BREAKING NEWS! . . . Brahmin, Buddhist, versions of KARMA, superstitions for self-hypnosis . . .

Rosmah Mansor, What others do to us is their Karma.
How we react is our Karma.
Karmic forces exhaust themselves sooner or later provided Karma is accepted and neutralised.
No one can escape Karma.
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Brahmin (priest caste) and Buddhist versions of Karma are just superstition for self-hypnosis.

Brahmin, Buddhist, versions of KARMA, superstitions for self-hypnosis . . .

Karmic forces exhaust themselves sooner or later, provided neutralised through acceptance!

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THE SECRETS BEHIND THE ART AND SCIENCE OF WRITING IS IN THE LATER PART OF THIS BLOG PIECE ON KARMA . . .

Be passionate about something.

It can be about reading, learning, writing, law, medicine or something else.

Life is about serving others.

Happiness comes from that.

Karma . . .

Never block the clear energy. Those who block the clear energy will be moved out of the way. That’s Karma!

Let the brightest and best lead the Way for All. The best of the worst can learn from the brightest and best.

Let’s allow the free flow of thoughts.

Don’t self-censor, impose censorship or deny the right of reply. We have the right to speak up and speak out on mattwrs of public concern and public interest.

The Constitution enshrines free speech, free Assembly, free Association and freedom of conscience.

What others do to us is their Karma.

How we react is our Karma.

Karma, the 1st eternal law based on eternal truth, is the Law of Cause and Effect.

Karma is about waiting. It’s a waiting game. Karma levels the playing field. No one can act with impunity. No one can get away with anything. It’s true when they say that Karma will get you. It’s about eternal truth. Eternal laws come from eternal truth. Words, whether written, spoken or thought, have power.

Karma is neutral.

It’s human perceptions that see Karma as good, bad, evil, ugly, beautiful, constructive, destructive, optimistic, pessimistic, positive and negative.

Again, Karma is neutral.

Karmic forces exhaust themselves sooner or later but provided it’s accepted and neutralised.

The more we fight Karma, the more it will fight us.

Consider everything that happens as a blessing in disguise. Opportunities often come disguised as problems. Look for the silver lining in the clouds. Count your blessings. Be thankful and grateful so that you will have even more reasons to be thankful tomorrow.

We don’t take Karma with us when we go. We leave them behind.

My take on Karma isn’t based on what’s in Hinduism, Sanatana Dharma or Buddhism but on connecting the dots. Their takes are based on superstitions, self-hypnosis for negativity and misery in life.

Let’s consider why Hindu civilisation collapsed and imploded! It’s KARMA!

Hindu, individual and the collective, swear by great lies, fraud and being party to illegalities including criminal exploitation.

There’s no incentive to work.

Hindu, when given work, will relax first and look at the work later. If they can’t avoid the work, they will force themselves to work. Productivity drops when procastination comes in and zaps momentum and steals time.

Westerners, as individuals, are by nature honest with themselves. They focus on the eternal truth from which arises eternal laws.

Westerners don’t relax first when given work.

They work naturally and take great pleasure in doing it.

Productivity peaks before they take a break.

Other civilisations, like Hindu, also collapsed and imploded when they lost leadership skills and management values. They became headless and clueless.

The Law of Inertia came in . . . a body at rest stays at rest, unless acted upon by external forces.

Another Law of Inertia says that “a body in motion stays in motion, unless acted upon by external forces”.

Osama bin Laden prayed, “Oh Allah, tell us the source and secret of their (western civilisation) great energy and great power. Take them away and give to us”.

He should have asked me.

I could have told him.

Islamic civilisation collapsed and imploded when it no longer had leadership skills and management values.

America . . .

In America, the right hand doesn’t know what the left is doing.

America, as evident from Vietnam and Afghanistan, may be about fighting Karma. The more that America fights Karma, the more that Karma fights it.

India which found Karma by discovery, or probably by revelation — unfortunately distorted by selfish Brahmin into self-serving superstitions promoting self-hypnosis for a life of misery — may be the only nation on Earth which can restrain America on Karma related to the global security framework.

India — a pacer nation protected by geography, winter, the best mountain fighting brigades in the world and 1.3b people — is the only nation on Earth which can put China in its place. That’s KARMA!

Everything is related to everything else.

Russian-majority Crimea was carved from Russia by USSR President Nikita K, a Ukrainian, and given to Ukraine.

Russia took it back after a Referendum.

The USSR had its Black Sea Fleet in Crimea which is a peninsula.

Russia, as the successor state to the USSR, inherited the Black Sea Fleet.

Many Malaysian doctors, majority Indian, were educated in Crimea. Indian have never forgiven Mahathir for withdrawing the recognition of the Crimea State Medical University (CSMU).

CSMU is recognised by the United Kingdom, India, the Commonwealth and other countries.

Resurection . . .

Jesus explained Truth (freeing ourselves) and Faith (seeing things that can exist).

