What it is to be a Substance? and What it is to Exist? We need to establish knowledge about the man on a firm basis and the information it provides must be tested for its accuracy and consistency with an external reality. We have to make the fundamental distinction between the living and the non-living …
The objective of this presentation is to define ‘Spiritualism’ as an internal, mutually beneficial partnership, relationship, association, or bonding between individual living cells of the same organism, or between two different organisms. Spiritualism has to be explained in the context of biotic interactions and consciousness determines the nature and characteristics of such biotic interactions. Dr. …
On this day, August 14, 1935, FDR signs the Social Security Act. However, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) does not cover Retirement Insurance Benefit Plans sponsored by government entities such as the Social Security Administration (SSA). This glaring omission of Social Security Retirement Insurance Benefit Plan from the protection offered by …
Life can neither be created nor destroyed. Life is established by the Principle called Spirit which is related to the unchanging or immutable nature of Matter.
Status of Grievance submitted to Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances regarding grant of Gallantry Award, Bangladesh Ops 1971.
“Tashi Delek”, the traditional Tibetan Greeting to express the sense of Natural Freedom. The title Dalai Lama describes the Sovereign Ruler of Tibet.
Behold The Man: A view of Jesus, the Son of Man and Nietzsche the German philosopher to understand the physiological mechanism of Homeostasis.
I define Man as a Moral Being who knows the difference between Good and Evil to support his existence and self-preservation.
Tibet can Resist, Tibet will Resist, and Tibetan Resistance will Prevail until the Natural Order is restored in Tibet.
Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg? Is there a Principle that is Prior to Time, Simultaneous to Time and Posterior to Time? I call it “WholeTime.”