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The Madness and Malice of Bombers

By Caballero_69, published on Apr 18, 2013

Bombs are rankling malice given ferocious execution.

Obscenely they pervert technical ingenuity into malignant insanity.

Stealthy, assassins who slay without caring whose lives they steal

Turing satisfaction, hopes, and triumphs into sorrows, horrors, and tragedies

Only cruel, craven rouges bomb people celebrating community spirit.

Neither torturous logic nor grotesque posturing mitigates this atrocity!

Much time and energy will now be expended by trained investigators.

All possibilities will be evaluated and no stone will go unturned.

Resolute... (more)

Tags: terrorism, justice, investigation, rationality, boston, bombing, diligence

BEING RATIONALE IS VERY DIFFICULT?

By dchaitanya, published on Jun 15, 2012

...money power. Ethics, laws, rules and regulations all are written well in the books. But as against that, riff-raff thinking, dishonesty and unlawful deeds are commonly dominating features among majority, as these are in one way, off-shoots of behaviour of ‘Selective Perception’ and ‘Irrationality’ of mind. For example if you say to some one that your behaviour is unethical or bad, that person would not like to self-assess for himself if there s there anything wrong with his behaviour, instead s/he immediately shows animosity towards you, because criticism is unacceptable for their... (more)

Tags: religion, corruption, rationalists, being rationale very difficult?, swamiji's religious gurus, selective perception, rationality

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