(WE ARE ONE )
MAY YOU BE EVER HAPPY, WELL AND SECURE!
MAY YOU LIVE LONG!
MAY ALL BEINGS BE EVRER HAPPY, WELL AND SECURE!
MAY YOU ALWAYS HAVE CALM, QUIET, ALERT, ATTENTIVE AND
WITH A CLEAR UNDESRSATNDING THAT
NOTHING IS PERMANENT!
The word Adi is one of the names of
It is really a conspiracy of caste hindus.
How dare still these caste hindus spread such unethical stories that SC/STs are
Adi-sudras! Dr. Ambedkar has written separate volumes on sudras
and Untouchables. He did never have written anything that Untochables as
Adi-sudras. Whatever he said about mulnivasi is in different perspective
to locate the impoverished people in a caste-ridden society. More over, your
interpretation on Adi-Dravida cannot be denied. If the term Adi means ‘pre’
or ‘ancient’, it does mean that the present SC/STs belongs to the community
which belonged to pre-historic period. It also means to me the people who
founded the Harappan Civilization which had seen the Proto-Buddha who might be
The word Adi is one of the names of
The Buddha (Historical Buddha) who was the Kulaguru (Master) of Sakyas who were
invariably the Avarnas non-caste communities. Pandit Iyotheedas refers Adi
as The Buddha and he gives a plenty of sources one of which is Bodhisatta
Thiruvalluvar’ s Tirikkural (not Thirukkural) . In the first
Chapter titled “Kadavul Vazhthu Enum Buddharathu Paayiram”, Thiruvalluvar
writes in praise of The Buddha as follows:
Agara mudala vezhutthellaam Adi
Bagavan Mudatre yulagu
He places Adi Bagavan as the first of the
world as that of Tamil alphabet ‘Aa’. Thus the Adi-Dravidas, Adi-Vasis,
Adi-Andhras are from the lineage of The Adi Buddha. Pandit Iyotheedas throws a
flood of light on the history of Adi. Please read his writings. We have enough
sources to prove this history and disprove the derogatory defining of
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Attention All Solopreneurs and Business “Newbies”
I Know You’re Ready to Evolve Your Business!
How do I know that? Because you’re here.
Chances are, you’re either a “newbie” entrepreneur who’s figuring it all
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which most entrepreneurs don’t have the time to do, but it’s what determines
their business success. Now that I have your attention….
were on the Internet, he would come to me
for solutions…” ~ Viki
So, you need to know that I already know you.
You woke up one day knowing that there was something better for you, so you
gathered your resources and set out in your own business only to get so far and
1) run out of steam, 2) have it blow up in your face, and/or 3) have it run
over your life. But the “pilot light” of whatever woke up is still burning, so
you’re looking for answers.
And you’ve probably tried a lot of answers on your own as you’ve walked this
entrepreneurial path – worked it through on your own, listened to your beloved
advisors (who really don’t have the expertise to help you, as you’ve discovered
by now), bought the courses, attended the events, tapped every resource you
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work with you…
You have the heart, the courage, the
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living in from running your business and living your life. You are someone who
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stage of development you’re in and regardless of what it is, because if you
choose it from your authentic “pilot light”, it’s what you’re meant to do.
“You can view [running a business] as not
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imagination, develop the human spirit.” ~ Anita Roddick
Here’s the deal… while I specialize in innovating unique business
strategies for your business, there are four critical areas in which I focus on
making sure you have the basics that can make or break your business.
I’m all about making sure you have the nuts and bolts to running your
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right now, understand where you want to go, and support you in getting there.
“If they don’t
fail outright, most businesses fail to fully achieve their potential. That’s
because the person who owns the business doesn’t truly know how to build a
company that works without him or her…
which is the key.” ~ Michael Gerber
ourselves down…removing ourselves from the noise around us, the fear inside us,
and the well-intentioned voices of others that would tell us what to do…we
receive the insight of our personal truth, which only we can truly know. And
that deep, quiet voice always is life supporting and always wealth
awakening.” ~ Dr.
Remember, the same energy that created a situation cannot
solve it. I would be honored to bring everything that the Business Buddha® has
to bear on your business situation – my goal is to help you evolve your
business proactively, quickly and easily!
