Unity in Diversity
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Listed below are a few names by which people refer god (depending upon the religion or time)
Yeshua (the actual name of Jesus of Nazareth)
Ra (Sun God, King of Gods for the Egyptians).
Now, Do u find any thing common to all the names???
Yes, all the names end with a syllable that sounds like "aa". Similarly, one can only hope that people get 2 realize and attain the abode of the universal vedantic God, watever be their religious background and refrain from all the pointless debates.
I was pondering quite a bit on these striking similarities...Thot , I can share my accruing thots so that they can accrue even more from ur comments..:)
Another thing to be noticed is the names of most of the female gods end with the syllable that sounds like "ii"..Just to name a few ..
It seems like "ii" always follows the "aa"..For example..in tamil, hindi and sanskrit (may be more) , the alphabets start with the A,AA and then immediately followed by ee,eee...:)..
This kind of similarity could also be noticed in the Saptha Swaras of Carnatic Music (Sa, ri , ga , ma , pa ,dha, ni ,sa) . This signifies that all the other sounds originate from the root sounds of "a" or "i".
Also , please take a look at the following names of the avathars of the Lords and their consorts.
1. Rama ( Masculine)
2. Sita (Feminine)
3. Krishna (Masculine)
4. Radha ( Feminine)
Here, the names of "Sita" and "Krishna" are composed of similar syllables of "ii" followed by "aa"..And if you take "Rama" and "Radha" , they have the syllables of "aa" followed by another "aa"..This essentially hints that both the male and female aspects of creation are basically the same despite the differing qualities..I guess u folks are able to see the similarity amidst variousness, which arises out of the application of our finite minds..Hence,we are all none but the universal God..:) manifested in different forms..
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