Babbad,VdàSbad …b„ ib¯an

-ibpåb
rag GâNa, Baelabasa †tYaidr jnY naik Ÿkan ob¯aink FYabelF Ÿn†! jnab jimmUl baSar nanan
ŸParaem pãTem '¯an' …b„ ib¯an iney ŸmaQm cYael² Careln| ŸsFar ˆ¹r idlam| …Kn tar
ŸleFö ŸPBairF-ib¯an ik …†sb Bab Õaid AnUBuitr FYabelF bar kret ŸpereC?
mjar pãSÈ! Vpin Ÿpãem peReCn-†¬Ca Ÿn†| taw peReCn! FYabelF ŸKey inn Ÿpãm ŸkeF Zaeb!
ATba FYabelF ŸKey Ÿpãem pRun-FYabelF Ÿpãm| FYabelF ibrH| FYabelF rag| FYabelF KuSI-KuSI!
ˆ¹rFa He¬C, gebxna cleC …† Babbaid mnek ob¯aink ˆpaey ŸbaJar| saPlY …eseC ikCu ikCu
ŸQeº-Zt smy …egaeb, ib¯an Babbaid menr smsYar smaDaenr Kub kaeC ŸpƒOeC Zaeb|
jnab baSar nanan ŸParaem AiBeZag jainey Taekn tar ŸlKa Ÿkn iBÊmet Capaena Hy na|
Babbaid dàSn iney Vmaedr Ÿkan AsuibDa Ÿn†| ikǼ tar ŸlKa pRel, ŸZekan suóù pafk Babet†
paern iBÊmt ikCu pagelr obfkKana| ŸlKay Zid s„GbÁta, jmaF bunuin Taketa, tar mtamt
Vim Kub §r›etÔr saeT Capatam| Capaena ˆict| karN ˆnar pãSÈguil smó» VDYatMbaidra ker
Taekn| ikǼ tar 'pagla-baba' Fa†epr ŸlKa Ÿkan suóù pfenr ˆpZu¹¡ ny| ˆin br„
ba„laedS-Baret jaimmUl VDYatMSãm Kulun| ŸsKaen VDYatMbaid pãlap bkel P™el lal Hey
Zaebn| Zui¹¡baid ŸParaem ŸlKa ÷agtm, Zid itin tar b¹¡bY §iCey ˆpóùapna kret paern|
Za†eHak ob¯aink dâiöet Babbad ik, ŸsFar ˆ¹r nanan pãbeÉ ideyiC| jnab baSar Vmar …†
duiF ŸlKa Verkbar peR ŸdKunW
page12,13 of http://www.vinnomot.com/BiplabPal/Bigganbad.pdf
page 4,5 of http://www.vinnomot.com/BiplabPal/Dharma3.pdf
http://www.vinnomot.com/BiplabPal/Spiritualism1.pdf
taHel† janet parebn Babbaid menr wpr ik Drenr ob¯aink gebxna cleC| rag, GâNa,
kamna, By manb menr nanan Abóùa maº| …† Abóùar bYaKYar jnY ìDu Babbaid mn dayI? naik
Babbaid menr Aió»tÔ † Ÿn†? sbFa† bó¼baid baó»bta ŸZmnFa maià¤öra bel Taekn? naik
pueraFa† Heàmaenr ŸKla? †tYaid nanan pãeSÈr ˆ¹r ˆpera¹¡ pãbɧe¬C pawya Zaeb|
sutra„ Babbad ib¯aenr ŸcOHaiÀr ba†er …mnFa ŸKayab jnab baSar ŸBeb Taekn| A¯anta
ŸHtu| Dàm Vsel pueraFa† pãlap-ib¯an na janar jnY BulBal dàSenr ŸpCen ŸCaFa| teb
VDYaitMktar pãSÈguela ŸmaeFw pãlap ny-Ÿs§ela ib¯anIra §r›etÔr saeT† ŸBeb Taekn| karN
pãSÈguela sitY† jIbn dàSenr jnY §r›tÔpUàN|
ŸdaxI V†nöa†n?

