I started this morning posting my thoughts with a review of my past thoughts-based actions, and decided by late evening that I will abandon my activism of The Conservative Libertarian Society forthwith, and since the Liberal Democrats did not respond or reply even to my suggestion that the Party consider changing its name to Libertarian Democrats that would have been more closely allied to my views on the ethos and principles enuntiated in https://theconservativelibertariansociety.com I should abandon my activism altogether into trying to follow a political future for myself in the United Kingdom and by extension elsewhere in the world. The formulation was based on a personal assessment of what I described to be Vishista Advaita Vedanta, although since it was disputed by a purist scholar of Hinduism, I changed my website title to Satya Advaita Vedanta to denote that this had been simply a personal search for the truth of the material and spiritual realms of Nature: see https://vishistaadvaitavedanta.com.
I will remain a social media journalist instead commenting on what goes on around the United Kingdom and globally freely as a reporter and analyst impartially observing all that happens and use this Forum exclusively for that purpose.
Accordingly, I will now terminate all postings and video uploads in my other websites https://theallurementofrealityinreview.com; https://towardsknowledgeforworldconservation.com except for the purposes of seeking information to assist me in the development of these Forums.
I hope you all will join me for interesting and productive discussions.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
The strive for perfection continues to follow a path that discards each moment the irregularities and contradictions inherent in previous conception. It is and always shall be an individual struggle that cannot be taught from Holy Books, Institutional frameworks of secularity, or governmental impositions. Interfaith dialogue will only create more controversies and distrust among different established faiths. So, it is best that a person lives alone with his own thoughts of what is freedom to practice his or her religion. Everyone considers himself or herself to be free to decide on his or her options in life. That is the process in which we individually truth-accommodate for our basic survival. The ones who survive with philosophy that is unarguable is happy, for everyone else is a vested interest on whose territory one is stepping on as trespassers and disrupting their way of life. So multiculturalism needs to be enshrined in the Constitution, and Democracy adapted to reflect the diverse ways under which people wish to lead their lives in a single country as a State. Dictatorial regimes do not allow that. One has to remain secluded in one’s home and struggle to establish one's credentials as a sane person who is saying it like it is. It is very simple at the end of the day, if one relies on free-thinking to let one's thoughts guide one nonchalantly, spontaneously and unpremeditatedly in one's life journey with no ulterior motives (schemes, plans, missions, objectives, desires, hopes and anticipations and expectations, wishes) that must be relinquished in the interest of self-preservation in total peace of mind filling one's time with some activity or the other no matter what come's ones way, doing what comes naturally.
HE COMMON FACTOR IN HUMANITY
Hinduism is a collective conglomeration constituting a way of existence as a society, with tolerance for all and Christianity is a bhakti religion with subservience to the Almighty. So in that respect Hinduism and Christianity differ, but the essential point I am making is that both accept truth as the philosophical goal of all human beings. That is true for all religions. It is a matter of opinion as to who has attained the highest possible truth that the universe in its constitution enables and assists not only in the methods employed in determining truth but also in the outcome. The common factor in Christianity and Hinduism is that man has ascertained that material objectives in living need to be relinquished in favour of spiritual/ethereal ones and then the human spirit progresses in a state that reaches the destination of peace of mind ready for the afterlife. This is only a personal view and not shared by all Hindus.
This morning I have had another brainwave as I pondered on the evolution of societies and placed democracy at the heart of it all as the perfection to be striving towards into the future. This is born from the observations that one cannot coerce people into changing their beliefs and ways, as we therefore must accept people for what they are and accommodate those diverse imaginations and persuasion into the form of government that we should adopt across the world. This is based on a study of how modern humans came about from around 40,000 years ago prior to which humans were just like any other wildlife that roamed across the globe in search of food and water. Theism developed when man started questioning whether there was anything more to life than living just like another animal and it was a gradual process through which intelligence was sharpened that there were existence-realms from which man could derive better means of discovering Nature in its complexity and from that knowledge gain the awareness of how to conduct himself to ensure that he/she is living to the highest level of proseperity and comfort. Societies were formed to maximise the potentials of the populations that were then governed appropriately to lead a theistic means of generating human welfare. Still there are remnants of that wild streak of 40, 000 years ago and we see them being marginalised in the global sphere, to contain them in the imprisonment of their own States through sanctions imposed by democratic systems of government that excelled in human welfare. The mind was assuaged to care for mental health accordingly.