Thiruman Archunan Quotes

Thiruman Archunan Quotes

The world is continuously discontinuous. It is continuous for intuition and thinking; discontinuous for reason and observation. The human senses break it down but the unconvinced mind unites it.

Science is a lie in day-light, with a lot witnesses. Religion is a truth in darkness, without any need for such witness!

Art works to satisfy the instinct and the science works to satisfy the reason.

Intelligence and stupidity have equal chance of taking a man to divinity! The blind nature has no such distinctions.

If a woman does not want she actually wants, if she wants she certainly wants it!

Wherever and whenever a woman is harassed, abused and exploited there could be found a religion or some kind of irrational belief and suppression of reason among the minds of men or women who were responsible for the exploitation.

Fear of nature led to society; hatred among men lead to culture; envy among women led to virtue.

Politics works on the principle that an idiot who knows more idiots is an intelligent.

Accident is nature’s way of starting a design; design is a man’s way of looking at the accidents.

Nature takes the decision first, man agrees, reconciles, modifies, refutes, contradicts etc., subsequently. It means the application of reason, the discretionary power of a man, only happens afterwards!

Marriage is the best compromise between nature and culture.

Nature hides a man many things; but the man hides the nature itself. Nature decides when to show a man what; man decides what to show the society how.

Man is not the owner of mind but only a user. The nature owns mind, man hires only a small portion of it that too for a brief period.

God is as real as mind and the mind is as real as nature.

Everything is as real as nothing, whatever way the nothing itself is defined.

Perversion is a sleeping monster; art is a fanning mistress. Art serves the perversion that is deep and often dormant within human beings.

Spiritualism exits only for individuals. Reason is born when two men interact; addition of more and more members necessitates the spreading of the reason culminating as culture. Hence a culture is as dynamic as the reason. The nature of the reason is the nature of the spirit within for some and instinct for some others.

The usefulness or otherwise of wealth, status and power to a possessor depends only on a single factor: the nature and strength of his reason.

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