“We are not
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business.” ~ Chris Widener
is lost nothing is lost
PRESUMPTIVE HEALTH PROTECTION (IJPHP)
As far as medicine is concerned the Buddha’s teaching as
preserved in the Pali Tipitaka is distinctly different that which proceeded it
and to a large extent even different from what came later. The medicines and
healing procedures in pre-Buddhist Indian literature is what can be called
religio-magical, i.e. prayers, mantra, spells and rituals. Likewise, many
sicknesses were believed to be caused by evil spirits. The Pali Tipitaka is the
earliest evidence of a departure from such notions, none of which are found in
it. Instead, we find the beginning of empirico-rational medicine. In the
Bhesajjakkhandaka of the Vinaya is a list of herbs, resins, salts and oils
which can be used as medicines. I will give some of these below. Now whether or
not such substances really did have healing properties, their mention without
any magical additions suggests a new type of thinking. Caraka Samhita
and Susruta Samhita, (dates uncertain but defiantly post-Buddha,
probably between 200 BCE and 300 CE) also contain a strong empirical and
experimental outlook but one can also see the either the inability to shake off
or perhaps the reintroduction of, magic. My favorite prescription in Caraka
starts, ‘Take the left ear of a donkey, boil it and…’ By the time the great
Mahayana sutras were composed religio-magical healing was well on the way to
completely replaced rational medicine. A good example of this would be the Bhaisajyarajan
Sutra (Medicine Buddha Scripture) which says, ‘May every being be cured of
deformity by hearing my name. May every ailing being too poor to afford
medicine be cured of their sickness by hearing my name. May all female beings
get rid of their femininity by hearing my name, etc.’ Worshiping the Medicine
Buddha, reciting his name and doing Medicine Buddha pujas had almost
completely superseded rational healing. Later Tantric text contains huge
amounts of healing dharanis, mantras and spells.
Picture above shows monks making a Medicine
I give here some of the medicinal plants mentioned by the Buddha and include
their application according to S. K. Jain and Robert A. DeFillipps’
authoritative Medical Plants of India, Algonac, 1991.
officinalis. Bark: Applied to sores, pimples, with the
bark of Dillenia pentagyna for tubercular fistula; for cholera,
dysentery, diarrhea. Leaf: For gravel, diarrhea and sores. Fruit: : Refrigerant,
diuretic, laxative, for indigestion, with Swertia and fnugreek for gonorrhea.
Raw fruit: Aperient, dried and used in haemorrhagia, diarrhea, as a liver
tonic, for scurvy, the juice as an eye drop. Seeds: For asthma and stomach disorders.
Ativisa, Hiptage mabadlota. Astringent, tonic, for
fevers, cough, diarrhea and dysentery.
Bhanga, Cannabis sativa. Leaves boiled and steam
inhaled and/or rubbed on the skin. Whole plant: Stomachic, antispasmodic,
analgesic and sedative, for epilepsy, with root of Bryonopsis laciniosa,
Melothria heterophylla and opium for convulsions; on sores, for cough
and cold. Leaf: for dyspepsia, gonorrhea, bowel complaints, narcotic nerve
stimulant and for skin diseases.
Bhaddamuttaka, Cyperus rotundus. Whole plant: For
heat stroke. Root: For stomach disorders.
Candana, Santalum album. Bark; With root bark of Solanum
torvum and Achyranthes aspera for malaria. Oil: For enlarged
spleen, with Lepidium, Nerium oleander, Nymphaea, root of Michelia and
almonds for dysentery; in a paste and applied for headaches, skin complaints,
burns and fever inflammation. Oil from heart wood: As diuretic, diaphoretic,
refrigerant, expectorant and for dysuria. Oil from seeds: For skin diseases.
Halidda, Curcuma domestitca. Root; For hazy vision,
inflammation of eyes, with tobacco for night blindness; subnormal temperature,
body pains, rheumatism, with green gram for scabies, sores, with Dolichos
biflous for infantile fistula ani; with mustard and Solanum surattense
for coughs; with leaves of sweet potato, Negella indica and Buettneria
herbacea root to stimulate lactation. Flowers: For sores in the throat,
with Shorea robusta and bark of Ventilago calyulata for syphilis.
Haritaka, Terminalia chebula. Bark: As diuretic,
cardiotonic, for eczema, mouth sores. Fruit: For dysentery, enlarged spleen,
externally for measles, applied to inflammation of the eyes, constipation,
coughs, bronchitis, as
Hingu, Balanites aejyptiaca. Bark: For colds and
cough. Fruit: For pneumonia and skin diseases.
