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(Continued...from Last Issue.)
17. Every Revolution was first A
Thought in One Man's Mind
Arevolution is the manifestation of a social or
political upsurge in a country. It sometimes
takes the shape of a war independence too as
it did in the USA and in India. But the social
appeal generates from an ideology, a thought
springing from one man's mind. The Ame
rican Revolution sprang from the thought of
Washington about the sover eighty of the
U.K. over the America colonies. Originally
the thought was in the minds of Aristotle and
Plato in ancient Greece. It was the thought of
the government of the people. The French
Revolution, so far as thought is concerned,
can be traced to Rousseau even if he was him-
self not an active participant. The Russian
Revolution was based again against monar-
chy but in a different way. It was a thought of
the dictatorship of the proletariat in the mind
of Lenin borrowed from Karlmarx that mani-
fested in the shape of Russian Revolution.
The counter revolution of solidarity in Poland
is the brain chld of a proletariat we less a who,
in his thought, opposes the hypocrisy of com-
munism in the name of Marx.
18. Love Conquers, Where force Fails
Force begets force. When one applies force
there is always a retaliation. It sparks hatred.
not love. It may of course, be not possible to
win and control a ferocious animal through lo
ve. But so far as pet animals and human beg
ins are concerned it is love that conquers. Thr
ow a stone at a dog it a dog it will bark and
attack. Pat it, and it will lick your hand.
So is the case philosophy of love it
was not for ferocious men like Nadir Shah. Is
was for human beings in whose heart love
flows like a natural spring. Beat a child His
eyes will burn with anger and hatred.
He won't work, and will become a
problem child. Treat him affectionately, and
he would work according to your wishes.
Force may fail with a labourer, the downtrod-
den, they have - nots. But love conquers them.
Give them an affectionate embrace and they
are yours.
19. Personality Is To Man What
Perfume is To a Flower
A fragrant flower creates an atmosphere of
sweet odour around it that attracts not simply
human beings but bees and butterflies too.
The personality of a man too creates aroma, a
subtle pervasive quality and charm around
him. He becomes a centre of attraction. Well,
if youth and handsomeness are the dominat-
ing part of his personality he may be surroun
ded by beautiful girls. But personality imb
ibes something more than these physical char
ms. The spiritual personality of Vivekananda
charmed the whole intelligentsia of the world.
The personality of Gandhi created a magnetic
effect in the whole country. The moral per-
sonality of a Tolstoy becomes a folklore for
Russia and the aroma of a Tagore creates a per
manent music in the whole of Bengal sending
waves to the whole world. Of course, the per
fu me of a flower tempts people to pluck it.
They may put it on the button hole - not a
man. The personality of a man bedecks the
whole society.
20. Sweet are the Uses of Adversity
If one always enjoys affluence and prosperity
one is overawed by its sunshine. The prosper-
ity itself loses its charm. Astroke of adversity
brings sweetness to even a marginal prosperi-
ty that follows. Too much of affluence brings
a vacuum of aimlessness. One is fed up with
material gains which satisfy one's physical
needs that are akin to animal life. It is adver-
sity that man realize the pangs of poverty in
others too. Adversity is the touchstone of pati
ence, morality and idealism in a man. It rem
oves some of the false impressions and illu-
sions about ourselves. It gives us extra stre
ngth, courage and boldness to face the reali-
ties of life. It is during adversity that we can
knw the true nature of our relations not only
with, our friends but with kiths too.
According to Tulsidas one can test, one's
friends and the faith of
one's better half during
adversity to regain real
sweetness of life.
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K.Venkata Ramana
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