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Tell me,, Who the God is?? .
If there is an effect, there is a cause.. Tell me I m not able to understand who the God is..?? A very honest apprehension. There is nothing to discuss.. Like the Rigveda (A Indian text collection that compiles 1,028 Vedic Sanskrit hymns and 10,600 verses) says, "We don't know what it is but we know it is.. "
If there is an effect, there must be a cause.. There are creations around me so there is a creator.
This brings us to the most important questions "Then who is this God..??" The second law of cause an effect, "effect is nothing but cause itself in a different form." "The creator is emboden inside the creation." "Aren't the sun rays is a sun in a different form..??"
"Isn't the gold necklace is a gold in a different form??"
" Aaham Bramhasmee" ( I m the Bhramh / I m the creator).
I may not have been awaken to the point where I m able to see the Devine manifestation within me yet.
But as Bible says, "God created human beings after his own image."
This means in essence in every breathing aatma there is some extract of God which is deposited.
In every creation, creator is present.. In every form, formless is present.
Afterall in the presence of the formless only the form functional otherwise it does not function.
So " Aaham Bramhasmee "
" Che Gueara "
Since his death, Guevara has become a legendary political figure. His name is often equated with rebellion, revolution and socialism. Others, however, remember that he could be ruthless and ordered prisoners executed without trial in Cuba. In any case, Guevara's life continues to be a subject of great public interest and has been explored and portrayed in numerous books and films, including The Motorcycle Diaries (2004), which starred Gael García Bernal as Guevara, and the two-part biopic Che (2008). India was among the first nations to recognize Cuba following the 1959 Cuban revolution. Following the revolution, Fidel Castro sent Ernesto "Che" Guevara to India on a two-week visit. Upon his return to Cuba, Guevara wrote, "In India, the word war is so distant from the spirit of the people that they did not use it even in the tensest moments of their struggle for independence. The great demonstrations of collective peaceful discontent forced the English colonialism to leave forever the land that they devastated during one hundred and fifty years."
Before The Smile Jamaica concert, gunmen attacked Marley's home, and he was shot in the upper arm. Doctors warned him that removing the bullet might cause him to lose control of his fingers. Thus, the bullet would remain in his arm for the rest of his life. Marley couldn't imagine a world in which he wasn't able to play instruments.
Marley refused to be deterred by this violent incident, and two days later, on Dec. 5, he delivered an inspired performance before 80,000 people. It was one of the most monumental shows of his career. When asked why he still played the concert after getting shot, Bob righteously stated,
" The people who are trying to make this world worse aren't taking a day off. How can i..?? "
The Smile Jamaica concert and the events that led up to it helped inspire one of Marley's most radical and revolutionary albums.