Academic Courses   Leave a comment


The academic courses of today needs a complete change in the content and the method of teachings. This parrot method of teaching and learning is very bucolic to tech-edged children.

The new education needs to update the course book with latest research information. It should be about building a good human being, and enhancing their passion, desires and capacity to full extent.

Our education should be such as enjoyable as if like the mobile usage, youtube, videos watching, pictures, where amusement prevails while learning. Let’s not create a soldier, a worker, wisdom-less, a robot through education.

our education needs to develop from simplicity to complexity, homogeneity to heterogeneity. I am just a visitor in this world and I utter here to say that let the children of the future live in more peace, harmony and developed with technology and wisdom. A harmony with nature and between all sentient beings. In recent years, the world is going more complex while the children’s ability is regressing.

Posted May 28, 2020 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

Human Consciousness and Dependency   Leave a comment


Two humans’ journey in life is individualistic, however, a certain social norms and values are to be respected in terms – ‘our actions should not harm either yourself or others.’

However, due to our in ability to control our 6 senses, we are always fall into a pit problem which regresses your journey. It even curtails your spiritual journey, when you entangle in one problem. So, how the problem is brought up? it should seek at the level of consciousness.

Two individuals have their level of consciousness at deepest, which is conditioned to different experiences in the past. It erupts now when it is disturb in the present circumstances and according to your past experience you respond.

We each put our superficial consciousness at different things at different point of time, even at moment by moment because of individual differences in their innate interest, desires, where one or other is always pulling or pushing each other. Like a mother or a father desires his son to become something in future without understanding his son’s interest and desires.

In a relation, After one is given birth, he or she becomes a separate entity. The consciousness is segregated even before birth, but dependency is different than consciousness. This is the fundamental idiosyncrasy in understanding culminates the misunderstandings, ultimately the struggle begins here. The exploration of new avenues of life, wisdom and intricate relationships with all sentient beings in this evolutionary processes has been barricaded by the thought limits of the fathers, grand fathers’ view points of our existence. So, do not stop the growth of your children, sometimes, even if they may have to struggle with dark phases, it is their own struggle to figure it out their strength, and it is inevitable which makes them a human.

We definitely depend upon our forefathers’ consciousness and food, shelter, clothing. However, if their or social structure’s and super structure’s dominion role also delimits the human potential with their wrong views. Father, Mother, society want children to fully developed however, with the entanglement with rules, precepts, conditions rather than from experiencing themselves from simplicity to complexity, homogeneity to heterogeneity of life system.

The way i see the world is that there is nothing that can stop a human being to be a full fledged flying freely like a bird in the open blue sky.

Posted May 27, 2020 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

Buddha will Rise Again   Leave a comment


First of all, google the word meaning of ‘hindu’ originally.
 
Their story is fabricated imaginarily. Their many baseless story was written in 15th century around. Even this hindu word was not coined during those days. During those period, this current nation was dynamically fragmented, not in unison as today. Frantic childish fanatics cause trouble in accepting the fact that there was only Buddha, and there was no any of so called gods of hindus as said in their epic. Otherwise there has never been transformed so many western world to the buddha’s education and churches are getting empty.
 
These recent hindu were so racist about color that in their choice, they bereaved the blacks skin and portrayed them as Devil, demons. Buddha land is that place where the buddha’s education is educated, accepted. Their story of gods were killers, nepotism based characters, totally slavery natured, hooked and crooked. While Buddha is different, and it is real, not like their imaginative story lines. Many of their characters were written in the form copied from Buddha’s story in terms of power, dresses and respect.
 
Now their time is over, the new generation who are educated, scientific and intelligibly bold will act as heterodox to the orthodox. Buddha will rise again. 

Posted May 24, 2020 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

Kalama Sutta:Buddha


2500 years earlier To the People of Kalamas.

I have heard that on one occasion the Blessed One, on a wandering tour among the Kosalans with a large Saṅgha of monks, arrived at Kesaputta, a town of the Kālāmas. The Kālāmas of Kesaputta heard it said, “Gotama the contemplative, full of wisdom—the son of the Sakyans, having gone forth from the Sakyan clan—has arrived at Kesaputta. And of that blessed on, Gotama, his fine reputation has spread: ‘He is indeed a Blessed One, worthy & rightly, fully self-awakened, supreme in clear-knowing & conduct, Well-Gone, an expert with regard to the cosmos, unexcelled trainer of people fit to be tamed, teacher of devas & human beings, awakened, revered, blessed. He has made known—having realized it through direct knowledge—this world with its devas, Māras, & Brahmās, this generation with its contemplatives & brahmans, its royalty & common people. He has explained the Dhamma admirable and welfare in the beginning; admirable and welfare in the middle and admirable, welfare in the end. It is good to see such a worthy one.’”

