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Knowledge Transmission

February 22, 2006

Thoughts I believe are like waves which can be transmitted from one brain to other. Like other waves they also have a life time; so if some thoughts never come out of your brain. Others may find a way out and can make way to the brain of your friends and souls near you. Thought waves of great gurus, philosophers and personalities keep on transmitting for generations. These thoughts have great strength, Infinite energy and that is why still motivating people to do great things.

Transfer of thoughts is transmission of information or knowledge embedded in them. Here in this part of blog I will post thoughts. No doubt blog is a wonderful transmitter to transmit thoughts to larger audience. One more point worth mentioning is that every single person perceives idea differently. So if you get inspired by the words of Mr. X, somebody might not be. So are you the receiver?

Next post or thought wave would be English translation of a speech in Hindi. This speech was delivered by Mr. Kailash Chand Thakur. He is a great soul, full of energy, ideas and enthusiasm. Presently he teaches at Computer center of Ram Krishna Mission, Delhi. He is a kind of person whom you can never hate. I have been in touch with him for past two years now and have always found him high spirit. His spirit is really infectious, which I feel is growing strength to strength in the company of saints and swamis as he stays at mission. This was his first public address and the topic was “Development of new India. “ If you have watched and loved Rang de Basanti, then believe me that this speech will definitely make you think, and even if it doesn’t, he is not perturbed for he believes that like electric current which can only be transmitted through metal and not through wood. Great and noble thoughts do not pass through dead and spineless creatures.

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