Saturday 9 November 2019

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

09 November  2019


A true  ‘family’ could be formed by a minority of one.  A person who has in her/himself the values of her/his ancestors and/or the values of those in her/his current local environment  is a family even if no relation is visible. As per most religions – we carry with us the Truth into our  next life. Truth being an Experience – requires us to receive these other values into us without their original form. When we bring it with the form – it is a fact. The ‘form’ of the fact is the form given by the environment in which it was born. Bringing it as is into our thoughts amounts to plagiarism. Plagiarism lacks the Energy of ownership.
Today’s mail drew my attention to the Tamil article under the heading – to the effect of ‘A Rajapaksa Presidency would pave the way for Tamil Eelam to be formed with the involvement of the International community.’ – at - based in USA
The article presents as examples – East Timor, Kosovo and South Sudan. Interestingly Singapore is not listed as an example for Tamil Eelam to follow. One who truly believes in the Jaffna Kingdom would invoke the blessings of ancestors of that time. Singapura  which is reported to be the origin of Singapore is Malay. The official language of Singapore is Malay – even though over 70% are Chinese by ethnicity. English is an Equal Official language.
The parallel of the above in Sri Lanka would be Tamil as National language and English, Sinhalese and Tamil as official languages. These are pathways through which ancestral powers and current lateral powers are facilitated to integrate with the nation concerned. Attachment to the physical of the past ‘blocks’ this natural passage.
It is interesting that Chinese are particularly highlighted by the Government – through the language or even the flag which is stated to depict common values. Not so the Sri Lankan flag which depicts particular Sinhalese ‘fact’ through the lion and Buddhist value through the Bo leaves. The only common values are those of the minorities :

[The flag of …. also called the Lion Flag or Sinha Flag, consists of a gold lion holding a kastane sword in its right fore-paw in a maroon background with four gold bo leaves in each corner. This is bordered by gold, and to its left are two vertical stripes of equal size in green and orange, with the orange stripe closest to the lion. The lion and the maroon background represent the Sinhalese, while the saffron border and four Bo leaves - represent Buddhism represent and the four Buddhist concepts -  KaruṇāMuditā and Upekshā respectively.
The stripes represent the two main minorities: the orange representing the Sri Lankan Tamils and the green representing Sri Lankan Muslims.] Wikipedia

Armed Rebels who eliminated politicians would have disconnected with Jaffna Kingdom. Hence we disconnected with our ancestral truth in politics – inherited as the Truth by our ancestors. The Jaffna Kingdom flag was a Hindu flag with Nandi. This form been inherited by the University of Jaffna which was a political compensation for Standardization loss. Amusingly  – together – they depict Arthanathiswarar / Ardhanarishvara  - the Static form of Shiva-Shakthi :

In other words if we do not work to lose consciousness of ‘form’ we are seen as Equals. This was confirmed through the 1977 Parliamentary elections and also 2015 elections. When we raise that the higher level – we see common human values. Those who live off their past get pampered and ‘show’ what happened in the past as truth. Towards this they have to divide to show only their side. Hence Sinhala only and Tamil only depictions.  The Pallava Kingdom used Lion or Cow in their flag. The LTTE seems to have copied the Chola Dynasty flag of Tiger.

So – if we get a Rajapaksa lion in South – it will give birth to an LTTE in North. We need to pretend that Tamils of Sri Lanka – as they are today would become global overnight – through American takeover.

Singapore leadership was clever. It balanced the physical majority visible now – with time based priority to Malay. Its flag depicts common human values. They also had their share of civil riots. But they valued current work and therefore became independent of fear of their powerful neighbours. To the extent we are truly global – every one of us would add to our local environment becoming global.  

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