So, the inhabitants, Kālāmas of Kesaputta went to the Blessed One. On arrival, paid homage to the Blessed One and sat to one side. Some of them exchanged courteous greetings with him and, after an exchange of friendly greetings & courtesies, sat to one side. Some of them sat to one side having saluted him with their joined hands’ palm-to-palm. Some of them sat to one side having announced their name & family clan. Some of them sat to one side in silence.

The Kālāmas of Kesaputta said to the Blessed One, “Venerable sir, there are some contemplatives & brahmans who come to Kesaputta. They expound & glorify their own doctrines, but as for the doctrines of others, they deprecate them, disparage them, show contempt for them, & pull them to pieces. And then other contemplatives & brahmans come to Kesaputta. They expound & glorify their own doctrines, but as for the doctrines of others, they deprecate them, disparage them, show contempt for them, & pull them to pieces. They leave us absolutely uncertain & in doubt: Which of these venerable contemplatives & brahmans are speaking the truth, and which ones are lying?”

Buddha: “Of course, It is proper for you, Kalamas, to doubt on uncertain, Kālāmas. Do not Believe in Anything (simply) because you have heard it. Do not Believe in Traditions Because they have been handed down for Many Generations. Do not Believe in Anything because it is Spoken and Rumoured by Many. Do not Believe in Anything (simply) because It is Found Written in your Religious Books. Do not Believe in Anything Merely on the Authority Of your Teachers and Elders. But after Observation and Analyses, When you find that Anything agrees with Reason And is Conducive to the Good and Benefit of one and all Then Accept it and Live up to it.’

When you know for yourselves that, ‘These qualities are unskillful; these qualities are blameworthy; these qualities are criticized by the observant; these qualities, when adopted & carried out, lead to harm & to suffering’—then you should abandon them.

“What do you think, Kālāmas? When greed arises in a person, does it arise for welfare or for harm?”

Kalamas: “For harm, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “And this greedy person, overcome by greed, his mind possessed by greed, kills living beings, takes what is not given, goes after another person’s wife, tells lies, and induces others to do likewise, all of which is for long-term harm & suffering.”

Kalamas: “Yes, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “Now, what do you think, Kālāmas? When aversion arises in a person, does it arise for welfare or for harm?”

Kalamas: “For harm, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “And this aversive person, overcome by aversion, his mind possessed by aversion, kills living beings, takes what is not given, goes after another person’s wife, tells lies, and induces others to do likewise, all of which is for long-term harm & suffering.”

Kalamas: “Yes, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “Now, what do you think, Kālāmas? When delusion arises in a person, does it arise for welfare or for harm?”

Kalamas: “For harm, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “And this deluded person, overcome by delusion, his mind possessed by delusion, kills living beings, takes what is not given, goes after another person’s wife (commits adultery), tells lies, and induces others to do likewise, all of which is for long-term harm & suffering.”

Kalamas: “Yes, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “So what do you think, Kālāmas: Are these qualities skillful or unskillful?”

Kalamas: “Unskillful, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “Blameworthy or blameless?”

Kalamas: “Blameworthy, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “Criticized by the wise or praised by the wise?”

Kalamas: “Criticized by the wise, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “When adopted & carried out, do they lead to harm & to suffering, or not?”

Kalamas: “When adopted & carried out, they lead to harm & to suffering. That is how it appears to us.”

Buddha: “So, as I said, Kālāmas: ‘Don’t go by reports, by legends, by traditions, by scripture, by logical conjecture, by inference, by analogies, by agreement through pondering views, by probability, or by the thought, “This contemplative is our teacher.” When you know for yourselves that, “These qualities are unskillful; these qualities are blameworthy; these qualities are criticized by the observant; these qualities, when adopted & carried out, lead to harm & to suffering”—then you should abandon them.’ Thus was it said. And in reference to this was it said.

“Now, Kālāmas, don’t go by reports, by legends, by traditions, by scripture, by logical conjecture, by inference, by analogies, by agreement through pondering views, by probability, or by the thought, ‘This contemplative is our teacher.’ When you know for yourselves that, ‘These qualities are skillful; these qualities are blameless; these qualities are praised by the observant; these qualities, when adopted & carried out, lead to welfare & to happiness’—then you should enter & remain in them.

“What do you think, Kālāmas? When lack of greed arises in a person, does it arise for welfare or for harm?”

Kalamas: “For welfare, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “And this ungreedy person, not overcome by greed, his mind not possessed by greed, doesn’t kill living beings, take what is not given, go after another person’s wife, tell lies, or induce others to do likewise, all of which is for long-term welfare & happiness.”

