Avyaya-Me

Avyaya means Indestructable.

Avyaya is Agnostic.

Avyaya is an atheist.

Avyaya is Me.

Ever heard, ” Calling Atheism a religion is like calling bald a hair color”.

But, contradicting that this is what I am, “I always like a dog so long as he isn’t spelled backward.”

Have a pleasant stay on Avyaya.

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15 thoughts on “Avyaya-Me

  1. hi avi….. i like the feel of ur blog…. so i guess a lot of tech stuff happens here, good…. i need some serious education on wts goin on in the tech world:)

    see ya around:)

  2. I’m sure those “down your throat” religious people annoy you with all of the God and Jesus talk, I know they annoy me.

    As a Web Developer myself, I firmly believe in freedom of speech and agree that your website should be a place to express yourself. However, I encountered your website from a Google Alert for Photoshop and got the same annoyance as mentioned above, only the opposite belief.

    You contradict yourself, Agnostic and Atheist is not the same, though similar. You are one or the other. Also, it’s unrealistic to honestly believe you are “Indestructible”.

    If you are going to have a “Tech Rants” blog, keep it “Tech” related and have a separate website for your personal opinions. Don’t mix your opinions with your talents, you ultimately loose credibility.

  3. No matter where I am, thats what I am.

    Just because I am on a Tech blog, doesnt make me a pure techie who lives solely on tech stuff. I live with them, not by them.

    And specifying that I am an atheist on a tech blog doesnt make this blog a religious or a personal blog. when you have replied in this blog, you shud have made sure that you are not talking about religion in the first place.

    Avyaya means “Indestructible”. Thats the meaning of that sanskrit word.

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  6. avyaya, incorrectly defined and gives the rest of your work a serious credibility issue …

    i’ll assume you’ve never studied sanskrit, it probably sounded ‘kool’ etc. etc. anyway, it means ‘inexhaustible’

  7. Hi man…. I guess you’re getting more avyaya these days withyour blogs..

    By the way, Is the Teamnirvana your blog too? I didn’t add it yet coz I thought It was not yours, thoug it has your link.

    Anyway, thanks for visiting my blog again. I hope someone would help me get my drea mPSP .. hahahah

  8. Hello!
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  9. Hi !!!! ^_^
    My name is Piter Kokoniz. oOnly want to tell, that I like your blog very much!
    And want to ask you: will you continue to post in this blog in future?
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    Your Piter Kokoniz, from Latvia

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