I believe in GOD; I just don’t trust anyone who works for him..

Religion is the fashionable substitute for belief.  – Oscar wilde

Religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich. – Napoleon Bonaparte

Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction. – Blaise pascal

Religious thought is an attempt to find an out where there is no door. – Albert Einstein

I cannot believe in a god who has neither humor nor common sense. – W. Somerset maugham

Mystery is made a convenient cover for absurdity. – Adams

You can’t convince a believer of anything; for their belief is not based on evidence, it’s based on a deep-seated need to believe.  – Carl sagan

The difference between religions and cults is deter-mined by how much real estate is owned. – Frank zappa

There is no personal salvation, there is no national sal-vation, except through science. – Luther burbank

Religion is an illusion and it derives its strength from its readiness to fit in with our instinctual wishful impulses. – Sigmund freud

I cannot be angry at god, in whom i do not believe. – Slmone de beauvoir

If absolute power corrupts absolutely, where does that leave god? – George daacon


About the God or Religion by famous peope sayings?

God wants spiritual fruit, not religious nuts. 

Religion, comprises a system of wishful illusions together with a disavowal of reality, such as we find in an isolated form nowhere else but in amentia, in a state of blissful hallucinatory confusion – Sigmund Freud

I believe that religion, generally speaking, has been a curse to mankind H. L. Mencken

There was a time when religion ruled the world. It is known as the Dark Ages. –  Ruth Hurmence Green 

The most heinous and the most cruel crimes of which history has record have been committed under the cover of religion or equally noble motives –  Mohandas Gandhi 

The whole religious complexion of the modern world is due to the absence from Jerusalem of a lunatic asylum Havelock Ellis 

The careful student of history will discover that Religion has been of very little value in advancing civilization, but has done a great deal toward retarding it –  Matilda Joslyn Gage 

Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction Blaise Pascal

Religion is excellent stuff for keeping common people quiet Napoleon Bonaparte 

Religion is the opiate of the people Karl Marx 


Communication Problems

Communication Problems There are a lot of training programs that purport to show you how to avoid communication problems, but I don’t believe there’s any such thing as a communication “problem.” Many managers blame all kinds of performance and productivity problems on a failure to communicate, but there is always a deeper cause.  Successful communication is based on two things: intent and understanding.
1. Think it through first. Sometimes, it requires some advance thinking and planning. When I needed eggs and didn’t know the local language, I started taking an empty egg carton to the market. It works every time. 2. Take charge. If you want to succeed, you have to remember that it’s up to you.
3. Don’t quit. If you fail to get what you want from others, it’s to your disadvantage, not theirs. It comes down to this: you quit, you lose. Some small experi-ences assisting people with severe learning disabilities sharpened my own communication skills considerably.
4. Be creative. If you want to communicate and be understood, you can make it happen. It might take a lot of pointing or other hand gestures and sometimes drawing pictures, but if you’re willing to persist, the other person will eventually get it.
5. Be vulnerable. Laugh at yourself and admit your ignorance or incompetence. Communication always re-quires patience, willingness to persist, and good hu-mor. Self-effacing honesty, expressed with laughter, can be quite endearing. It also breaks the tension. 
6. Try to make friends. The second time is always easier. People will remember you if you fumble through your request and then express appreciation for their help. Go into every encounter with the intention of making friends who will welcome you at the next meeting.  
You are the medium and the message. Think about what you want to communicate and what you want the people important to you to remember. Communication is a learned behavior. You can get as good at it as you want to be. The tips in this guide will help.  
Communicate Authority and Leadership Management always involves imposition of will: The man-ager wants a specific employee or group of employees to per-form specific tasks effectively, and expresses this desire in the form of verbal or written requests or orders.
Communicate Confidence A manager’s effectiveness is directly connected to his or her ability to instill confidence in others. The appreciative smile of someone who’s just been told by the boss “Nice job!” for the second or third time, and a positive and enthusiastic attitude. We communicate confidence by using our communication skills, providing feedback on performance, and engaging in relationship building. 
Communicate with Each Other As you can imagine, feedback interviews with employees and other kinds of information-gathering spark real communication and dialogue among workers who might really be discussing the work they do for the first time. Most of us go into situations in which work routines are already established, so we just do what we are told or are shown. What’s to think about? But when we are given permission to think about and actually change routines, something fundamental shifts in our relationship with the work and our co-workers. 

Who and What is GOD?

