Wednesday, August 06, 2008

"Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute."

"Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute."

You can argue if some one express his thoughts but if you are wrong and still he keeps silence then, it cannot be refuted.
Any how silence is golden chariot that takes you to heaven and beyond, while, argument is the chariot made up of fire that takes you to hell.
That is why in the "Shravana" the monsoon period, in India Jain Sadhus, and few more Hindu sect try to keep "MAUN". Few even keep Maun-(Speechless though they can speak) to/ for their spiritual well being.
Scientifically if think, it could be like this. Before Big Bang, there was silence and after this world there would be silence. Similarly, go in outer space there is more silence than noise.
If you ask yourself, what you like most, for the time being few people will say laughter and fun and enjoyment, but later they say silence is better option. Ask any politician, businessman, student community, housewives, mother of new born baby who is taking care of child day and night what you like. The answer will be certainly "Silence".
Many seers, try to live away from society, why?
The one word answer is, Silence, and Aum Shanti. Om Shanti.
That is why in Upanishads, you come across, "Om Shanti! Shanti!! Shanti!!!" After lots of hustles and hustles, hue and cry, and lot of hard work (through life or through-out the day) everyone likes to spent time in silence.
Few even go beyond and try to seek spiritual silence. It could be meditation, or any other practise, but silence speaks a lot.
That is why, in silence only you realise your own self.
Every one realises their own self, real self, in silence only, as every entity is potentially Divine in fact God itself. To support this or to oppose it once scientists conducted an experiment whether silence and the omniscient God is omnipotent or not. They made a bang of fork one silent place on earth and on the opposite side of earth on similar silent zone they got the resonance.
The silence is omnipotent was proved.
Should I say, Amen? It is not Pravachan, Sermon, Spiritual Speech. ... but its a fact of life experienced through ages.

Any how, some one send me this quote,"Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute." It was Mr. Josh Billing who said it. His other best quotes were,
"Life consists not in holding good cards but in playing those you hold well."
"As scarce as truth is, the supply has always been in excess of the demand."
"Love looks through a telescope; envy, through a microscope."
"Exaggeration follows desperation."

Just visit: and you'll get the details and background of these quotes.

Thanks to this website and my friend, who send it.

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