Sunday, September 19, 2010

Biggest curse

n@m`\ vQw\wQ@yn\m , hp\p` ap`y ak\XrykQn\m @m|k ptn\ gw\w` kQyl iX\t @qi@y` @k`\p @v|q mn\q`. ew\ iwQn\ p#qE@rnEw\ bQmt vtQl in\n @m| g#w\wt un\n`n\@sl @k`\p @vl @m`n @kn\ @gdQyk\ @k`rn\nq a`i@b`vn\ ?

o|n\ blmE@k` iwQn\ m@g v#d|m ek ek`@g avln\ v#d vQv|c@ny @k`r @k`r in\n ekm@n.iwQn\ a#@q udt @vl o@h\ nQkn\ bkn\ nQl`n in\n a@w@r @m| apr\bn\s kl\pnv @m| g#w\w@g hQ@w\ phl un` @b`ln\. 

aq a@p\ @m| {r\mq\vWp@y phl @vl` wQ@yn @l`kOm hRnQym mk\kyQ ayQ@b`vn\? 

i@gn kQy`n in\n @klQ @k`lE kOr#t|@t` bw\ kn am|@br#@v` krn , un\@g hQw\ @p`j\@jt @m| wOn\ @l`\@km wQ@yn wrmk\ an vQn a#wOlE @k`rn , kBErl @gqr g`tn mQnQh a#qEm| glvn\@nw\ n#wOv a#s\ @gdQ @qk a@l`\@gn bl`n in\n , @gqr mQnQh@g , @k`l\@l` kOr#t|tn\@g @s\@r`\m v#d kk\kOs\sQyt q`l in\qQy`@v kOnE bk\kQ vlQn\ ahQqn\ a`pE j`gr vQgdn\ m`iyt adE n#wOv @pn\nn , a@p\ wr#N bRr# h#w\w @p`\y hrQ irQq` qvsktvw\ pn\slkt pl\lQykt @n`gOhQn\ @b`kO qQr`n`s\ bQbQ @g`j qm qm` mn\wQrQ kQrQk#t| bl`n hE@r\ q`n @m| hRnQyn\ @pt|tQy@n ayQ@b`vn\. 

a#@w\ wQ@yn pQc|cQy qWl e' mqQvt Nyw\ @vl` gw\w @m| hEnQy@mn\ g#l@vn\n nm| iwQn\ @m| atmgl pQ@qnQ wtEvk wQyl , kh vwOr n`vl, qEm|ml kWlk\ ghl lg wQyn wOn\mn\ hn\qQyk aw$@rl en ek wmyQ @b`lv| @k`rn\n wQ@yn\@n!
a@n\ anQcn\ kQv|vlE!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Google translate in Chrome

Its not often that I stumble upon a feature in a browser that makes me wipe my eyes in disbelief. Well I’m quite sure that this is an old feature and many have found out about it before ignorant me. But hey it was a great deal for me at least to discover this.

Google translate integrated in to the Chrome Browser does a pretty nifty job in translating foreign text on the fly in to English (or to any other language under the freaking sun  for that matter). You can switch between the translated text and the original or drag mouse over to get a tool tip of the foreign text. We can also set language preferences so that the browser will always automatically translate foreign texts on the fly.

Pretty cool indeed ….  which only seconds to the “Best Collection” Album set by Meiko Kaji that  was out on 24th March 2010. Almost 200 Dollars, I wish I had a better alternative.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Parabhava Dhamma - Conduct those results in downfall of a person

Its not often one can observe a drunkard swimming in the gutter and sleeping on the road in broad daylight. After observing him for a while it was hard for me to stop running my mind along a beautiful sutra by lord Buddha which describes the various ways of downfall of an individual.
Its not hard to see the beauty of Dhamma while looking at this person rolling on the street.
Consumption of alcohol/intoxicants
  • Destroy one’s body and its organs,
  • Destroy wealth
  • Looses one’s morality and shame
  • Get defamed
  • Looses control of one’s mind and body
  • Degrade this life as well as the life after been born in animal realm after death
For people who have no clue, here is a brief summary.
Parabhava Dhamma - Conducts those results in downfall of a person
1. Hatred towards kalyana Dhamma
Kalyana Dhammas are the conducts that has been praised by noble which does not bring any disgrace by doing.
2. Dislikes Kalyana Mithras and being fond of Papi friends. Adore papi dhama..
Kalyana Mithras are the noble friends who wishes one’s good.
  • Upakaraka – Friend who helps selflessly when needed, anytime
  • Samana Suka Dukka – Friend who share happiness as well as sadness
  • Artha kai - Friend who give advices for the success of both the worlds
  • Anukampaka – Friend who always has compassion
Papi friends ( Or people we consider friends but really are our enemies )
  • Annudattahara – Take only friend
  • Vachi Parama – Friend who treat only by words
  • Anupiya Bhani – Friend who agree on everything
  • Apaya Sahayak – Friend who helps to make your journey to hell easy and fast.
Papi Dharma’s are the conducts that bring shame/disgrace and ultimate suffering to the doer. Conducts that are condemned by noble.
3. Sleeping till late and dozing whole day. Fondness to gather in groups and talk day in and day out (Discussing topics that have no usefulness in any way … (बकवास)). Laziness and lack of courage. Quick temper, lack of sympathy
4. Not taking care of old and helpless parents when having full capability to do so.
5. Fooling or cheating any ascetic who has or in the process of eliminating defilements. Fooling or cheating any pitiable person.
6. Consuming riches with out sharing it among ones loved ones and/or people in need and/or around
In here riches means any material/possession that brings pleasure to any one or all of 5 senses of a being.
7. Being egoistic about ones nationality, Cast or wealth and putting down others who are less fortunate.
8. Fondness towards other’s women /prostitutes, consumption of alcohol and gambling makes what ever one earns drip through the fingers.
9. Having illicit relationships … leaving one’s married partner.
10. Having/marrying a partner who is far younger.
11. Placing a shameless, greedy, and irresponsible person on a respectable job/position makes that organization’s downfall along with that person.
12. While having less merits and wealth, if one aspire to rule having excessive greed for power, brings destruction to the country as well as to the person involved.
Even though there are many more causes for one’s downfall Lord Buddha stopped here.