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The Origin of Stupid Divides

"All the gods of all the religions have some human form or earthly life. Each of these life forms have heroic characteristics, each religion provokes everyone to follow the ways of these heroes which is tough or near impossible" : Jitendra Verma

The world is full of confusions and extra-assumptions. Rumors appear as realistic as this sun or earth. Everyone has its own version of truth. Truth however is rather more deep and unromantic. One reason we don't accept reality is 'its being undramatic'. Reality refuses to almost all basic hypothesis of human life. I leaves no room for superstitions and extra-physical laws. Today's challenge is to undone the false hypothesis of human race which is leading them into the era packed with riots, massacre and assassination. Making them understand reality should be the priority of new sage-hood of intellectuals. A lot becomes right if we agree to accept some basic hypothesis of human evolution. Few are given below.   

#1. Human Life on Earth is possible (mainly) at three places 'Snow', 'Desert' & 'Greenland'. Human race is also divided based on these three geographical attributes. Human race that began living in snow has only fishes or polar animals to hunt and eat. To keep body warm they need to drink wine or such hard drinks but since weather is tough they need to live in large cohort. People those who began living in desert had only desert animals to eat and they can't think of consuming wineries in such a hot climate becasue it adversely effects the body if the climate is hot. Now because weather is hot and tough here too they too needed to live in large cohort. Human race lived in green lands had vast options to chose from. They so are divided in food habits, had vivid life style and were free to roam around even in small cohorts. During this thousands of years of slow evolution these cohorts grown up to form tribes and tribes grown up to form massive civilizations. 

#2. These civilizations learnt a lot to live through extreme weathers and natural calamities. Rich experience of surviving unpredictable natural behaviour established the concept of respecting elders of the groupa. The resource consumption by these cohorts had grown up many folds because of the growth of the population in every such cohorts. The hunter/gatherers of these groups started travelling longer distances. They slowly began to come in contact of each other. People of every civilization came in contact of every other civilization. Since the climatic conditions of their origin lands were different their physique/body built up was different too. Dressing senses, beliefs, skills, expertise everything was different becasue it was as per the demand of the climatic conditions they originated from. It also was the truth that they all were equal in basic look and esthetical designs. This initiated the quest of comparison among them. For all these thousands of years they used spears, arrows, and hammers to hunt for food but for the first time they used these weapons against each other to prove their superiority over other. Intention was to establish claim on the resources they used to cherish alone since ages. 

#3. An apt human resource was needed to win these fights and establish claim on resources. The winner group will be the one having largest number of young population. It rolled out the need of retaining most talented in the group. It required an apt human resource management in every civilizations willing to survive high and large. To control the migration, enhance the retention and master the recruitment of human resource, it was required to develop a mechanism. Migration was on peak mainly due to the opportunity for a young talented personnel (i.e. freebies like to exploit the better women, tender fruits and meat). In such a high transportation of talent, retention was something of the greatest challenge of those era. Like ever, retention requires augmentation of facilities in home civilization. Augmentation of job is nothing but is a method to dupe the resource person by creating illusion of satisfaction. It was the time of inventing bigger lies. Terms like holy, divine, after life, hell, heaven god were such augmentations which greatly helped in retaining human resource. It was the time of invention of humanities most lethal lie called 'Religion'

#4. It’s evident in any holy or historical books that majority of religions born at the junction of 'Desert, Snow & Green Land' i.e. a cusp of Asian-European land (somewhere around Israel, Jerusalem, Iran & Turkey). It was the era when Mesopotamia, Greece, Harappa, Rome, Chintaos, Sumers began to transit from civilizations to religion like Islam, Jude, Christian, Buddhists etc... They isolated themselves from each other based upon some basic deviations in their assumptions of Divine powers. These assumption were based upon their way of life or the geographical conditions of their land of origin. To define what this so called divine power could be they used two most obvious psychological feature of humanity one is FEAR! Fear of dark, fear of unknown, fear of future, fear of uncertainty to survive... second is LUST! Lust to live long, lust to be beautiful, lust to be more famous, valuable and lust of being in demand… This LUST & FEAR developed the ripples of GREED, FEUD etc. The whole concept of religion is weaved around it. All the gods of all the religions have some human form or earthly life. Each of these life forms have heroic characteristics, each religion provokes everyone to follow the ways of these heroes which is tough or near impossible. This impossibility of such life makes them more heroic and divine. 

Since no one on the earth today or ever has seen these heroes, everyone talks about them with closest possible proximity. It is another way of becoming hero! Like if you pose a picture with some leader, you can show it to your local people boasting about your reach and contacts.

#5 This could have been OK had it been limited to its heroic quest but it triggered one more natural characteristic of human i.e. hatred. Since ages human basically is fighting for heroism, since ages human race is divided based upon the same basic geographical attributes. Since ages they are indulged in the cycle of being winner, runner and loser. It is a vicious cycle which needs to be stalled. 

Stop heroism 
No one is superior or inferior! Everyone is ace of at least one task and jack of all or little less than this. Society is like a system of any vehicle. In order to run on road it needs all its part to function exactly the way they're meant to function. Wheels should work like wheel, break should work like break, and engine like engine etc. none of its part can claim superiority over other because vehicle just can't run without any of it. 
Since childhood, grandmother begins to narrate the tale of a prince, a fairy or a king or a queen or a god or divine human. It sparks heroism, seeds jealousy and develops hatred. It should be stopped at the earliest. 

Refuse to answer if you don't know
We tend to establish our self as an expert of everything! We try to answer every query even when we don't know! We often lie! We lie about some divine powers. We describe that sun a is a god emitting energy for us, earth is a goddess holding life for us and moon is a subject of love because it simply is a useless lighting machine of night. It corrupts the mind of a vulnerable childhood. By duty towards humanity we should refuse to answer if we don't know. Let the experts do their due, your child will search his part of truth someway. Let him be the researcher or inventor or creator in his own way! 

Let's make a world which should appear like it belongs to us. Together we can, together we will. Someday perhaps one day... it will be our own world! Free of massacre, killings and profits. Let the hope prevail not illusions. 


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