We have always known "dharma" as a system made to take advantage of people, for the self-righteous hypocrites, the varna system (I have.) We live in a society where dharma is the belief in caste system.
Only recently have I realised that "dharma" is none of those. Its the way of living. Living a moral life, following ones duty. It changes, with time it has to.
Dharma might be something else in the past and now it can be something different. What has ensued choas are the times when no dharma prevailed and it was absolute anarchy or the times when dharma became too rigid.
Anand Neelakantan says "we have no concept of blasphemy. this openness to criticism is what makes the hindu religion and its tradition unique. vyasa did not hide Krishna's faults, nor did Valmiki remain silent on Krishna's faults"
I love Anand Neelakantan for widening the door to Hindu Mythologies and writing books on the antagonists, making me see the loop holes that are and have been exploited by the "great men" to make ends meet.
One day when I woked up,
I feel like my whole wolrd got soaked up.
I saw her Instagram stories,
They were seem to me like distructive theories.
Don't know when she goes this far,
She left me and now my heart is full of scars.
All my love for her is now goes in vain,
She left me and now I'm in pain.
Even in my darkest nights,
I still dream for her as my hope of light.