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24-01-2013, 07:21 AM
ShaSha1 was died yesterday
ShaSha1 (Bangladeshi writer Shahinur Shaila ) was a regular writer of the site. She was died yesterday. Before death, she expressed two free thoughts related death and heaven in the site. I have highlighted the thoughts, given below, for re-judgment.


Is death not good?

Man does not die again after death. That means,
man is deathless in hereafter. So death is good.

Is death not good?


Death & Heaven

Man is a peculiar animal. He does not want to die,
but he wants to have heaven. But it is true that heaven comes after death. That
means if a man wants to taste heaven, firstly he must die.

As a Drishtantoist, avoiding the matter of heaven
I follow the principle: ‘Be good only for saving yourself and the world’.


We will discuss about her death according to the inquisitive questions
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24-01-2013, 07:27 AM
RE: ShaSha1 was died yesterday
(24-01-2013 07:21 AM)Hamid Kasar Wrote:  ShaSha1 (Bangladeshi writer Shahinur Shaila ) was a regular writer of the site. She was died yesterday. Before death, she expressed two free thoughts related death and heaven in the site. I have highlighted the thoughts, given below, for re-judgment.


Is death not good?

Man does not die again after death. That means,
man is deathless in hereafter. So death is good.

Is death not good?


Death & Heaven

Man is a peculiar animal. He does not want to die,
but he wants to have heaven. But it is true that heaven comes after death. That
means if a man wants to taste heaven, firstly he must die.

As a Drishtantoist, avoiding the matter of heaven
I follow the principle: ‘Be good only for saving yourself and the world’.


We will discuss about her death according to the inquisitive questions


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24-01-2013, 07:31 AM
RE: ShaSha1 was died yesterday
Gee, that is a shame to say, after all that philoso-bull.... like two threads of poorly explained philoso-bull at that.



Tell you what, while Sha continues be "dead", I'll just be over here, being sceptical of pretty much everything that was said. I am sure Sha would not what the patter to change.

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24-01-2013, 07:56 AM
RE: ShaSha1 was died yesterday
This was the core of her beliefs:

Quote:Drishtantoism is a Philosophy that is neither for Theism nor for Atheism. That
means, the philosophy doesn’t advocate for traditional Beliefs those are of both
theistic and atheistic. It says for such type of religion that admits the acting
according to the rules and regulations of the nature. As atheist Aksay Kumar
Datta, opposing religious belief Shobuj Taposh did not take the equation: work=
crops, worship + work = crops, therefore worship = 0. So Drishtantoist religion
is different from both theistic and atheistic religions. What is the
Drishtantoist religion? According to the philosophy, a man’s natural and
biological behavior is his religion. Here faith is avoided. Shobuj Taposh
claimed: if a man is devoted to his body and nature, he needs no faith. Nature
means a man’s surroundings. Homeland is mainly considerable. The philosophy
avoids faith, as it loves man. But faith is contempt to a man. Because of
remaining the matter of ‘slavery’ and ‘mastery’ here, the philosophy doesn’t
receive it cordially. Besides, being near at belief, faith is to a great extent
God-based. But because of being neither for theist nor for atheist, the
philosophy avoids God. It loudly claims that for presenting explanation of the
origin of the Universe, there is no need to know the existence of God. And it
also claims that for doing good work, a man must not have theistic or atheistic
view. To Shobuj Taposh, if a man is devoted to his body and nature, he must be
sympathetic to the world, must neglect otherness. In this sphere, the philosophy
is near at Postcolonialism. In Drishtantoism, Patriotism is accepted as main
religion. Through patriotism a man can be a philanthropist.

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24-01-2013, 11:05 AM
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I smell a duplicate. Dodgy

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24-01-2013, 02:59 PM (This post was last modified: 24-01-2013 04:58 PM by Tartarus Sauce.)
RE: ShaSha1 was died yesterday
So this forum had a big enough impact on her life that you, Hamid, who didn't even specify your relation to her in your post, are informing all of us of her death?

How many posts was it that she made on here?

How did you know she posted here?

What was your relation with her?

Consider

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24-01-2013, 03:00 PM
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Sucks she's dead. The great irony of life is, no one gets out of it alive.


Doesn't change the fact that her philosophy is childish bullshit.

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24-01-2013, 04:09 PM
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Not buying it. Consider

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24-01-2013, 04:28 PM
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(24-01-2013 07:21 AM)Hamid Kasar Wrote:  ShaSha1 (Bangladeshi writer Shahinur Shaila ) was a regular writer of the site. She was died yesterday. Before death, she expressed two free thoughts related death and heaven in the site. I have highlighted the thoughts, given below, for re-judgment.


Is death not good?

Man does not die again after death. That means,
man is deathless in hereafter. So death is good.

Is death not good?


Death & Heaven

Man is a peculiar animal. He does not want to die,
but he wants to have heaven. But it is true that heaven comes after death. That
means if a man wants to taste heaven, firstly he must die.

As a Drishtantoist, avoiding the matter of heaven
I follow the principle: ‘Be good only for saving yourself and the world’.


We will discuss about her death according to the inquisitive questions
Piss-off you troll!

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24-01-2013, 11:54 PM
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(24-01-2013 02:59 PM)Tartarus Sauce Wrote:  So this forum had a big enough impact on her life that you, Hamid, who didn't even specify your relation to her in your post, are informing all of us of her death?

How many posts was it that she made on here?

How did you know she posted here?

What was your relation with her?

Consider

So this forum had a big enough impact on her life that you,
Hamid, who didn't even specify your relation to her in your post, are informing
all of us of her death?


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How many posts was it that she made on here?

Her posts are:
  1. Is God an atheist?
  2. Is death not good?
  3. Man does not want to die, but he wants to have
    heaven
  4. Who are neither theist nor atheist?
  5. God + Allah = ?
How did you know she posted here?

I knew it by her blog site, Drishtantoist Movement

What was your relation with her?

As she I am a drishtantoist too.
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