Sunday, November 08, 2009

Green hot air

[Re: India’s Independence and the Spiritual Destiny: Part Y by Pravir on Sun 08 Nov 2009 08:55 AM IST Profile Permanent Link
Some thoughts on Green: This may mean the erection of alternative forms of currency beyond monetary, and the creation of an alternative financial and stock market system that focuses on other attributes, perhaps drawing more direct inspiration from the underlying fourfold order. Pushed to its limits Green could also mean that which in the final analysis is most sustainable. In here perhaps there is tremendous opportunity to re-create or new-create based on the multidimensionality of the fourfold motive forces. Naturally all this can provide a huge field for India to exercise leadership.]
by Tusar N. Mohapatra on Sun 08 Nov 2009 09:09 AM IST Profile Permanent Link
I don't sense remotely anything you write here in Indirapuram. Are we living in the same country?

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by Tusar N. Mohapatra on Tue 10 Nov 2009 02:48 PM IST Profile Permanent Link
“The art of the possible” is a classic definition of politics, but your version of “possibility” defies all sense of proportion. If your post is simply poetic, then one can enjoy the verdant inspiration behind the “fictional creation” but such a luxury, I presume, is certainly not intended. Further, the yardstick with which you measure “The trend of global economic development” seems to be defective from which flows a flawed prophecy.
My request is to be careful with facts and figures while operating in the public domain so that we earn some credibility and not be seen merely as dreamy-eyed recluses. [TNM] Reply
Update:
The above post has been unilaterally and arbitrarily deleted by R.Y. Deshpande from mirror of tomorrow which I protest. Such fascist instincts are really frightening. [TNM]

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