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The Confessions Of An Incorrigible Person

I am a religious fanatic, because I do not respect any religion other than my own Humanism.

I am not cosmopolitan, because I do not respect any community other than my own Humanity.

I do not like any language other than my own the language of unity, understanding and friendship.

I give a damn to any culture other than my own Human Culture.

There is only one civilization I respect, the ancient civilization I am a part of World Civilization.

I do not have time for anybody other than my own family The World Fraternity.

Agreed, all these characteristics that I have are extremely condemnable. But sorry, I will not change. I am incorrigible.
Raja Basu

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Nude Girls And Their Photogrphs, Is This Modern Culture?

Is it modern culture to
Unclothe and denude?
Where are we going to
With our nude photographs?
Have we gone blue
With the blue films?
Do we want to import
The bar culture?
Bijay Kant Dubey

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Death Poem

The death of someone close to us leave us shocked with grief.
We cannot understand how one minute this person was here and the next they are gone.
The truth is that those we love are never truly gone. The body may have run its course, but the soul lives forever.
Human beings have been cognizant of eternal life since the beginning of time.
Every culture has its own traditions about death and reincarnation.
The anxiety commonly felt about death in our culture is a result of a scientific schema which says that 'if I don't see it,
it's not there'.
tora keo

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A scandal is born off of shame where
revolution is poured strait from a bottle of denatured pride.
Hysteriam mania and prosperity change each culture that
is in its childhood

Some more in tact, cultures needing no union, have no scandals but traditions that a melting pot does not understand.

a scandal rides alone.
a revolution unites.
Sarah Sisson

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