Obsessed with different religions of the world and gambling – Puah David lives life with the taste of the salt

Wednesday , 5, December 2018 Leave a comment

Puah David (name changed) loves to read about different religions and she has found several similarities between Judaism and Hinduism. According to Puah, David the Shepherd King of Kingdom of Israel and Judah = Dau the Yadavkula Gwala (Dau the Shepherd King) of Mahabharata, both were shepherds and both were the youngest and  8th sons, both were very little in size compared to the size of the person that they killed and gained fame afterwards of killing him.

According to Puah, Jonathan was either Krishna or Arjuna, it seems more like Krishna to Puah as both the name sounds a lot similar and Jonathan shows more similarities to Krishna than to Arjuna.

Puah has studied a lot about the concept of Brahmacharya as in Hinduism and celibacy as in Christianity and she has come to a conclusion that one cannot attain celibacy or Brahmacharya by suppressing the sexual desires, the state of Brahmacharya can only be achieved by sublimating the sexual energy. Puah says that it is different for the people with very low hormonal levels but if you are very creative and have very high hormonal levels than it is not possible for you to attain the state of Brahmacharya without transforming that sexual energy into creative energy.

Puah says that sexual and creative energies are not two different energies, they are one and only, the only thing that the aspirant needs to do is to comprehend how to transform the energy that is normally creating the sperm all the time into the energy that creates Ojas instead all the time.

Puah got rejoiced after learning that the characters of Mahabharata like herself too loved to gamble, the only difference is that they played ‘Chausar’ while Puah plays FIFA55. Puah also loves to read gambling related blogs and her most favorite of all time is tadafumisato.

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