Saturday 24 April 2021


Gajalakshmi Paramasivam

24 April 2021




Recently, a White Australian tradesperson said to me that his ex-wife had taken most of his earnings. He said he believed in Karma and that she would suffer. I gently corrected him by stating that he would get a good partner. He then said that it was true and that he now had a caring partner. He said that was true and that he already had a good partner. Appreciating that completion would prevent negatives in future. Karma happens not just after death. It happens when we complete an experience or when we abandon it. Both are Universal powers which lead us – one for better and the other for worse.

As per Wikipedia:

[Karma  is a Sanskrit term that literally means "action" or "doing". In the Buddhist tradition, karma refers to action driven by intention (cetanā) which leads to future consequences. Those intentions are considered to be the determining factor in the kind of rebirth in samsara, the cycle of rebirth.]

In terms of a manifestation (effect)  we discover the truth in the matter when we connect the effect to the cause. Then we own the whole through the Nuclear Energy of Ownership. This Energy spreads itself and manifests itself when we need it . It is like vaccination which protects us from infections.  As in vaccinations, the portion of the original problem/effect is small. The work value comes next and the ownership value is stored as nuclear energy. We need to first own the problem as if we caused it. Once inside us we would identify with the other side also. Hence the rebirth of the king virus would come with protection as per our level of ownership.

As per Wikipedia:

Rebirth in Buddhism refers to the teaching that the actions of a person lead to a new existence after death, in an endless cycle called saṃsāra. This cycle is considered to be dukkha, unsatisfactory and painful. The cycle stops only if liberation is achieved by insight and the extinguishing of craving. Rebirth is one of the foundational doctrines of Buddhism, along with karmanirvana and moksha.

Asper my discovery, those who work to realise truth i.e. – the cause and effect are experienced as One – liberate themselves from alternating pleasure and pain. Those who lack that ‘insight’ would continue to alternate between pleasure and pain. Where pleasure is greater, the pain is delayed and accumulates interest. Once we are no longer conscious of the pleasure – there seems to be pain and pain alone. This applies also to any sovereign body.

In terms of Sri Lanka, if the sovereignty of Sri Lanka was protected with external assistance, then Sri Lanka is no longer Sovereign unless that assistance is taken as a debt and settled as soon as possible. In terms of the ethnic war, India as well as the UN were involved. One way to ‘settle’ the debt is to become co-owner of the larger body. When this is done through the laws applicable to the larger body – one no longer owes others.

Yesterday, a Tamil academic wrote in response to my article ‘INDIA MUST INVOKE KATHIRGAMAM POWER’:

[Madam I agree that India may invoke its military power to control SL particularly for its own safety but calling Murugan at Kathirgamam ruins the whole thing. He is the one who gave the magical sword to Duttegamini to kill much older Ellalan. Even then he defeated the aging Tamil king by foul.]

This academic refers to military power and not that of the People who commonly perform religious rites inherited from our common ancestors. Where this natural merger of minds beyond national borders  is stronger than that of the merger within the national borders, the whole area becomes sovereign and therefore independent. This is the value celebrated by ANZAC day on 25 April. It honours the commonness of Australian and New Zealand Army Corps whose soldiers died in first World War.

If LTTE were the common enemy, such an alliance ought to have  happened between IPKF Indian Peace Keeping Force) and the Sri Lankan Army, on the basis of the Indo-Sri Lankan Accord. But due to disloyalty by the LTTE, IPKF became the Common Enemy. The reason for this – as per my insight is LTTE’s lack of belief in the Tamil Political elders. As per the law of belief – the values of which I learnt through Prescription Ordinance 22 of 1871 of Sri Lanka – expression of belief needs to be continuous/uninterrupted and need to be adverse to the official position holder. When the LTTE claimed to be the sole representative of Sri Lankan Tamils due to their military force – it was adverse to the political pathway. Tamil king Ellalan was recognized  in that military pathway but his rule ceased in 161 BCE. Since then we have had many rulers including those of Jaffna Kingdom but they by form were Confederal in structure. This was confirmed by the 1972 Constitution of Sri Lanka – according to which Buddha Sasana was the bible of Buddhist Sri Lankans. The rest were left to their own beliefs to become global through article 14 which is essentially a global law of democracy. The Judiciary were common through Roman Dutch law and English law. The Prescription Law was given birth during British rule.

Where unearned pleasures were enjoyed by Buddhist majority who become the ruling class, the pain is likely to be exponential like that caused Corona virus.  Like in the case of the virus, sins are also exponential in power. Given that Tamils were victimized,  the other side medium happened with the aid of India – through LTTE. The Standardization Policy of 1972 was the medium that facilitated the switch of the minds of Tamil youth from education to military. The LTTE ‘took-over’ those minds to promote itself.

The danger has been strongly indicated by Sri Lankan Military leader Mr Sarath Fonseka – as reported by Economy Next through its report headed ‘Chinese intervention in Port City could pose danger to both Sri Lanka and region: Opposition MP Fonseka’

The Colombo Port City is a manifestation of the economic dependence of Sri Lanka – not only on Chinese but other players. If the debt had been ‘settled’ at UN level – through policy – the liability would not have followed this president. As a true Buddhist this president must know that he and his armed forces cannot escape karma. All we need to do is to believe in Democracy to liberate ourselves from Communist grabs.

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