is common for humans. An axiomatic truth. No comments. But
forgiving, however divine it is, must be made to operate with in a
fixed orbit, only for the well-being of the beneficiary; else it
does more harm to the grahita - receiver than the data - giver; for,
the human nature is a nature that can remain under control with a scepter
than by word of mouth or knit of brows.
once the erred comes to know that the forgiver glosses over the
faults, he becomes a flagrant defaulter, serviceable to none-
animate or inanimate, inclusive of himself. Artful sternness in
dealing with the arrogant is a necessity. And is rewarding too.
Krishnaiti makes one successful, and is highly desirable in a world,
where justice is derecognised, or held up to ridicule-sympathy, of
course, has its place, but misplaced sympathy brings woe.
tainted with over credulousness, produces Bhasmasuras, who hesitate
not cutting the very duck that lays golden eggs. This world is not
for Sivas or Buddhas. Krishnas alone thrive and stand as men
of mark. Ferocity succeeds were sympathy fails. Isn't
benevolent dictatorship upheld and advocated to rulers? This
perhaps, is the chief cause of Ettamanur Siva's ferocity.