Tomorrow's thought today

1

There is no subconscious mind. There is only computer-programmed brain and consciousness.    By JP

2

The apparent subconscious mind is temporary, conditional and contextual.    By JP

3

Our first apparel after being born was the first attack on our freedom.    By JP

4

In politics, discipline and servility are synonymous.    By JP

5

Democracy is a beautiful prostitute.    By JP

6

God is the only principle that can be reinvented.    By JP

7

Using research as an ultimate tool to study human nature is a mistake as research is material-based and human nature is spiritual-based    By JP

8

The greatest discovery is the discovery of the discoverer.    By JP

9

It is a belittling of women, to make men the limit of the yardstick meant for assessing the emancipation of women.    By JP

10

Religion sans practice is like a garland given to a monkey.    By JP

11

As two people are very different, so is their religion.    By JP

12

The best help to others is to be good to others.    By JP

13

Don´t we stop water gathering before it drowns us? And so should we treat our emotions.    By JP

14

Judge one´s word by action, action by motive, motive by spirit, spirit by result, result by utility, utility by magnitude.    By JP

15

Democracy, socialism and communism are worse than prostitution under a corrupt regime.    By JP

16

Democracy is more concerned about vote banks and less concerned about voters.     By JP

17

Our education teaches about everything in and around us except about ourselves.    By JP

18

Fire is in the fuel that flares, not in the spark that causes it. Similar is the role of the opposite gender - just to cause a spark.   By JP

19

Truth is one; lies are many.   By JP

20

Logic splits the universal consciousness, arguments multiply the split.   By JP

21

The weak share the suffering, others suffer the sharing.   By JP

22

Democracy is mediocracy; it is of, for and by the mediocre.   By JP

23

The wise prefer something better than democracy as it is not the best governance.   By JP

24

Democracy is its own enemy as it is a mix of both good and bad.   By JP

25

Democracy sans proper education is the most absurd idea.   By JP

26

True religion is synonymous with superior knowledge.   By JP

27

To study the mind make it steady; when it is steady the study is over.   By JP

28

Love, like river, seldom flows up.   By JP

29

Most people of the world enjoy absolute freedom  only in the toilet.   By JP

30

Invention is creative science; quotation is creative art.   By JP

31

Politics without morals enriches the politician and impoverishes the people.   By JP

32

Partisan politics is the root cause of political corruption.   By JP

33

The best way to weed out corruption in politics is to vote for merit alone. Cleansed politics will ensure a clean Government   By JP

34

True religion alone can lay claim to genuine secularism; all other shades of secularism are pseudo-secularism and fodder for narrow politics.    By JP

35

Education that does not address the problems of both home and society is worthless.    By JP

36

Banish that education that cannot redeem the society from decadence.    By JP

37

Education irrelevant to real life is a futile exercise.    By JP

38

All those who teach are not teachers; Only whose teaching is understood by the taught is a teacher.    By JP

39

Religion has logic, but believers have no logic, for, belief and logic are incompatible.    By JP

40

Politics is the art of manipulating apparent truth and falsehood.    By JP

41

Absurdity coupled with authority gains validity.    By JP

42

Thought is the ladder to go up or down. The wise always go up while others recycle them.    By JP

43

The purpose of education is not just to make a living, but to make a worthy life.    By JP

44

Books as such cannot reach every nook and corner of the world instantly. But its contents can - through the Internet.    By JP

45

When you work for achieving something you may get it. When you renounce the desire and work for the same thing you get much more.    By JP

46

Science is a subject with a hazy beginning and a hazy end.    By JP

47

Initial study of science takes one to rationalism, but the advanced study reverses it.    By JP

48

Who speaks about secularism without being religious is only babbling.    By JP

49

Great philosophers and psychologists are only kids playing on the edge of a playground while the serious play is inside the court played by spiritual giants.    By JP

50

Mistaken idea about God has done more harm to the world than anything else.    By JP

51

Secularism is the cool shadow of true religion, for, the former cannot exist without the latter.    By JP

52

The only choice before man is between: many things save God and nothing save God.    By JP

53

Hiding your distress from others makes you their noblest friend.    By JP

54

Who keeps company with you even in dire distress is indeed a true friend.    By JP

55

When you say ´I like it´, you are lost in it. When you say I don´t like it, again you are lost in it. When you don´t say either of them, you regain your lost self.    By JP

56

All logic is in the realm of the mind and the brain. Logic ceases when the mind is transcended and the brain is delinked.    By JP

57

The mind that we normally know is a bundle of thoughts which can be eliminated in meditation.    By JP

58

What is common cannot be religion. Only the rituals are common. Rituals are not religion, and religion not rituals.    By JP

59

God is not an object. It is the subject, for all objects under the sun are subject to the mind and the five senses while God is not.    By JP

60

Politics is the double edged sword of modern Kamsa and Ravana.    By JP

61

How magnificent are nature and religion created by God! How ugly man has made them!    By JP

62

Physical laws alone is enough for the world to run. But the divine will can change its course.    By JP

63

The difference between the Hindu, Muslim and Christian is that the Hindus take many a road to reach God while the others take only one.    By JP

64

Man is a computer created by God to realize God by understanding one´s own computer-programmed behaviour.    By JP

65

A good quotation serves better than hundred worthless books.    By JP

66

God vision is subject to the physical laws of the material world. But God´s blessings can make a difference.    By JP

67

How many things we have forgotten in life! Why not include all the bad things among them?    By JP

68

I have no permanent relation except with God, for He is not outside me.    By JP

69

One´s religion and customs are like lice and pinworms, which would be distasteful at the first sight, if we did not get accustomed to them from childhood.    By JP

70

What we need today is not money-making education which is ill-prone, but man-making education which takes care of the ills of both man and money.    By JP

71

The little knowledge about oneself is better than all other knowledge put together.    By JP

72

The essence of man-making education is to discover the true nature of oneself.    By JP

73

There is more to know than known; there is more to know inside than outside.     By JP

74

The inside knowledge is superior to the outside knowledge as the inside knowledge enlightens the outside knowledge, not vice versa.    By JP

75

God and the world are subject to physical laws. But the world is bound; God is not.   By JP

76

Politics is nothing but dignified selfishness.    By JP

77

Politics often stoops to abject depravity to the extent of making an ass the head of state or making the head of  state an ass.    By JP

78

The substantive truth is beyond what we see and here.     By JP

79

A live ideal is better than 100 lifeless idols.    By JP

80

Worshipping idols without any ideals is a buffoon´s idea.   By JP

81

Those who say  that God created this world should also say why it was created, why there is no creation now.    By JP

82

´Deshabhakthi is Devabhakthi´. Patriotism is synonymous with love for God.    By JP

83

While approaching a grown up girl, her consent alone is not enough. Her welfare is more important.    By JP

84

Faith-healing is purely a psychological phenomenon,  and it need not attributed  to God.  By JP

85

Spirituality is a research into the infinity and it is fraught with uncertainties at every step as is true with scientific exploration.    By JP

86

Until women fully discover their equality with men, they tend to be hypocritical.    By JP

87

Religion is intensely internal. It has nothing to do with the external behaviour    By JP

88

Rational religion can undo the wrongs of both religion and rationalism, whereas faith-based religion cannot do the same.    By JP

89

Even blind faith in religion has inherent logic. If this is not understood, it can cause immense harm to society.   By JP

90

Absolute and unconditional  determination has a fair chance of success.   By JP