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(78 People Likes) How does a hindu explain sati (burning a wife alive with her dead husband) tradition to a non-Hindu?
br> Now Sati is a cognition of few series of happenings in history both medieval and mythology. Let's clarify misconceptions, way back to the goddess Sati, the better half of Lord Shiva. As per the shiv purana, Shiva Sati's marriage was not accepted by Sati's father, Mr.Dakah. So when a 'yagn' was performed by him, invitations were given to all Gods, for the sacred ceremony. Shiv Sati were not invited because of obvious reasons. Sati felt it was an insult for not inviting Shiva, one of the omnipotent forms of trinity for such a pious ceremony. With a sorrowful heart Sati went to the yagn without any invitation, only to get insulted by her maiden family. Unable to hear such comments about Lord Shiv she became ferocious and took oath for loathe sacrificed herself in the eternal pyre for her husband's humiliation in front of the whole world. Consequential circumstances were known but not the scope of explanation here. So now this was an example of Sati devi's Sahagamana for her husband out of own will. Later on myth tells us many stories of 'pativratya' where a husband is considered as a wife's God the wife after attaining widowhood could do nothing but sacrifice herself with her own wil. Note that it was not considered as a tabo then because 1. It was not a forced one, 2. The ethos practices of the then society accepted it as even men were pious enough then. Now as a similar narration comes the famous story of Madri, the mother of the Pandava twins. King Pandu, could never have intercourse with his wives due to a curse. But once out of agitated movements came an instance where harmonial pleasures brought Madri Pandu into pressure commit. Circumstances killed the king. Now Madri felt so embarrassed humiliated for such a scenario which led to her husband's death out of that thought planned to give away her life, again not a tabo or a forced conviction. Years after years things went smooth as it is always there myth was misspropagated misinterpreted and few women were obliged to do so. Because such brutal practices, if taken place in Islam, people would always compare it with Quran teachings say this is no where told in Quran an anti element of Islam propaganda. True, but when it comes to Hinduism whatever may be the reason sadly things never did work or are working in that way. Off the topic..... So, orthodox families women felt it a necessity to sacrifice. Slowly people made it a social issue of pride prejudice, forced sacrifices took place in course of time. Again societal pressure you see. Also during external invasions where men were all killed in a battle, women were brutally raped abducted by the so called victorious. As natural as always with Indian societies, Anime Sex Doll let me tell u not just Hindu societies, widowed queens felt death as a better answer than to bear brutality. Now if you ask me why was it still practiced in British period, it's not so easy for a society to change drastically as kings or rulers change. Moreover except in places like West Bengal and Rajasthan ( no intended remarks to any state emotional pride) where was sati practised? Ever in central India, north east or south? No right? Are they not hindus? Now good that things changed may be due to British implications. Yeah it was during British rule that Sati was legally banned. Good things happened. May be because British were not as brutal in treating woman as Islamic rulers ( note now this in noway means an insult to my muslim friends today). ( of course may be Islamic rulers were better in some other aspects than british ) In a brighter note thoug
(52 People Likes) What would you think if someone made a sex doll that looked like you?
ause a friend of mine is working in the UK near Birmingham and just told me he went in a shop there that makes sex dolls to look like whoever you want. Interesting the shop told him that women have freaked out when they found out a doll was asian fever love doll made from thei Mini Sex Doll likeness but men never
(53 People Likes) Do conservatives think the minimum wage shouldn't be adjusted for inflation? If so, why?
