Where do dreams come from?

A moment’s reflection will tell us that dreams are not random, haphazard collection of images or events. There is a plot to them. I like to think of them as stories that our half dead brain produces. Which means our mind could have a faculty built within whose function is to concoct stories. The most interesting aspect of dreams is that they are false. These are false stories that we watch while asleep! It is interesting, because our brain is tied up so close to reality — we see, touch, hear and so on, only that which is real — that it is strange to see it concoct sekuences of events that never occurred! ...
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The path of non-violence

We are surrounded by violence today, and the media too is eager to bring it to us.  Our body, mind and soul are being filled with violence. So much so that, for the common man today, violence has become the first and surest means to resolve problems. Little do we realise the immense power of non-violence. That it alone can make us live a real and fulfilling life. That non-violence is also the road to self-discovery. There is an instinct of aggression in all of us — for self preservation.  Children show an affinity for violence early on.  But the real man, a true man, is a product of non-violence. We hurt others, and in doing so, ourselves in many ways through violence – in thought, speech and action. It is no exaggeration but an evident fact that the world today is burning with violence. Whether it is at home, the neighbourhood, or the world affairs at large. We are injuring others...
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