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YES! In under five minutes this guy does a great job at showing up the ridiculousness of guru worship through the powerful medium of mockery.
I learned about the video from a Church of the Churchless commenter. Thanks. Great stuff.
Posted at 06:51 PM in Humor | Permalink
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Ouch ! That kicked me right in the ignorances .
January 13, 2016 at 10:22 AM
The maker of these videos is incapable of being serious in any situation at any time. There is nothing to actually take seriously from him so why would people believe he is somehow wise?
The joker clown in the king's court is not like this guy. The former uses actual funny jokes to make people laugh whereas the latter is more like some existential depression of sarcasm without substance.
No thanks. I don't want to poison my healthy mind with this pretend quasi-intellectual dribble.
David R |
January 13, 2016 at 11:49 AM
Here you go.. the ultimate guru... Jesus rocks!
January 13, 2016 at 12:24 PM
Oh Jen---I can honestly say that as a devout follower of Jesus Christ, I STILL laughed out loud at the video you posted. It's nice to know that even though I love Jesus, I still have a rather naughty sense of humor.
January 14, 2016 at 08:01 PM
For the sake of the readers, would like to correct a fundamental mistake in the above video:
(It might be intentionally misrepresented by the speaker with the intention that it will be funny, but for those who may wish to seek literal meaning):
The word "Guru" has not been derived from Kangaroo as misrepresented in the video.
The word "Guru" comes from the complete word "Gurutwakarshan" which is a hindi word which in english means "gravity". Literally, 'Guru' means one who has the gravity and capability to pull someone from his own force and put him on the right direction and path of the given context.
In the Indian schools, in hindi language, the school teacher is also being called as "Guru" because the school teacher with the gravity of his wisdom helps the children get on the right path of enlightenment of education.
In India culture (and is true for the world), the Mother of a child is considered as the first "Guru" of the child, for she teaches her baby the basics of the life.
One Initiated |
January 19, 2016 at 11:27 PM
I always thought it was Bringer of Light in Sanskrit
But gravity impresses me more
He who masters gravity , included the Black Holes, . . . easily . . .
That's what I need
January 24, 2016 at 05:23 PM
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