Kalamas: “Yes, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “What do you think, Kālāmas? When lack of aversion arises in a person, does it arise for welfare or for harm?”

Kalamas: “For welfare, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “And this unaversive person, not overcome by aversion, his mind not possessed by aversion, doesn’t kill living beings, take what is not given, go after another person’s wife, tell lies, or induce others to do likewise, all of which is for long-term welfare & happiness.”

Kalamas: “Yes, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “What do you think, Kālāmas? When lack of delusion arises in a person, does it arise for welfare or for harm?”

Kalamas: “For welfare, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “And this undeluded person, not overcome by delusion, his mind not possessed by delusion, doesn’t kill living beings, take what is not given, go after another person’s wife, tell lies, or induce others to do likewise, all of which is for long-term welfare & happiness.”

Kalamas: “Yes, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “So what do you think, Kālāmas: Are these qualities skillful or unskillful?”

Kalamas: “Skillful, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “Blameworthy or blameless?”

Kalamas: “Blameless, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “Criticized by the wise or praised by the wise?”

Kalamas: “Praised by the wise, Venerable sir.”

Buddha: “When adopted & carried out, do they lead to welfare & to happiness, or not?”

Kalamas: “When adopted & carried out, they lead to welfare & to happiness. That is how it appears to us.”

Buddha: “So, as I said, Kālāmas: ‘Don’t go by reports, by legends, by traditions, by scripture, by logical conjecture, by inference, by analogies, by agreement through pondering views, by probability, or by the thought, “This contemplative is our teacher.” When you know for yourselves that, “These qualities are skillful; these qualities are blameless; these qualities are praised by the observant; these qualities, when adopted & carried out, lead to welfare & to happiness”—then you should enter & remain in them.’ Thus was it said. And in reference to this was it said.

“Now, Kālāmas, one who is a disciple of the noble ones—thus devoid of greed, devoid of ill will, undeluded, alert, & resolute—keeps pervading the first direction [the east]—as well as the second direction, the third, & the fourth—with an awareness imbued with goodwill. Thus, he keeps pervading above, below, & all around, everywhere & in every respect the all-encompassing cosmos with an awareness imbued with goodwill: abundant, expansive, immeasurable, free from hostility, free from ill will.

“He keeps pervading the first direction—as well as the second direction, the third, & the fourth—with an awareness imbued with compassion. Thus, he keeps pervading above, below, & all around, everywhere & in every respect the all-encompassing cosmos with an awareness imbued with compassion: abundant, expansive, immeasurable, free from hostility, free from ill will.

“He keeps pervading the first direction—as well as the second direction, the third, & the fourth—with an awareness imbued with empathetic joy. Thus, he keeps pervading above, below, & all around, everywhere & in every respect the all-encompassing cosmos with an awareness imbued with empathetic joy: abundant, expansive, immeasurable, free from hostility, free from ill will.

“He keeps pervading the first direction—as well as the second direction, the third, & the fourth—with an awareness imbued with equanimity. Thus, he keeps pervading above, below, & all around, everywhere & in every respect the all-encompassing cosmos with an awareness imbued with equanimity: abundant, expansive, immeasurable, free from hostility, free from ill will.

“Now, Kālāmas, one who is a disciple of the noble ones—his mind thus free from hostility, free from ill will, undefiled, & pure—acquires four assurances in the here & now:

“‘If there is a world after death, if there is the fruit & result of actions rightly & wrongly done, then this is the basis by which, with the break-up of the body, after death, I will reappear in a good destination, a heavenly world.’ This is the first assurance he acquires.

“‘But if there is no world after death, if there is no fruit & result of actions rightly & wrongly done, then here in the present life I look after myself with ease—free from hostility, free from ill will, free from trouble.’ This is the second assurance he acquires.

“‘If evil is done through acting, still I have willed no evil for anyone. Having done no evil action, from where will suffering touch me?’ This is the third assurance he acquires.

“‘But if no evil is done through acting, then I can assume myself pure in both respects.’ This is the fourth assurance he acquires.

“One who is a disciple of the noble ones—his mind thus free from hostility, free from ill will, undefiled, & pure—acquires these four assurances in the here & now.”

“So it is, Blessed One. So it is, Oh! One Well-Gone. One who is a disciple of the noble ones—his mind thus free from hostility, free from ill will, undefiled, & pure—acquires four assurances in the here & now:

“‘If there is a world after death, if there is the fruit & result of actions rightly & wrongly done, then this is the basis by which, with the break-up of the body, after death, I will reappear in a good destination, a heavenly world.’ This is the first assurance he acquires.

