Fanatics don’t hold opinions – their opinions hold them
May09

Fanatics don’t hold opinions – their opinions hold them

We sometimes find some people irrationally attached to their opinions – attached to the point of being fanatical. Their…

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Knowledge in the mode of ignorance increases ignorance, not knowledge
May03

Knowledge in the mode of ignorance increases ignorance, not knowledge

Suppose a person goes deep into an unending dark tunnel. The deeper they go into the tunnel, the further they go from the light.…

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Overcompensation doesn’t restore balance; it aggravates imbalance
Feb04

Overcompensation doesn’t restore balance; it aggravates imbalance

Suppose we are driving a car and find it steering off-course towards another lane. Alarmed, we move the steering wheel rapidly,…

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Our mind makes us blind intermittently and colorblind incessantly
Jan17

Our mind makes us blind intermittently and colorblind incessantly

Our mind can blind us when it gets infatuated by certain desires and can see only the immediate pleasures available through…

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Ignorance makes people use reason unreasonably

Some people say, “Science is based on reason, whereas religion is based on superstition. So we should use scientific …

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Knowledge in ignorance is tiny, at best vastly tiny
Aug11

Knowledge in ignorance is tiny, at best vastly tiny

‘Knowledge in ignorance’ is an oxymoron, the placing of contradictory words next to each other to convey a deeper meaning.…

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