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    How not to mix religion and politics

    For those who are sick and tired of mixing religion and politics, this is what I would recommend. Wrap religion in a soft warm cloth and place it in a cute little box; and please don’t forget to turn that tiny key to lock it. Place it in your almirah locker where you keep your precious stuffs like jewelry or your original documents. On Sunday morning, you open the cute little box and apply religion on your face. Don’t forget to rub it gently over your nose and your cheeks with your finger tips in a circling movement. Now, you are glowing and set for the day. Say a little…

  • Reflection

    Who to blame? Let us be specific

    When we say that the public is also to be blamed for the messy situation we are in, does that mean that the baby girl who was born last night in a remote village in Myanmar border is also to be blamed? Let’s be specific. ‘Public’ is a heterogeneous group with angels and demons and every type in between. Generalizing the blame is not just for those who are not corrupt yet suffer for someone else’s faults. Blaming the public is a favorite prop politicians use to legitimize their actions. But let’s face this truth: Politicians are homogeneous in so far as corruption is concerned. By virtue of their power…