where the decided order goes disordered by this massive replacement? What happened if he started to call the table as carpet, bed as painting, mirror as chair, alarm clock as photo album and in this way change the name of everything in his daily life? Continue reading “A table is a table”: Ode to the metaphor ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

More Choices, More Chaos ⇒ Bryan Ye’s post on medium.com

When we have more choices, the opportunity cost of our decisions increase. If we choose to buy one type of cereal, suddenly it feels as if we’re foregoing the opportunity to buy all the other cereals (unless we’re buying every single type of cereal that exists which would be ridiculous, or genius). However, if we have only one cereal to choose, the opportunity cost is much less apparent. Since the theory of loss aversion dictates that we strongly prefer avoiding losses, it makes sense why we feel so uncomfortable when there are so many choices we don’t know what to choose! Continue reading More Choices, More Chaos ⇒ Bryan Ye’s post on medium.com

Freedom of choice in life ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Life is mine, but I have no choice here. The vision of life has no choice sans to dish up the “other”. The mission, goal, objective and grossly the purpose, they have no alternative here sans to serve the great interest that, “Other’s purpose of life could have depends on your purpose and action to the life.” Conversely, yet I don’t know what does life mean but clearly know that, it’s a one-way relay race of love and hatred, where your “self-interest” is eternal to serve the other. You could think that you serve your own, but the “own” might be good or bad for the “other” and have to take care of this. Continue reading Freedom of choice in life ⇒ Kirno Sohochari