[Advaita-l] Apaurusheyatva of Vedas.
ksri2006 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 14 23:57:55 CDT 2011
Hello to all, Pranams.... i have been watching for some time about the
discussion going on here about apauruSheya....and related topics....i dont
think Adi.shankara has made us to indulge in such kind of argumentative
explanations...this is the case only with scholars...and not with
commoners....which will ultimately bring nothing but sheer dis-satisfaction
and am ok u r not ok philosophy...deviating from the primrose path of
Adi.shankars advaitam...learned are those who make too much noises about
nothing...and the ignorant are those of six minus six who make revered and
silent approach in following the enshrined principles without questioning
the authority of adi.shankara..or vedas ..its not that they are not capable
of attaining any brilliance but the brilliants are the one who always spun
and shy away their efforts in knowing the Brahmatvam...am one such am not
highly qualified philosopher, or a scholar or a samskrit pundit as many pose
to be here ... to share my views...atleast am interested in knowing about
what is not known to me hiterto...would you all give me an opportunity to
learn more about advaitam than indulging and wasting time on such frivolous
arguements on aparusheyatvam ...to say simply....Brahamsatyam JagnMithya,
Jivo Brahmaiva na aparah... !!! is just sufficient to understand the
divinity in this life ....do i have to say anything more on this...
thanks for your patiently reading this ,
in the service of the LORD,
srinivasan k.iyer m.a. (phil& religion )
2011/9/14 श्रीमल्ललितालालितः <lalitaalaalitah at gmail.com>
> I've actually nothing more to say.
> I hope deep analysis of your own views will reveal problems and you will be
> able to understand them.
> I didn't fail to show errors at all. I told with clarity which is expected
> at this level. If one can't understand my words while talking these things,
> then he should blame his capacity and not me.
> And what is amazing if I asked anothers too help you(yes, you and not me).
> Difficult things were always explained by commentators for people lacking
> proper understanding.
> Bhaskar also comes in your category.
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