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I sign off

You are asking me with anger and with sarcasm;  what happened to 'परित्राणाय साधूनाम विनाशाय च दुष्कृताम '.  What happened to you coming here to save the sadhu people - good people and destroying bad people?

You are asking me why am i not protecting good people. But tell me where are the good people. Not in the least the people who have name "sadhu" associated with them. I shiver when I hear their names. 

Every one is self centered and don't care a hoot about others. So called philanthropists work for name and fame. The moment cameras are off, they are back to their old unholy ways. I know most of you tell everyone that you will not even hurt an ant (and a cow ;) ) even when a small voice tells you that you will and have hurt others plenty of times. 

And bad people. I am not sure about your definition of bad. But if I use earlier concepts for the term bad, then I have to decimate the entire population of your earth. Which means I have to start all over again creating the first human, his mate etc. I am tired of doing it so many times. (And you complain about reinstalling software in your some gadget so many times.)

So I have decided, these earthlings have grown up. They know what is good for them and what is not. Let them do what the #@$## they want. 

So I just read the main headlines once a day and then I sign off for the whole day. 

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