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(89)The raging fires of discontent

 

           Last but not the least is the fires of discontent, frustration and anxiety which today is furiously raging in every heart without exception, throughout the whole vast world. This fire, although it has in every age, era and epoch, pestered and tormented poor human  heart, yet in this particular, modern age of atomism, due partly to the peculiar set up of this exclusively materialistic age, and partly due to the absence of faith and moral and spiritual values, it has assumed alarming proportions.

 

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(90)THE PRESENT MADNESS ABOUT MATERIAL

GAIN AND MANKIND'S FUTURE

 

Man today is raving mad after the material world, material progress, material comfort, material safeguards, material remedies in a braying hell of Materialism .A hell raging with an unprecedented fervour. Men are, by virtue of the modern system compelled to go headlong into the material pursuits. They have prepared chains for themselves, and have themselves bound themselves in them, those chains, and are being dragged on to the hell, by a sort of a willing helplessness. No body can stay out. Any one stopping to look behind, would be crushed under the feet of the dragging column of humanity. .

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(91)THE ATOMIC FIRE AND OUTSTRETCHED COLUMNS

DESCRIPTION BY QURAN

The heat-flash which we have already described as the initial radiation of the atomic explosion, a radiation which appears within a fraction of a second on detonation, and which travels with the speed of light, that is 186,000 miles per second, and lasts for only about two seconds or so, and is the only original body of atomic explosion besides the atomic radiations.

 

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:(92)HOTAMA

      The view of atomic hell enjoyed

 And now, please, close your eyes, and imagine your self to be sitting on Mount Everest, the loftiest peak of the tallest mountain on earth. The whole earth is before your eyes. But you are shivering with cold. Yes, indeed there is much cold over there. But see the marvel of the mind, the like of which has not hitherto been discovered by the scientist. Yet it is a marvel. This human mind. The lofty peak which Sir John Hunt was only able to conquer after great hardships amongst torturous hosts of blood-sucking leeches  and amidst blinding blizzards, and indeed loss of human life, you can feel under your very feet and can touch the pole of that flag which colonel Hunt had planted there as a sign of victory.

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