People operate with diverse systems of belief and we can live with this incoherence - Political Theology: Four New Chapters on the Concept of Sovereignty - Page 118 - Paul W. Kahn - 2011 - Preview - More editions In the postmodern world, the...1 month ago
Savitri Era of those who adore, Om Sri Aurobindo and The Mother.
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Monday 12 February 2007
Pyramid of Life By Brandon Peele Two important aspects of a properly constructed base are:
Infinity principle. The infinity principle requires us to build congruence amongst our values, philosophy, spirituality, impact, character, ethics, etc. such that it resonates with an infinitely large time frame. That is, our foundation must expand infinitely such that the actions which arise from it are not bound by time, but rather will serve the universe/humanity regardless of whether our time frame is 5 seconds or 5 trillion years.
Contradictory principle. As Aurobindo so astutely observed, nothing can be true unless its opposite is also true in its own time and place. There exists no absolute truth. Even the existence of man or God can be negated given a certain perspective or set of parameters. Thus, our foundations must be flexible enough so as to be able to adapt, understand and assimilate all assertions, negating none. Absolutism in any regard must be eliminated - even the assertion that absolutism be eliminated must not be viewed as absolute. Spin, spin! O circle of logic!