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Re: India's place in the world....

Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
Yes, I can - the US.
India has one and only one core problem - altruism.
It comes up in form of religion, social structure.
For all the ancient wisdom and culture we have not
come up with the basic understanding that an
individual has to be the primary consideration. In
India an individual is crushed since his birth - by
social structures, religious reverence and inculcated
with the belief of self-disgust and pity. He is taught
to work for others - his family, his religion, his
country etc. never for himself. In our country we have
not come up with a fair understanding of life,
liberty, pursuit of hapiness (which is a cardinal sin
in all the religions practiced here) and right to
Any serious analysis of history will realise that the
last 4 things - which came into human scope of
understanding in the Renaissance period and were the
principles of forming the US are the only truly
civilized form of human survival and prosperity.

India as a country and as a culture fails to
understand this - though some if it's citizen do
realize these values.


--- vamsi@siliconcorp.com wrote:
> Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it,
> and propagate it!
> I believe India is the only hope for this planet in
> this century - India
> MUST build a strong military to protect its borders
> but we are also
> endowed with maturity and wisdom from ancient times
> to look upon others
> through an empathetic lens!!
> What the world needs in this century is a country
> with a vibrant
> economy, democratic power structure, and a strong
> military but also has
> a great heritage, ancient wisdom, culture, and
> respect for human life -
> I cannot think of any other country capable of
> fitting in this slot
> other than India!  Can you?
> Sincerely,
> Vamsi M.

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