Kiran B R kiranbr at ROCKETMAIL.COM
Sat Aug 31 04:19:56 CDT 2002

--- Vidyasankar <vsundaresan at HOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
> >> From the standpoint of worldly reality, they
> >> indeed are meaningless.
> >
> >Not if it is claimed that the braHman controls
> >"worldly reality".
> Kiran, it seems to me you are tying yourself up into
> knots needlessly. I'll
> try to make it a simple algorithm for you.
> If
>      brahman does not control worldly reality,
> then,
>      all your tests are pointless.
>         If brahmavit == brahman, then brahmavit does
> not control worldly
>      reality either.
>         If brahmavit =/= brahman, there is no reason
> to believe that a
>      brahmavit can control worldly reality either.
> else,
>      brahman has chosen to control this worldly
> reality in one particular
>      way, right?
>         Now, if brahmavit == brahman, brahmavit
> tells you, "this is what I
>      have chosen, and I have no desire to change
> anything about it. I know
>      that I am brahman, and I don't need your
> certificate for it. If I feel
>      like changing something, I'll do so. I won't
> change anything just to
>      satisfy your whims and fancies. I am the abode
> of all powers, not you.
>      Do not mess with powers beyond your
> understanding."
>          If brahmavit =/= brahman, then brahmavit
> does not control worldly
>      reality, and cannot cause any changes in it.
> So, you see why all your supposed tests are
> ultimately meaningless?
> Best wishes,
> Vidyasankar

You abstain from answering the question "Does braHman
control worldly reality (Maya)?". Please answer that
first. You cannot say that my tests are pointless,
because it matters to me whether braHman really
controls it or not!


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