es reflexively reject any impediment to unfettered functioning of the free market. As such, conservatives oppose any increase minimum wage But, like many arguments founded in ideological bias rather than facts and statistics, this argument sounds good, but - it masks a more cynical agenda. Fundamentally, changes in minimum wage are about wealth redistribution. Over the long term, there is some good evidence that increases in the minimum wage benefit everybody. BUT, in the short term, increases in minimum wage benefit “labor” at the expense of “capital”. In other words, these changes benefit MOST everyone. And, much like the capital gains tax, inheritance tax and regulations surrounding bank privacy, these contributors are keenly aware that they are advocating an unpopular position. So, they can’t show their cards and admit their true intentions (would you?) - they need to come up with other arguments As a result, their arguments are recast with the reductive power of populist politics and then blasted thr asian fever love doll ugh established channels of idealogically inspired dogma. Now, we argue about something other than the real issue. The “new” minimum wage argument has been recast away from peer reviewed research and into a slickly manufactured sound bite narrative. Instead of facts, the voter hears an oversimplified ‘thought experiment’ to cause him to conclude he understands the issue. From there, its easy to convince this voter he/she can extrapolate their insight to something that looks like the same problem. But, it’s not - and the same intellectual hubris that was excited to “understand” the one problem prevents us from seeing that it’s not applicable to the other problem. This is the essence of conservative marketing and it’s very effective. Think about the minimum wage argument you hear all the time. “If I ran a business and suddenly, the enactment of a minimum wage caused me to have to pay that worker more money, I’d hire less workers. It sounds like a good argument. Except it offers a simple microeconomic construct to refute a much more nuanced macroeconomic problem. Conveniently ignoring the benefit of favoring labor over capital, of increasing monetary velocity, improved productivity and social mobility (just to name a few…) But, far more importantly, it ignores the facts: The minimum wage is one of the most studied phenomena in all of economics and collective insight is best expressed in Card Kruegers 1993 study Minimum Wages and Employment: A Case Study of the Fast Food Industry in New Jersey and Pennsylvania It’s a comparative study of a single MSA that straddles two states - one which had a minimum wage increase and one that didn’t. It turns out raising the minimum wage didn’t effect employment growth. BUT, it did contribute to better lives for lower income people who benefited from the wage increase. To be clear, this isn’t a “single standalone study” but, the culmination of 50 years of economic research on the topic. That’s the thing about the real scientific process - it’s rarely “revolutionary” - and more often a collection of petty, bickering, arcane studies that support a slow and steady march of progress. Even as a standalone, the study has withheld a series of well-funded and increasingly stupid attacks from the right for one reason: it’s right. (example of problems with most recent “study” The Problems With A New Study On Seattle's $15 Minimum Wage ) Truthfully, I blame the Dems. Instead of using facts to refute an intellectually flawed attack, the Dems promote a story of “hardship at the bottom”. But, by ignoring conservative dishonesty, they unintionally validate it. If voters understood how wealthy interests were co-opting misunderstood policies like minimum wage oppositions to support the largest wealth transfer in history, they might finally recognize those “job creators” for what they are. Instead, the Dems l focus on charity and empathy - both noble ideals. But, entirely inade
(67 People Likes) Why was the real Annabelle doll locked up?
br> Almost as soon as the doll was brought home by the mother for her dau Love Doll hter, all types of mischievous behaviors occurred. Those mischievous behaviors almost instantly turned evil with the doll reportedly levitating, attacking the family members and trying to kill a family friend. Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren were called into look into the unusual circumstances surrounding the doll named Annabelle. It was determined by the Warrens that the doll had been infused with great evil, specifically from an inhuman spirit who was attempting to work towards taking possession of one of the humans. After Ed and Lorraine investigated the situation and deemed it very unsafe, they ordered the entire location where the doll was residing being completely cleansed and blessed. For the safety of all, it was decided that the Warrens should take the large raggedy doll with them and lock it up in a glass case, to neutralize any evil powers still embedded in the doll. The Warrens took Annabelle to their home and encased the doll in glass and included it in their special museum. Although Ed Warren passed away, Lorraine Warren is still alive at 91 years of age and believes the doll is still a threat. However, Lorraine maintains the doll is not able to hard anyone as long as i asian fever love doll ’s encased in glass. In a nutshell that was why the real Annabelle doll , which looked very different from the doll in the movie, was actually locked up? Not everyone believes this is a true case since many
(38 People Likes) I just got out of a 5 year relationship with the hottest girl ever. She had a model figure, very sexy. Now she is gone and I am so lonely I have no friends. How can I move on knowing I'll never be with another girl like that again?
r next time, well ... grow up. I would imagine that during the five years you got close to each other, cared about each other and that is a loss. All you've described is her hotness, her being so sexy, her figure ... she can obviously do better than being with someone who only values that. Is that really what mattered to you? You're so lonely now? Was she your only friend? Loss is hard and painful, we all think of the strangest things. You're really sad because you need a gi