Truth combined with Faith and Commitment (not giving up) takes us to our destination.

Although many people who died have come back to life again in three days, the resurrection of Jesus may not have been physical but spiritual. He appeared for 40 days and 40 nights to his mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and his Disciples and Mary Magdalene.

When the women went to his tomb after three days, it was empty. Some men at the entrance told them the tomb was empty. His clothes were there.

The Romans may have stolen the body of Jesus and secretly buried it or the body of Jesus demolucularised.

According to SadhGuru, spiritualism is about emanicipation of the Spirit, mysticism is about exploration of the mind for no rhyme or reason except for no rhyme or reason and yogic practices are about the realisation of the slight gap between the gross human body and the consciousness for yoga (union) with the universe.

Illusion . . .

Many people believe that Jesus turned water into wine at the wedding in Cana. He may have created the illusion that water was turned into wine.

The universe is an illusion. It’s not reality. It does not exist. Ancient India called the universe Maya (illusion).

The only predictable property of the universe, as ancient India discovered, is chaos. Physicist Dr Stephen Hawkings did not discover that the only predictable property was chaos.

Energy cannot be created nor destroyed but only transferred and transformed. Every energy transfer or transformation increases the randomness of the universe.

Mind . . .

The mind isn’t in our brains only but permeates throughout our entire body. The mind, consciousness, universe, Spirit and God are one and the same thing.

The Word of God does not mean that God came down and said something.

The Word of God and God are synonymous. There’s no God separate from Word of God.

Word of God refers to eternal laws on eternal truth.

All the laws of science are Word of God. Mathematics and Physics are the nearest to God.

Mother Nature — read biology and chemistry — is the Will of God.

“We” are not the gross human body. The gross human body is heritage in the form of two sex cells which went on to gather the energy of the sun through Mother Nature on Mother Earth.

It will be returned to Mother Nature when its time on Mother Earth has run out.

We are not our parents.

Stick to what you can do best. Let others do what they can do best.

Sometimes, you can do something that others can’t do. In that case, stick to that. Don’t do what others can do.

Find something that you can do. Being passionate comes from that.

Writing . . .

Writing needs a great deal of energy. No work is possible without energy.

Likewise, no writing is possible without energy.

Energy is all about momentum. No momentum, no energy.

No energy and no work is possible without a great deal of discipline.

Work must come naturally. It must be done naturally.

There must be pleasure and joy in work.

We must never force ourselves to work.

Productivity drops when procastination comes in and zaps momentum and steals time.

Read intensively and extensively.

Reading is the key to writing.

Writing cannot be taught or learnt from anyone. It has to be observed and discovered through experience.

Read the same book before bed for two years. That’s intensive reading for acquiring writing skills. After two years, get a new book and read for the next two years.

Read another book during the day and never touch it again after completion. That’s extensive reading for building up critical mass, comprehension skills and voculabary and phrase building.

Finally, the day will come.

Start writing on connecting the dots based on all the reading done. There’s originality of thought. That’s original thinking.

There’s no plagiarism or copyright infringement.

If necessary, attribute generally. It’s not necessary to recall specifics in attribution.

The key to good writing lies in rewriting.

Never use a difficult word when a simpler one will do.

Write to express, not impress.

There must be discipline in language.

Think and write in the same language. Don’t think in Hindi, for example, and write in English. Think in English for writing in English.

respond to stimulus and keep the momentum going every day for four hours and stop.

Headline, 1st para, and the other paras will follow if we keep going to the beginning and reading to the end.

When completed, go to the beginning and start reading until the end.

If there’s even one error or change, stop and go to the beginning and start reading again.

Keep repeating the process until we can read from the beginning to the end without detecting even one error or making a change.

Put aside the piece for the day.

Mull over the piece mentally for the rest of the day.

Next day, go through the piece again for four hours.

The whole process starts again on the piece.

It may stay a piece, become an assignment, thesis or any kind of book.

V. S. Naipaul wrote only 250 words a day.

Ernest Hemingway used to rewrite every para nine times and stop. He will never rewrite a para after the nineth time.

One Indian writer, whose name escapes me, wrote 900 pages of a book and stops. Then, she would cut down the book to 400 pages.

She worked in a downstairs room in New York. Her mother, also a writer, worked in a room upstairs.

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Debojeet Chakravarty,

it takes 15 mins to write the first 500 words.

The next 500 words, which comes from the first 500 words, takes longer.

Finalising the 1K words takes 4 hours, maybe 8 hours in two shifts, maybe five days to a week, each day working four hours or eight hours in two shifts.

Don’t write for more than 4 hours at a time.

The key to good writing lies in rewriting.

Rewriting comes from mulling over for inspirations.

Generally, mulling over is done outside the 4 hours and 8 hours in two shifts.

Inspirations, discoveries (by calculations) and revelations (enlightenment) come from God.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

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