From August Timmermans firstname.lastname@example.org to "Tusar N. Mohapatra" email@example.com date 20 October 2010 10:06 subject today's hot topics
Dear Mr. Tusar,
Although I haven't written for some time I do keep an eye on your website's postings to see what subject matter is today's hot topic.
What intrigues me the most is that subjects like 'the book', or 'the writer', or the 'Trustees', or 'That Individual', or 'That Translation' and so on, are all addressed in a manner that is not different from what we see happening worldwide in politics and religions and clashing cultures. People want me to believe that god is stupid.
Today, individuals write and shout openly and directly to the persons they dislike, using abusive language and speak with a righteousness and conviction that make their stupidity so obvious for everyone except for themselves and for their like-minded buddies.
Today, the self-centered walk around with 'megaphones' so everyone can hear them and they are convinced they are doing the right thing for their society, for their community, for their religion, for their collective. They know what should change and insist on this change, although it might all be as shallow and empty as a tv commercial. They want me to believe that god is stupid.
That this happens worldwide is a sign of times, of course, but it is not the sign of true change as stupidity is not the kind of reference people should be clinging to.
It is striking that we have today imposing individuals who think they can speak for a majority. These individuals think they need to do the 'reasoning' for others and the others just need to follow them, support them, so they will become official leaders, pulling the country, the religion, the collective into the direction of new 'promises'.
Their 'direction' is one of hollow reasoning, shallow thinking, raw and empty emotions. Individuals behave as if there is no time to lose in making their opinions heard. The same for this yoga collective. Obviously, Kali Yuga is in full swing, while I also believe that the actions triggered by Satya Yuga also trigger the greatest stupidities in the average person. Hopefully it will also trigger awareness in the process of coming out of this nonsense. August Timmermans 20/10/10