Tuesday, March 30, 2010

PS Malik speaks on: The Existence

The Existence

Knowledge does not correspond to the existence. It analyzes (and synthesizes too) only a limited aspect of existence. Knowledge is a hypothesis and it loses its significance once you enter that stage of existence. After your entry there, knowledge becomes redundant. It is of no value there.



A section of the humanity perceives knowledge as the sole goal of the life. This knowledge is largely information based. They spend years together to convert them into a rack of books, magazines, encyclopedias and news paper clippings. At the end they can claim that they know 23 subjects, 15 articles, 37 books and a few histories. This much aggregate is usually available in a DVD in Sunday markets in Darya Ganj Delhi. In a cracked DVD it can be had easily for Rs. 50/- per piece. This way a lower level intellectual can be had from a footpath in Rs. 150/- and a higher one in Rs. 500/-.


This knowledge which these intellectuals borrow is a kind apart from the knowledge (Gyan) which Ǟadi Shankaracharya prescribed for attaining Adwait (non-duality). Shankaracharya’s Gyan changes the level of existence of a seeker while this knowledge does not go even beyond changing one's recapitulative skills. 


The existence is all embracing; all encompassing; all inclusive. It enfolds everything – white, black, light, dark, weighty, mass-less, particles, antiparticles, living being, non living entities, birth, death, evolution, extinction and what else not and what not. It does not know contradiction. It does not speak – if life is there, the death cannot be there being contrary to the earlier. It does not find any contradiction in its living and non living aspects. It never prefers or prescribes evolution and denounces destruction. These are aspects of the one and the same extension of the existence.

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Shreyas Malik

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