We need morality first than Religions! (Must Read / See)


I can simply put it this way, when we cannot follow what morals our god or our religions want us to follow! Why we need religion alone? We need to be moral first before being religious in any path we prefer.

Please read the transcript or watch this video.. He makes more sense!

Well, religion is an interesting topic because religion is universal. All human societies believe in the supernatural. All human societies have a religion one way or another. Which for the biologists must mean that religion has some advantages — offers some advantages to a society. Otherwise we wouldn’t have that strong tendency to develop it. And so for me that’s actually a far more interesting question of whether God exists or doesn’t exist. That sort of question I cannot answer. But the question of why we have religions is an interesting question. And my view is that…

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Malala Yousafzai wants to be Prime Minister tipped for Nobel Peace Prize

The 16-year-old Pakistani girl who was shot at point blank range by the Taliban because of her unswerving campaign for education says she hopes to be her country\’s prime minister one day.Brave Malala Yousafzai, who has made an astonishing recovery since being shot in the head, refuses to be daunted by the terrorists who tried to assassinate her.She revealed her political aspirations just hours after she was awarded Europe\’s top human rights prize and on the eve of the announcement for this year\’s Nobel Peace Prize, for which she was a strong contender but lost out to chemical weapons watchdog OPCW.


Some Faith in Humanity Restored…

While it is as easy as a coin drop to hear bad news, little acts of kindness are rarely documented and blasted on the news. More the pity, because we get only one side of the picture, and those little heroes of every day life, that truly believe they are in a society and act that way, are lost in the ever flowing stream of scare news.


PRESS REGULATION: The void that is the tabloid

The Slog

Decent Brits want rid of vicious Newscorp inaccuracy, not press freedom

Live: Maria de Villota found dead…

…headlined the Mirror’s website this afternoon. It’s hard to imagine any headline writer being either that thick or that smartassed as to pen that one, but there you go: my money’s on smartassed.

Potty as it may seem, it is this kind of behaviour that is going to bring the Sword of Levenson down on the necks of brass.

A-lister biffed over barf girl…..

….headlines the Murdoch Currant Bun. ‘A FILM star was punched and kicked in the groin by a passer-by in London after he refused to stop filming a female reveller being sick’ claims Rupe’s soaraway sh*te-bucket. But if you want to know which star it was you’ll have to sign up for the Digger’s paywall-smasher. And if you don’t want to know, congratulations, you are civilised. Such a decision…

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Quasimodo’s Replacement

(Here’s something that you most likely would not have learned at school.)

(However, it is the Victor Hugo postscript to The Hunchback of Notre Dame that, until now, was never published.)

1After Quasimodo’s death, the bishop of the Cathedral of Notre Dame sent word through the streets of Paris that a new bell ringer was needed.

The bishop decided that he would conduct the interviews personally and went up into the belfry to begin the screening process.

After observing several applicants demonstrate their skills, he had decided to call it a day. Just then, an armless man approached him and announced that he was there to apply for the bell ringer’s job.

The bishop was incredulous. ‘You have no arms,’ he said.

‘No matter,’ said the man. ‘Observe!’

And he began striking the bells with his face, producing a beautiful melody on the carillon.

The bishop listened in astonishment; convinced he had finally found a replacement for Quasimodo.

But suddenly, as he rushed forward to strike the bell, the armless man tripped and plunged headlong out of the belfry window to his death in the street below.

The stunned bishop rushed down two hundred and ninety five church steps, when he reached the street, a crowd had gathered around the fallen figure, drawn by the beautiful music they had heard only a moment before.

As they silently parted to let the bishop through, one of them asked, ‘Bishop, who was this man?’.

‘I don’t know his name,’ the bishop sadly replied…

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WAIT ! WAIT ! There’s more…

The following day, despite the sadness that weighed heavily on his heart due to the unfortunate death of the armless campanologist, the bishop continued his interviews for the bell ringer of Notre Dame.

The first man to approach him said, ‘Your Excellency, I am the brother of the poor armless wretch that fell to his death from this very belfry yesterday. I pray that you honour his life by allowing me to replace him in this duty.’

The bishop agreed to give the man an audition, and, as the armless man’s brother stooped to pick up a mallet to strike the first bell, he groaned, clutched at his chest, twirled around, and died on the spot.

Two monks, hearing the bishop’s cries of grief at this second tragedy, rushed up the stairs to his side.

‘What has happened? Who is this man?’ the first monk asked breathlessly.

‘I don’t know his name,’ sighed the distraught bishop, ‘but…’

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The paper which hates Britain? Guardian leaks ‘worst blow to British intel ever’

The title doesn’t represent the hyperbole of a partisan commentator, but the sober warnings of Sir David Omand, the former head of GCHQ (the UK’s counterpartto the NSA) and homeland security adviser to 10 Downing St. 

The theft and leak of tens of thousands of top-secret NSA files by Edward Snowden, procured by Glenn Greenwald and published by the Guardian, Oman said, “eclipses the Cambridge spy ring as the most catastrophic loss suffered by British intelligence” in history. He added that ‘The Guardian and others in possession of Mr Snowden’s leaked files had gone on to publish information that was invaluable to foreign spies, terrorists and criminal networks’.

But, that’s not all.

Andrew Parker, the head of MI5 argued in a speech on Tuesday that Snowden’s leaks caused huge ‘harm’ to the capability of Britain’s intelligence services, and became a ‘guide books’ for terrorists who could…

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Home Designs for a Comfortable Winter…

Home Designs to Winter in Class

Winter is when we spend the most time at home. After all, rain is fun to enjoy for a bit, but even more sitting with a hot cup in your hands. Having a beautiful room around you doesn\’t hurt that experience one bit, I\’d say. So let\’s have a look at some terrific ideas for room designs we\’d gladly winter in!