In article <email@example.com>, srinivas@Glue.umd.edu (Nagulapalli Srinivas) writes:
|> In Article 1346 Manish Tandon (firstname.lastname@example.org) writes:
|> >And worse, atheists like Vivekananda in the recent times promoted completly
|> >ignorant views (a sort of cross between mayavad and soonyavad) covered with
|> >flowery language of Universal Consciousness and what not. These are really
|> >the ones who misguide the ignorant masses that you can use your own whims
|> >and pranks and realize that you yourself are God. These idiots dont even
|> >understand that the very idea of God turns meaningless as soon as one thinks
|> >there is more than one Supreme, because if so, neither would be Supreme.
|> [ I have nothing to do with the main thread of the topic, but want
|> to respond to some of the comments and views of yours.]
|> I don't get it. You think Vivekananda promoted "completely ignorant
|> views" and you consider him as "idiot", right?? Kudos to your originality
|> and irrationality. Without logical, empirical, spiritual and even actual
|> experience-based proof to back-up, calling a person who epitomised one of the
|> sublime truths by actually living them and not by mere preaching, shows only
This is a bit off topic, but since it does deal with Vivekananda, here goes:
Does anybody know what the story was with Vivekananda's fondness for
pork, even as a sanyasi? Everyone who I've asked has said that he did
eat pork, but nobody could give me an explanation as to why.
If it is the case that he did eat pork, and he was doing so just to
satisfy his taste buds, I'd have to wonder what sublime truths could
come from one who unnecessarily killed animals for food. And, I should
clarify a bit - I'm referring to sublime religious truths only.