About Me

This blog is the collection of thoughts and ideals that I came across during his time.

Who am I

I am a passivist, not an activist.

The difference between a passivist and an activist(as I understand) is that a passivist believes in things and try to live by those believes. A passivist questions himself, does not trust himself, does not believe he is right. He fails in his beliefs often and he continues to live by consoling himself that humans are cursed to fail but he always tries his best to live by those rules that he made for himself(he might have got them from Karl Marx, Communism, Capitalism. It does not matter) by questioning those beliefs often, searching for someone to challenge him, hoping to find someone who shows that he failed his beliefs, so that he can improve as a person.

An activist on the other hand believes in his morals, he is right and anybody who deviates from his beliefs does not deserve the basic human respect. It is every human’s choice to be a passivist or believe in an activist.

Religion and my views

I was born a Hindu but grew up to be someone who rejects all established/bureaucratic religions and live by his own morals/rules/standards that he made for himself by his understanding of the world.

Nothing makes me happier than proving to people that they have been deluded and reduced to the state of dogs that loves their owners no matter how much pain a owner inficts on them.

As I have matured and looked far afield, I have come to accept that humanity in simpler terms is similar to a cow herd ie) no individual thoughts that they cultivate and nurture on their own but readily accept the words of their so called leaders and gladly judge others and inflict pain on their fellow humans.

My World Views

I am a non-conforming, libertarian, nihilistic misanthrope who finds it difficult to fit into this materialistic world. I don’t do small talk. I value solitude. I am not learning anything in this trivial world filled with distractions and gadgets. I yearn for a life that Henry Miller espoused.

I have no money, no resources, no hopes. I am the happiest man alive.

Henry Miller

I do not believe in religions invented by humans and their imaginative definition of God. I don’t label myself an atheist either. I reject both extremes.

What comes from within me by digesting and analyzing what I observe is the knowledge that walks with me till death.

I am not active on social media for a variety of reasons. Instead of reaching out to me through the social accounts, you are always welcome to meet-up in person or email. I consider this form of interaction to be the better approach.

Code of Conduct

Life as I experience every day has shattered many of my long held beliefs sometimes painfully but always manages to leave a lasting impression on me. I have learned a couple of things from those experiences and try to follow them stringently and apply them to everyday life. I have listed some them below.

My Eternal Question

I was disturbed that he brought me into being, and nothing has grown through my life like my bewilderment at it. We’re forced to depart, and don’t even know what the point is of all this coming and going and being.

Omar Kayyam

Comment Policy

I have disabled comments on my blog because I consider most online comments to be a complete waste of time, inviting vitriol and as time passes the comments devolve into malicious, vindictive, nasty, pernicious words intent on hurting others rather than encourage sharing of different viewpoints.

I can be reached at comments@prasanna.org if you believe that a particular post or idea requires discussion.

About this site

I have published 195 articles on this site beginning in July 2016. The newest article is Computer Revolution hasn’t happened yet from Nov 16, 2018. A complete archive is available here.

The site’s design is a custom one, created by me(generously copied from matt’s website). A Style Sample of the blog is available.

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