Kalanusari, Nardostachys jatamansi. Root. As an
aromatic, bitter tonic, stimulant, antiseptic, for convulsions, inhaled (with
other plants) for ulcers of nose and palate, dysentery, constipation,
bronchitis (with other plants), as a laxative and to improve urination.
Kutaja, Holarrhaena antidysenterica. Root: Spleen
complaints, diarrhea, discharge in urine and excreta, haematuria, blood
dysentery, the bites of dogs or poisonous animals. Bark: For bronchitis, cold,
menorrhagia,, dysentery and other stomach disorders. Flowers: For worms,
leucoderma and as an appetite stimulant. Seeds: For epilepsy, postnatal
complaints, leprosy and other skin diseases, constipation and indigestion,
colic and dysentery.
Lasuna, Allium sativum. Bulb: For fever, pulmonary
phthisis, gangrene of lung, whooping cough, rheumatism, duodenal ulcer,
hyperlipidemia, certain typhoides, flatulence, atonic dyspepsia, juice on skin
diseases and as an ear drop.
Padma, Nelumbo necifera. Tuber: To relieve
strangulation of the intestine. Rhizome: Yields nutritious arrowroot useful for
diarrhea and dysentery in children. Carpel: Demulcent. Flower: As astringent
and cooling agent for cholera.
Talisa, Flacourtia cataphracta. Bark: Given together
(with the roots of other plants) to women as prenatal and post natal treatment
to purify the blood; for biliousness. Fruit: For biliousness and liver
Usira, Andropogon muricatum. Root: Chewed for coughs
and colds, promotes
bronchial secretion, asthma, diarrhea and dysentery, the oil is used as a nerve
stimulant, sedative, analgesic, epilepsy, constipation. Stem: Cough and colds.
Root: Vermifuge, in intermittent fever. Whole plant: Sedative, analgesic,
depressant for blood pressure, rubbed on aching body parts.
Tagara, Tabernaemontana coronaria. Root:
Bitter-tasting and applied locally as an anodyne, chewed to relieve toothaches.
Stem: The bark as a refrigerant. Leaf: Latex used for eye diseases.
Health is lost something is lost
A BLUE PRINT FOR LIFE
ON THE FUTURE
THE WAY OF DEVELOPMENT
willingly pay taxes with the hope that the nation
will improve in the future. Bridges and roads are repaired
the hope that transportation will become more convenient.
Welfare is provided to relieve poverty with the hope that
social welfare system will mnot be lacking. The capable and
wise are elected with the hope that government will become
increasingly more democratic . Punishing corrupt officials
done with the hope that government will become impartial.
Everybody today hopes that there will be good weather for
Crops the country will be prosperous, people will live in
And the world will
soon know peace.
Precepts (Character, morality
self-discipline) is lost everything is lost
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Big Red, Little Red and No-squeal
Once upon a time, there were two calves who
were part of a country household. At the same home there also lived a girl and
a baby pig. Since he hardly ever made a sound, the pig was called ‘No-squeal’.
The masters of the house treated No-squeal
very very well. They fed him large amounts of the very best rice, and even rice
porridge with rich brown sugar.
The two calves noticed this. They worked hard
pulling ploughs in the fields and bullock carts on the roads. Little Red said
to Big Red, “My big brother, in this household you and I do all the hard
work. We bring prosperity to the family. But they feed us only grass and hay.
The baby pig No-squeal does nothing to support the family. And yet they feed
him the finest and fanciest of foods. Why should he get such special
The wise elder brother said, “Oh young
one, it is dangerous to envy anybody. Therefore, do not envy the baby pig for
being fed such rich food. What he eats is really “the food of death”.
“There will soon be a marriage ceremony
for the daughter of the house, and little No-squeal will be the wedding feast!
That’s why he is being pampered and fed in such rich fashion.
“In a few days the guests will arrive.
Then this piglet will be dragged away by the legs, killed, and made into curry for
Sure enough, in a few days the wedding guests
arrived. The baby pig No-squeal was dragged away and killed. And just as Big
Red had said, he was cooked in various types of curries and devoured by the
Then Big Red said, “My dear young
brother, did you see what happened to baby No-squeal?” “Yes
brother,” replied Little Red, “now I understand.”
Big Red continued, “This is the result of
being fed such rich food. Our poor grass and hay are a hundred times better
than his rich porridge and sweet brown sugar. For our food brings no harm to
us, but instead promises long life!”
The moral is: Don’t envy the well-off, until you know the price