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Spiritual Philosophy And Violence
Kamala Sarup
The world's picture dramtically changed after the First and Second World Wars.  Following 9/11, the world witnessed yet another holocaust of terror.

This has had a definite impact on everyone, particularly many women.  Time has not been moving forward with a certain direction. The aimless movement of time has made the future of many women worldwide to be even more uncertain and precarious.

The question of peace and security hangs in limbo before us.  In such a crucial time of emotional crisis, I have searched for answers in God.  My assumption is that the women and men with the power of divinity can help lead the world through spirituality to God, and at the same time, can help protect the universe with His greatness and strength.

I have projected this new acceptance into my writing. This very fact may have helped in providing this opportunity.

Every creative change brings happiness to man.

My writing is committed to renovate old values and construct new ones in accordance with the changing times. I like to present new things as time dictates and demands. To achieve my goal, I have developed my philosophy in writing through which I go and explore, and hopefully, offer some meaning and relevance. 

This philosophy, for me, means to fully observe life and the world through literature; to explore peace, happiness and pleasure for all mankind.  And finally, to explore oneself to better understand how I fit in with others, and the world as a whole.  The main aim of my life is to seek peace, pleasure and happiness for mankind.

Many words have lost their meaning -- and the meaning of truth has been changed or lost.

This has compelled man to seek meaning in each step of their lives. For me the only quest is about the truth. Even in Western writings that I have gone through, I found the same thing. Hence, it is due to the truth I am maintaining my linkage with Western writing.

"The world after the declaration, is going ahead randomly, almost lawlessly and in a disorderly way. To set the world in order, and to restore peace, harmony and happiness, a dynamic leader's arrival is necessary in the world. At such a time, I have challenged Nietzsche, and declared a new god within man. Thus, challenging Nietzsche, I am going a step forward establishing avant-garde trend in my writing," said the poet Gopal Parajuli.

Science and technology can never, and in no age, can ignore the feeling and sensibility of the creator.  "Heartless" science and technology can never challenge the truth of creation.

In this age of science too, Milton is known as England, Homer is known as Greece, Vergil is known as Rome, Frost is known as America, Bhanubhakta is known as Nepal.  A writer writes simply because he can create emotion, sentiment and feeling in his creation.

"The feeling, emotion and sentiment of man never dies. These are the elements of spirit.  Man lives in feeling, emotion and sentiment before and after death. The feeling of spirit after death makes a man positive towards life. I am positive towards life, so towards spirit. Some people may argue that literary creation is an outcome of continual endeavour. Creation is essentially an outcome of inherent ingenuity. The living creation cannot be created by an endeavour. Inherent ingenuity is the must. A writer is born not made. The conflicting powers should be made weaker in order to make their ideas much stronger. The opinions and ideas of others should be regarded. Then only peace can be restored in the country and the nation can be rescued. In this process sacrificing vested interest of the interest group is the uttermost.  Flow of information is at their finger tips and the future is in their hands. So emerging generations should be responsible to the time, nation and the world. They should feel that they are the responsible citizen of the world," Parajuli further added.

Poets like to communicate feelings to people, evoke emotion.  They want thoughts to be disseminated as widely as possible. A great book makes a great man and a great nation. 

"I prefer to write poems when the subject is serious. I write short stories when I want to present the modes of human characters. I like to write plays when I feel conflict in feelings and ideas. The subject also is important for me. In my poems I have taken themes of universal values like peace, harmony and freedom. As to the subject of my stories, I have shown mostly the negative characters that dwell in the heart of society. In my plays the subject shows the conflicting where man is divided in the two extremes," Parajuli continued. 

As I regarded in the beginning, that knowledge and education were represented by poems, I wrote to gain knowledge for myself and then share it with my fellow human beings. 

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