…bar Vis Vera ikCu Babbaid cYaele²|
Ÿkw Ÿkw pãman krar Ÿcöa kreCn V†nöa†n ÷y„ Vemirkan Vnibk Ÿbamabaijr jnY daiy|
karN Ÿbama banaenar jnY r›jeBlFek icifFa ˆin† ileKiCeln!
pãTm ibSÿZueÁr ibr›eÁ SaiÇ»r imiCel pãTm sairet iCeln V†nöa†n| jIbenr ŸSx du† dSk ìDu
SaiÇ»r jenY† Anbrt ileK ŸgeCn| Vim ADYapk gYair ŸSåayaenr ŸlKa …kFa ViàFkl tuel
idi¬CW
In the last two decades of his life, Einstein was an indefatigable paladin for world peace.
Militant nationalism he deemed the bane of civilization. As the sanguinary history of
belligerents attests, wars rarely procure lasting peace. They customarily exacerbate enmities
and perpetuate cycles of retributive violence. Typically, the motives for war are labyrinthine
and morally opaque. Belligerents are prone to demonize the enemy and to invoke
self-defense.
Recipient in 1948 of the One World Award, Einstein crusaded for a potent international
organization to adjudicate all conflicts between nations. Comprising representatives from
every constituent nation, the organization would be empowered by a constitution approved
by all. The unequivocal support of the nuclear powers was essential to the viability of this
world government.
So was the big stick. With nothing but paper bullets, the organization could be subverted by
recalcitrant nations. All member nations were voluntarily to divest themselves of their armed
forces and to contribute soldiers and weaponry to the organization. It alone would have the
disposition of offensive weapons.
Nations would mutually inspect methods and installations for the production of weapons.
They would freely exchange technical and scientific information with military ramifications.
Nationalism, Einstein maintained, breeds in citizens a propensity for aggression and a
perilous assumption of moral superiority.
He reasoned thus: “So long as the individual state, despite its official condemnation of war,
has to consider the possibility of engaging in war, it must influence and educate its
citizens—and its youth in particular—in such a way that they can easily be converted into
efficient soldiers in the event of war. Therefore it is compelled not only to cultivate a
technical-military training and mentality but also to implant a spirit of national vanity in its
people to secure their inner readiness for the outbreak of war.”
That kind of education, Einstein felt, undermines all efforts to establish moral authority for a
supranational security organization.
Einstein encountered massive resistance in his adopted country. Many Americans in the ‘40s
and ‘50s, as now, distrusted a world government, especially one invested with military

might. They feared unscrupulous powermongers would bend it to their own malevolent wills
and, in the process, undermine American interests at home and abroad. Stripped of its
puissant firepower, the nation couldn’t protect itself from these forces for ill. We would lose
our liberty, independence, prosperity, unfettered pursuit of happiness. We would no longer
be a moral beacon to benighted lands.
Why, indeed, should America relinquish its geopolitical and economic hegemony by
disarming itself?
Einstein had a simple—some will say simplistic—answer.
America seeks peace, does it not? “A person or a nation,” Einstein wrote, “can be considered
peace loving only if it is ready to cede its military force to the international authorities and to
renounce every attempt to achieve its interests abroad by the use of force. Peace can never be
secured by threats, but only by an honest attempt to create mutual trust.”
Should Einstein have stuck to relativity? The question isn't necessarily rhetorical.
Resources and Avenues for Further Study
Waging Peace: Albert Einstein American Institute of Physics: Einstein Speaks on Nuclear
Weapons and World Peace Google: Science: Physics: History: People: Einstein, Albert

