Hi, Do you have a license? School kids charged adults for safe Bangladesh ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Any protest against the systematic exploitation of peoples’ right, it must burst some bad smile with true vulgarity; except for this, it cannot shake the system where rosy faces are hungry to smell the ‘deodorized dog shit’, to think it a fragrance… The boys who were in the dreamy movement and who were not there due to the adverse ambiance, a majority of them will be lost in course of time; few among of them remain after this, they will have a chance to rebuild the world for upcoming descendants. The ‘robust few’ will appear as a leader for the future generation. How they achieve it by living on today’s unpleasant ambiance?—the question is vital, but today’s protester must find the answer through his self-learning… Continue reading Hi, Do you have a license? School kids charged adults for safe Bangladesh ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Israelite – the hangover is yet not over ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… leaders of Israelite are narcissus. Jewish priests count others according to their own suffering. They think other human races hate Jewish because the amorphous God has chosen them as a preserver of true scripture and prophethood. They think Mount Sinai or Gabal Musa is their own property; other claimants have stolen it from the Jews scriptures, and they cannot tolerate Jewish due to the shameful act they have done before… Israelite will stay in Israel at any cost and if he lives in other countries, he will live there according to his own segregation and seclusion. He will take care of himself and will take more care to armor his residence with barbed wire… This inner enticement makes the Jewish community stubborn and conservative. They marked Israel as the only heaven for them in today’s hostile world. Israelite in all over the world treats this land their heavenly child who deserve caring. They don’t hesitate to take one-sighted eyes for caring this land. Israelite strangely still marked them self-sufficing when they are talking about Israel. The world’s access is prohibited in this barbed wire world… Continue reading Israelite – the hangover is yet not over ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

An untold story of the lopsided GDP ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… What a joke it is we have no choice to defend this! Nor we have any freedom to deny the index which make-bound us to suck the monstrous penis of profit mongers. We ‘ordinary people’ have already swallowed the immense pressure of market inflation, and have pleasing to take the new tax burden on our squat shoulder in excuse of progress in GDP index… GDP econometrics maybe essential to get a plausible picture. Anyway, what be the benefit of this when it hides the reality that many people perhaps yet living ‘worst life’ under the immense pressure of global capitalism despite the provocative jingle of poverty reduction? Does the colorful econometric be able to debunk the fact that is, progress on GDP or Per Capita cannot make a nation happy until it covers all the untold and unfinished story behind it… Continue reading An untold story of the lopsided GDP ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Blindfolded Sacrifice ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… … Let me told about the weird thing before started another restless wrestle with the life. The morning is rainy. Breakfast table pushed me to measure the day with Eliotic ‘coffee spoon’. When the poet was alive in his human life, he measured his life-burden in the sip of a coffee spoon… … Pathetic and shameful, but what he could do when life commanded him to run in the street of taking over the exotic burden on his tiny shoulders. Human life is frail, but he is obliged to run in the street likely the street dog run every day for pouncing food to the others. Today’s morning is not exceptional in that sense; but something impregnate in the busy street clutched me to think that, ‘no, today is different and the street is loaded by animal instead of people, vehicle or the infamous suicide bombers’… Continue reading Blindfolded Sacrifice ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

O Penury and the surplus affluence (Final Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

We were not different to the savage. Our life is not comfortable compared to the sylvan, nor do we live happiest and coziest life than a woodlander. Nature is not heaven and our self-declared heaven is same too. This realization is realistic, though we evenly tried to ignore it by showing our enlightened progress even more. Affluence or poverty is the impact of this pretentious consideration. No system can change the system if we failed to change our perception about life, social class, property utilization and distribution, labor division and a lot other self-made hegemonic wording./ … We need some deep poetic views, needed to look in deep as a philosopher does, and indeed spread our canvas to the grand landscape of natural life to define our position in there. We needed this to realize the rootless journey and backing it again to the root so we can live a balanced life, before closing the chapter of this planetary life. Sometimes a poet or an artist guided us better in such type of ensemble. SM Sultan, the resident of penury-affected Bangladesh was maybe one of the rare. He ignored the system which makes a man (and be the nation) indebted to carry the false perception of humanity, enlightenment and so on. Continue reading O Penury and the surplus affluence (Final Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

O Penury and the Surplus Affluence (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Surplus wealth is not beauty if it is abortive to reach every human creature. Competency for being wealthy looks ugly if it creates redundancy, where Peter gets little (or nothing) and Paul gets extravagant compare his need. Human civilization now overflowed by surpluses. Yes overflowed and loaded by surplus knowledge, surplus technology, surplus life expectancy for surplus consumption of nature and everything existed in the planet. That mean human discovers and utilizes nature with more efficiency but forget to learn from nature. They utilize their competency to create surplus wealth but forget to create the equilibrium between all surpluses… Continue reading O Penury and the Surplus Affluence (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

The duality of what we are doing, L.M. Sacasas post on “The frailest thing” blog

One craze of digital guru’s I yet not understand, how the today’s collective plebeian partake the “error trial” process (to protect the fear of loss or extinction) when they bound to take everything manufactured by the modernistic “collective” (great hidden players), whom they treat their fate-maker? Nothing in today is plebeian’s hand (even their life-and-death indeed); the decider is here either lab-scientists, techno-gurus, or the ploy-makers politicians. They can elect their leader to guide them but if the leader truly guide them-or-not, is depends on hundreds complicated factors, where everything is uncertain… Continue reading The duality of what we are doing, L.M. Sacasas post on “The frailest thing” blog

Intersection-reality: where poetry meets mathematics ⇒ JoAnne Growney’s post-contribution in Poetry with mathematics blog

The necessity of mathematics needed here to depict a pragmatic logical picture that was maybe more metaphysical in poetics and philosophy, but it doesn’t mean or ensure that the poet’s (and philosophers) imagination about reality is false and mathematical model is utterly true. We could say mathematical model sound better to reasoning the reality indeed. This is the “intersection” between poetry and mathematics, which JoAnne Growney mentioned in her blog-site’s refrain… Continue reading Intersection-reality: where poetry meets mathematics ⇒ JoAnne Growney’s post-contribution in Poetry with mathematics blog

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

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

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…

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

Therapeutic perspectives on the Trump victory ⇒ VioletWisp post on “violetwisp” blog

In a situation like this, I think it’s useful to ponder more therapeutic perspectives. This is not simply a peculiar victory of arrogance, fear and alienation over compassion, inclusion and human progress. So let’s consider some thoughts to dull the pain and calm the palpitations. Continue reading Therapeutic perspectives on the Trump victory ⇒ VioletWisp post on “violetwisp” blog

Why Social Contract arguments are almost always wrong ⇒ Shengwu’s article on “Trolley Problem” blog

Few top-tier debaters, and virtually no professional political philosophers, would nowadays make or defend the social contract argument as it is used in debating today. Here’s why: Social contract arguments are transparently false and intellectually dishonest, even though they are so commonplace in debating that most debaters don’t question their basic premises. Let’s run through several interpretations of what a ‘social contract’ could mean, and see why they are all deeply problematic./ Read the point blogger Shengwu raised in his article for further argument and debate. Continue reading Why Social Contract arguments are almost always wrong ⇒ Shengwu’s article on “Trolley Problem” blog

From Orwell to Trump: When Does Egoism Become Narcissism? — Catherine Buni

Read Catherine Buni‘s interesting post in Literary Hub.com … Never before, it seems, has it been so clear that the likable and the righteous quite possibly shan’t inherit anything, with literature being perhaps the least of our worries. In the real world, … Continue reading From Orwell to Trump: When Does Egoism Become Narcissism? — Catherine Buni