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The real utility of Moral ethics is for the times when one faces choices that are repugnant. In normal times, there is not much morality to exercise. Western moral constructs need crutches of theories and pre-determined ideas to make decisions when situations are not straight-forward. Morality, therefore, depends on edicts
When I listen to the debate in the West on Evolution vs Creationism, I am often amused. Both the ways, heated camps in their own right are either incorrect or incomplete. For, such a debate is not even possible – nor warranted – in the Eastern Spiritual circles – fashioned as they are
When Jiddu Krishnamurti died, Osho expressed his thoughts on him as a being and his work. Its relevance, its longevity and its usefulness. It is worth reading. The discussion has been called “Death of the mystic, J. Krishnamurti” What Osho said about J. Krishnamurti and his work on his death
Here is a very interesting discussion on Hinduism and Science by Krista Tippett from On Being radio program that airs on some of the partner city channels of NPR. It is part of the American Public Media. She is talking to a Physicist and “Hindu Scholar” VV Raman. Varadaraja V.
Dr Stuart Hameroff, Professor Emeritus at the Departments of Anesthesiology and Psychology and the Director of the Centre of Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona, and British physicist Sir Roger Penrose have come up with a new and interesting theory Orchestrated Objective Reduction (Orch-OR). It can also be called