V†nöa†n r›jeBlFek Vnibk Ÿbama banaet beliCeln karN jaàman ib¯anIra Vnibk Ÿbama
banael, pâiTbIr ADISÿr Hetn iHFlar| ŸsFa ik kar›r kamY iCl?
iHFlaerr Vnibk Ÿbama pãeje¢r ŸHh iCeln ÷y„ Ha†ejnbaàg| ADIen tar baCa† kra Vfaera jn
ib¯anI| prIQay kKena iÃtIy ŸHan in Ha†ejnbaàg| tar §r› nIlsebar ZuÁ ŸSex ipãytm Caºek
ije¯s kern, Ÿkn jaàman ib¯anIra Vnibk Ÿbama banaet parela na, Vemirkar ŸkeC ŸHer
Ÿgela? Ha†ejnbaàg prIQay Haern in Ÿkan idn!
Ha†ejnbaàg jaineyiCeln, itin ijtel, ŸgaFa pâiTbI, manibkta ŸHer ŸZeta| ta† saebaeFj
keriCeln| †¬Ca ker jaàmanIr Vnibk Ÿbama pãkæpek ibpeT pircalna keriCeln-Zaet
iHFlaerr Haet na peR Vnibk Ÿbama|
ca†el† Ÿbama banaet paretn Ha†ejnbaàg| prmanu ib¯aen jaàmain …igey iCl Aenk ŸZajn|
ikǼ ib¯anI Helw manibk s¹Ôa Buel Zan in jaàman ib¯anIra| ta† brN keriCeln Vemirkan
ib¯anIedr Haet prajy|
ikǼ Zid sitY† Ÿbama banaetn Ha†ejnbaàg? V†nöa†enr w† icifFa† manb sBYtar …kmaº
ºata Hey Taketa|
Ha†ejnbaeàgr …† GFna pãman ker Vnibk ZuÁr karN rajnIit-ib¯anIra ny| ib¯anIra brabr†
manibktaek bƒaiceyeCn|
harˆ†injm, kmuYinjm …b„ naijjm!

maw,öailn,maठ…ra sba† harˆinjmek bó¼baid dàSenr Ÿsra Vibôar bel manetn| iHFlarw
harˆ†enr ibbàtnbaedr pãbl smàTk iCeln|
AàTa‡ ŸdKa Zae¬C ib„S Stai×et Zara sbeTek ŸbSI manux Kun kereC tara sba† ibbàtnbaedr
smàTk|
…†jnY jaàmanIet ib¯aenr paSapaiS DàmEnitktar iSQa Ÿdwya Hy|
Dàmbaidra bel Taekn iHFlar ba maw ba öailn ‰Sÿer ibSÿas krel …eta Ÿlak Kun kret
paretn na|
VHaer!
1946-47 …r jait daªgay ŸZsb mó»anra iniàbcaer gnHtYa kereC tara ŸZn ‰Sÿerr cYala iCela
na! ba„laedeS Kan Ÿsnara ŸZ iºSlQ Ÿlakek Kun krela, tara VLa-B¹¡ ny? tara ibbàtnbaid?
ŸZekan gnHtYar karN Idealism ba VdàSbad| ba„laedeS gnHtYar ŸpCen karN †slaimk
VdàSbad| Ÿtmn† öailn, maweyr gnHtYar karN kmuYinjemr VdàS| VdàSbad ib¯aniberaiD|
VdàS Taket Ÿgel prm setYr Aió»tÔ Taket Hy| ib¯aenr dâiöet prm stY ikCu† Ÿn†|
ŸZ ib¯aenr dàSn maen, Ÿs VdàSbaid Het paer na| VdàSbad …b„ ib¯aenr Abóùan du† ibprIt
Ÿmr›et|
AàTa‡ ŸdKa Zae¬C ib¯aenr dàSn† …kmaº VdàSmu¹¡-karN …Kaen ÷Ikar kra Hy t¹Ômaº†
AsÚpUàN| maà¤bad ib¯aenr naem Za càca kreC ta Apib¯an, ta Vim nanan pãbeÉ ileKiC
(http://www.vinnomot.com/BiplabPal/PopperMarx.htm)| iHFlarw ib¯aenr
naem ŸsasYal harˆ†injemr …k ibkát rœepr càca kereCn, Za ib¯an ny|
sutra„ naijra ba kmuYinˆöra Za kereC tar jenY ib¯anek Ÿdaxaerap kra ifk ny| …Fa pãmaint
stY tara ib¯aenr naem Apib¯aenr càca kereC|
lRa†Fa ìDu ib¯an bnam Deàmr ny| ib¯an bnam Babbaedrw ny|
Vsl lRa†Fa He¬C ib¯an bnam VdàSbaedr|
kYailePaiànya 9/3/2006

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