God, the beliefs could originate not in an attempt to explain the world, but in a very deep unconscious wish that human beings have. This wish goes back in history to the emergence of the human race, and in each individual, to their earliest infancy. The wish is for consolation and reassurance. when we are infants, we are completely helpless and dependent and need protection. Both motives come together in the thought that there is a God, a protector, a means by which we can control nature (for early religions) or feel safe in the face of danger and uncertainty. Our relationship to God takes on the intimacy and intensity of our relationship to our parents. Just as religious beliefs are based on wishes, so religious experiences are as well.
Freud’s account is the claim that the type of thinking that produces the concept GOD is not directed towards truth or reality. But let us suppose, for the sake of argument, that God does exist. If God exists and human beings need a relationship with God to be fulfilled, then we would of course have a strong wish for such a relationship. Our wish for contact with God would be realistic – if we are made by God, then a relationship with God would be one of our deepest desires. In other words, the wish Freud identifies may not be the result only of our vulnerability in the face of nature and as infants; it could be a response to our needy spiritual nature. This alternative account situates the origin of GOD in human psychology, but explains human psychology in terms of creation by God. 
Karl Marx, however, was more cynical  about religion, he argued that what created the need for religion was tension within the society, in particular between those who had power – especially economic power – and those who did not. Those who do not have power, he argued, are ‘alienated’ from their own lives.
Explaining the origins of religious practices and beliefs is not yet to explain the origins of GOD, because even if human societies work better with religious belief, this is not to say that the concept or belief in God must be part of that religious belief, and Durkheim recognized this. Some religions don’t believe in God.

What is peace?

For millennia, philosophers, religious thinkers and political activists have written about and demonstrated for ‘peace’ and decried war. Yet a ‘philosophy’ of peace is still in its infancy. And while theorists, strategists, tacticians and planners of war and ‘security studies’ dominate both the academy and the halls of power, philosophers who profess and march for peace do so outside the mainstream philosophical curriculum, far removed from those with the power to make and enforce important political decisions, and often to the dismay and castigation of their more colleagues.
Perhaps ‘peace’ is like ‘happiness’,‘justice’,‘health’ and other human ideals, something every person and culture claims to desire and venerate, but which few if any achieve, at least on an enduring basis. Why are peace, justice and happiness so desirable, but also so intangible an delusive? But perhaps peace is different from happiness, since it seems to require social harmony and political enfranchisement, whereas happiness appears, at least in Western culture, to belargely an individual matter.
Spiritual and religious leaders from the Buddha and Jesus to Gandhi and the Dalai Lama have been inclined to equate peace and love, both in their inner dimensions and in the manner in which people who are spiritually developed interact with others, most acutely with those who may hate and envy them.
Many philosophical, religious and cultural traditions have referred to peace in its ‘positive’ sense. Peace is dialectical. In this world, peace is neither a timeless essence – an unchanging ideal substance– nor a mere name without a reference, a form without content. Peace is also not the mere absence of war in a Hobbesian world of unending violent conflict.Peace is both a means of personal and collective ethical transformation and an aspiration to cleanse the planet of human-inflicted destruction.
‘Peace on earth’ might in fact be unachievable, at least for a sustained period of time.That does not invalidate the struggle to achieve a world with greater justice and equity and without violence, or at least with significantly less violence, injustice and inequity. On the contrary, the nonviolent struggle to liberate humanity from its means of self-destruction and self-enslavement is its own end.
Terror and terrorism, however, are incompatible with peace, peacemaking and the struggle to pacify existence. As I have argued elsewhere, terrorism is a dual phenomenon, a tactic used by states (terrorism from above) and by non-state actors (terrorism from below) to induce fear in terrorized people for the purpose of influencing another, less vulnerable, population, such as government officials .
First, the focus is on peace, a relation between parties, not on security. Second, peace depends on transformation of another relation between parties, conflict. And,the opposite of peace, violence, is seen as the outcome of un-transformed conflict. Third, for conflict transformation we need transcendence, going beyond the goals of the parties. Fourth, whereas classical mediation brings parties together for negotiation and compromise,the TRANSCEND approach starts with one party at a time, in deep dialogue, and in a jointcreative search for a new reality.
Fifth, there is more to this than mediation. The approach is holistic, with a dynamic process model relating conflict and peace. So we need insight in the past for diagnosis, and in the future for prognosis and therapy.We need description for diagnosis and prognosis, and prescription for therapy. And we need a counter factual therapy of the past.

Psychology – About the study of the mind

Psychology, the study of the mind and how it works, is sometimes considered a new science, but this is quite mistaken. It is possibly the oldest science and in its most essential features even a forgotten  science. Perhaps this misconception arises because, except in modern times, psychology was incorporated into philosophic or religious systems

When modern psychology emerged as a discipline at the end of the nineteenth century, it was based on an analytic, biological view: interest was in the component parts particularly in the biological ‘realities’ of brain, memory and so on, that could be empirically studied

Psychological systems, can be divided into two chief categories

Firstly, systems which study man as they find him, or such as they suppose or imagine him to be. Modern ‘scientific’ psychology belongs to this category.

Secondly, the systems which study man from the point of view of what he may become, i.e., his possible evolution.

“When we pull back and get, for a moment, the ‘bird’s eye’ view of life, it reveals meanings that are unreasonable by the narrow focus of our usual worm’s eye view”  By Colin Wilson


About money or gift or bribe

A gift with intention is not a gift; it is a bribe. There is no promise of increase unless we give it freely. Let go of the gift entirely, let we recount the universal scope of the law. Then the Gift(bribe) has a chance to go out and to come back multiplied. There is no telling how far it travels, before it comes back. It is a Horrible(In right sense) and disgusting(money minded)  fact that the longer it is in returning, the more hands it is passing through and the more hearts it is blessing (malediction). All these hands and hearts add something to it in substance. It is increased all the more when it does return.