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Pseudo-Atheists (Ayn Rand, Dawkins readers under delusion), Pseudo-feminists, Pseudo-liberals often cry for individual rights and freedom. They believe in self-centered life. World and society can go to hell, at the cost of my whims and fancies. Most of the destruction we see around is due to this Asuric mentality.

On the other hand, Dharma based culture believes in participation . Life is यज्ञ for us. And each one of us is needed to participate it in . Beauty of such living is that, for finest contribution in to universal यज्ञ, each individuals is given equal opportunity to grow and where you can see real state of individual fulfillment.

पृछामि विश्वस्य भुवनस्य नाभिम् |
Who is in center of universe?
अयं यज्ञो विश्वस्य भुवनस्य नाभि: |
Collective selfless work of many,act of sacrifice, in the service of commons, nourishment of universe within and external universe, of family, of society, of Nation, of planet, is called यज्ञ, and it is the center of universe which keeps the wheel of life running.
अथर्ववेद: काण्डं 9.10.14/15

यज्ञही संसार की सृष्टि का आधार बिंदु है। Participate generously. It is our inevitable duty, not to hamper Nature’s cycles and participate in her sustenance by nourishing her cycles.
Difficult to digest?
Read this! Your body is your teacher!
To decide whether and where to move in the body, cells must read chemical signals in their environment. Individual cells do not act alone during this process, two new studies on mouse mammary tissue show. Instead, the cells make decisions collectively after exchanging information about the chemical messages they are receiving.

Don’t be selfish insect by living life for petty self-interests. Be a real man (पुरुष)! पुरुष is used as being gender-neutral.

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Cells talk to their neighbors before making a move

By Carol Clark

To decide whether and where to move in the body, cells must read chemical signals in their environment. Individual cells do not act alone during this process, two new studies on mouse mammary tissue show. Instead, the cells make decisions collectively after exchanging information about the chemical messages they are receiving.

“Cells talk to nearby cells and compare notes before they make a move,” says Ilya Nemenman, a theoretical biophysicist at Emory University and a co-author of both studies, published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). The co-authors also include scientists from Johns Hopkins, Yale and Purdue.

The researchers discovered that the cell communication process works similarly to a message relay in the telephone game. “Each cell only talks to its neighbor,” Nemenman explains. “A cell in position one only talks to a cell in position two. So position one needs to communicate with position two in order to get information from the cell in position three.”

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