Abhijit Naskar, Principia Humanitas Quotes
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Denial of the Self accomplishes nothing.
It is always, first Self, then everything else.
Stop groveling, stop whining and start working!
Once you die, that’s it – game over.
Once you die, that’s it – game over. Death is the ultimate cessation of the individual Self.
Death is the ultimate cessation of the individual Self.
When you don’t have explanation for a certain phenomenon, as a real human, you should suspend judgement, instead of concocting supernatural explanations out of ignorance and primordial fanaticism.
It is better to be foolish than a dilettante.
Nourish your reasoning skills my friend, they are the most effective tool you can ever have in the path of progress.
Survive, survive and survive – these are the quintessential laws of Nature. But survive does not always mean being mean.
Self is All. (First Principle of Humanism)
Fundamentalism of any kind, be it religious, atheistic, political or educational, is the greatest threat to human excellence – it is a threat to progress – it is a threat to greatness.
The human has not one but two births – first, when a person is born from the mother’s womb, and second, when that person rises from the socio-culturally imposed cocoon of prejudices and ignorance.
One good, compassionate and caring Self is a thousand times greater than all the fanciful, imaginary supernatural entities in the world.
Mysticism and supernaturalism are the descendants of ignorance and fear.
Humans are not simply higher than Gods, Gods are mere mystical representations of the humans themselves.
Humans can be as good as they can be bad. Because goodness and evil both are biological traits of the mind.
Faith in God is optional, but faith in the self – in the spirit within, is imperative.
In the society of thinking humanity, the natural law of trust should be - In I, I trust.
Truth, independent of the Self, is irrelevant to the biological existence of human life.
Every single phenomenon in the world, has a physical explanation underneath it. Finding the explanation depends on how far you are willing to go.
The salvation of the species, lies in knowing the Self – it lies in contributing to the wellbeing of the Selves of others.
The mystical non-sense of afterlife indeed gives solace to the mind in times of weakness, but why should the mind let its weakness be the fuel for primitiveness in the first place!
Faith in God is optional, but faith in the self – in the spirit within, is imperative. Have faith in yourself. Have faith in the human first, then God if you want.
Have faith in yourself. Have faith in the human first, then God if you want.
A being with no faith in the human self is a being with no spirit of life, regardless of how many Fathers or Holy Spirits or Sons it believes in.
Humanism is not a pompous philosophy to be talked and debated about by a handful of intellectuals - it is the purest form of moral compass, which defines the civilized heart of thinking humanity.
Your life-blood is humanism. If it flows pure and clear, everything would happen nicely in the world - every defect in the society shall be healed.
Together you are a species that grows in all aspects of life – separated you are a mere speck of dust in vast ocean of space-time capable of nothing progressive.
Think of strength, dream of strength, live of strength.
The world needs gigantic strong wills in front of which even the mountains will be crumbled.
Character is what the world needs - character that will empower the mind with such an unimaginable strength that one would meet death face to face and say “some other time, pal!
What I want from you comrade, what the world wants from you, O dearest, are the neurons of steel, within which dwells a mind of the same material of which the thunderbolt is made.
Human you are, and your religion, Humanism.
I have a little moral trouble with the term “mankind”, as it possesses an innate gender bias, which I cannot approve of, hence, I prefer the term “humanity” over it, and the term “human” over “man”.
No God, Religion, Race or Nation is higher than the humans.
Life is a natural phenomenon – and by mystifying it, one only disgraces its natural beauty.
A healthy PFC means a healthy cognitive grip over the world with very little elements of prejudice.
All changes are born within.