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Ganesh H Shankar
Once upon a time..
Once upon a time there lived a bird and a person by name Darwin. One fine day the bird died because another bird had to live. Darwin too died but he lived on! He turned the mysteries of nature into the theory of natural selection, "survival of the fittest" etc..
At times I think Intelligent Design is more appealing. However, please don't try to guess my religious standing by these words! I think it is safe and prudent to leave a note here that I am a pantheist who believes, at times, in "intelligent design"!
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Commentby Rajkumar on Sat May 05, 2018 9:23 am

strangely this is continuation of "This too will pass" . Meaning many theories and models on how/why all this happened. But nature moves on without knowing these theories.

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Commentby Ganesh H Shankar on Sat May 05, 2018 9:38 am

The root of the greatest errors in philosophy lies in projecting our human purposes, criteria and preferences into the objective universe. Hence our “problem of evil”: we strive to reconcile the ills of life with the goodness of God, forgetting the lesson taught to Job, that God is beyond our little good and evil. Good and bad are relative to human and often individual tastes and ends, and have no validity for a universe in which individuals are ephemera, and in which the Moving Finger writes even the history of the race in water.

Whenever, then, anything in nature seems to us ridiculous, absurd or evil, it is because we have but a partial knowledge of things, and are in the main ignorant of the order and coherence of nature as a whole, and because we want everything to be arranged according to the dictates of our own reason; although in fact, what our reason pronounces bad is not bad as regards the orders and laws of universal nature, but only as regards the laws of our own nature taken separately. . . . As for the terms good and bad, they indicate nothing positive considered in themselves. . . . For one and the same thing can at the same time be good, bad, and indifferent. For example, music is good to the melancholy, bad to mourners, and indifferent to the dead. - (from Ethics by Baruch Spinoza)

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Commentby ghanshyamsavani on Sat May 05, 2018 10:23 am

Everything is Godly....
The wings again will flutter....!
Grass will grow by it self....
And there will be poetry with its own kind of music......and all manly logic will collapse......! And there will be sheer joy of Godliness...!

Thanks for 'poetry behind logic' here....

Regards...

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Ghanshyam Savani
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