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First, it learns about the world, it makes
maps, reads books, does mathematical
calculations; then it takes a break. When it
wakes, it now wants to change the world.
It builds a metal foundry, and makes
steel and aluminum; it then builds
fighter~jets with them.
It rises high in the air. It observes the clouds
beneath it. It then marks small buildings,
sets targets, and presses the button.
The missiles run towards the targets
like an arrow. It has eliminated a portion
of its enemies successfully.

In order to win an election — you have to read
the WorldMind, the Zeitgeist: the minds of
the people.
What do people want? What do people fear?
You have to note that everyone in this
world want more money; everyone in the
world fear premature death.
These two aspects you have to internalize, and
deliver speeches based on them.
The more accurately you hit on these two
aspects, the more votes you will get — and
even if you lose the election — you will
not be ashamed of it; there will be pride
even in the loss.

After 30 years of research, Mammud wrote
a book of poems. This book described
the life in heaven, the daily activities of God,
et cetera. Whosoever read this book, they
came to Mammud's house, and kissed his
feet. Mammud, whose classmate was Goethe, had
finally surpassed his biggest rival.


Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 03, 2021:

Hi Ann.

The digital technology, in my opinion, is a revolution. The more this revolution spreads throughout the world, the more enlightened (and less restless) the world will become.

I truly believe that enlightenment is spreading.

As always, I thank you for visiting and commenting on this piece. You too are an inspiration to me.

Tanmoy Acharya 100 (author) on March 03, 2021:

Hi John.

I am personally an atheist. But I love to write on metaphysical subjects. Immanuel Kant, too, was a metaphysician. I find Immanuel Kant's approach to be the best way to deal with the 'spiritual' aspects of life.

Although Immanuel Kant wrote a great deal, he could not bridge all the gaps. I write poetry on the basis of these gaps. Immanuel Kant wrote in prose, I write in poetry.

I'm glad that you enjoyed this piece of work. Thank you as always. You are an inspiration to me. Your comments are always spot-on!

Ann Carr from SW England on March 03, 2021:

Love the eagle! I see the similarity to the plane. The difference is, the eagle works on instinct and nature, we have free will to survive above that but it doesn't seem to work!

Sadly, it's true that everyone wants more money and power. I wish it were not so. Politicians are good at whipping up the crowds who don't think for themselves.

Good piece.


John Hansen from Queensland Australia on March 03, 2021:

"What do people want? What do people fear?

You have to note that everyone in this

the world want more money; everyone in the

world fear premature death."

These statements are probably true in the vast majority of cases and it is probably wise for anyone wanting to win the vote of the people to be able to convince them they will live long and be wealthy.

Maybe I should read Mammud's book too. Good work, Tanmoy.

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