“‘But if there is no world after death, if there is no fruit & result of actions rightly & wrongly done, then here in the present life I look after myself with ease—free from hostility, free from ill will, free from trouble.’ This is the second assurance he acquires.

“‘If evil is done through acting, still I have willed no evil for anyone. Having done no evil action, from where will suffering touch me?’ This is the third assurance he acquires.

“‘But if no evil is done through acting, then I can assume myself pure in both ways.’ This is the fourth assurance he acquires.

“One who is a disciple of the noble ones—his mind thus free from hostility, free from ill will, undefiled, & pure—acquires these four assurances in the here & now.

Kalamas: “Magnificent, Venerable sir! Magnificent! Just as if he were to place upright what was overturned, to reveal what was hidden, to show the way to one who was lost, or to carry a lamp into the dark so that those with eyes could see forms, in the same way has the Blessed One—through many lines of reasoning—made the Dhamma clear. We go to the Blessed One for refuge, to the Dhamma, and to the Saṅgha of monks. May the Blessed One remember us as lay followers who have gone to him for refuge, from this day forward, for life.”

Posted May 24, 2020 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

Evolutionary Theorists   Leave a comment


  1. Evolutionary theories are based on the assumption that societies gradually change from simple beginnings into even more complex forms. Early sociologists beginning with Auguste Comte believed that human societies evolve in a unilinear way- that is in one line of development.

Criticism 1: This understanding has come from science especially the biology part rather than social studies. But human is not only the body, he/she has mind part which has incomparable capacities than other species. So, this evolutionary theory fails to explain.

criticism 2: in the evolutionary process, everything is transformed to new form. Then, how come all the developed stages of animals from single cell to multi-cellular organism, all still exists. In short, monkey, apes must have already been eliminated from this system because they were already replaced by human.

criticism 3: Evolution does not fit to species formation. The consciousness play more in the way someone born into, If you take a view from Buddha’s context, he said, ‘Your consciousness is the root of development into beings’. A good karmic consciousness develops into higher beings, while vice-versa.

Posted May 24, 2020 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

Your Prayers   2 comments


The prayers, devotion, reverence were supposed to come from faith after fully comprehending the science of the cause and effect of the working system of this universe and life cycle. From inside – the prayers flows out after comprehending the wisdom or even comes naturally from every step rising upward of the ladder of the spirituality. Like with simplicity, water flows down from mountain to plain without force, with naturally.

you do prayer job because you were told to do so. Your guru has assisted in lowering your intelligence because you do not think, you just believe. Your belief is a blind belief in the name of truth- a illusioned belief. You are still blind, who is following a blind preacher. Your belief is like a probable casino dice game, which comes once in a while in your favor when you wait. So, your belief has become Prayers have let us to become the slave. In your prayers, you are a beggar. Your prayer is a routine. You do remember prayer prose like a parrot, actually you are a true Parrot. Your prayer is not a philosophy, it is a fear, it is expectations of worldly desires.

In the beginning, you have to test at every step like pass examine of school years. But, without passing the grade 1, you have got a certificate of graduation. The faith, reverence, devotion is the last step of spiritual journey after your truth realize. Your intelligence is dull. Take a path from skepticism to reverence.

My prayer is simply a thank you and just a gratitude only.

Posted May 19, 2020 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

Rethink Religion   1 comment


Life is not about this that what you gain or what you like, it is about what you have become. when you die and How many people cry, it is the criteria that whether you have learned an art of living or not.

If you believe in god as savior, then why doesn’t he come to save you here and right now? If he takes you to heaven, then why doesn’t he take you here and right now? Innocent and Ignorant people have made an illusion which is baseless, therefore, they do not come to rescue you. If you read their stories, neither they were able to save themselves nor they came to save you. Even if there is your god, then, how many times he or she will come to rescue you. If your god comes to rescue you every time, i can tell either your god is not your god, he or she is your servant. Every time you fall, your servant come to save you. So called your god is a leech, not a preacher. They listen to you when you order in the name of request or prayers. In case, they rescue you, will it ever help you grow at spirituality? does it help you to grow at higher knowledge and higher realization? For example, if your children to fail in exam but if you pass them with bribery, then, will your children automatically internalizes with wisdom all failed class education? The law of nature works exactly like your children’s ability to study. What is happening to this mind of these 21st century people?

If you god listens to you, then, you have no right to fight with your wife, husband, father, mother, sister, friend and enemy. Just solve your all problem with god together. Don’t trouble your family members, friends, enemies again – Ask your god to fulfill your desires.
I am sure, if he were truly a god, he would have said to you ‘ your destiny is your karma’s result’.

Posted May 18, 2020 by arjunlimbu in Uncategorized

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