"Kedar Joshi (born December 31, 1979, in Bombay, India) is a Chitpavan Brahmin writer and philosopher. His essential work is named Superultramodern Science and Philosophy. This work chiefly comprises the NSTP (Non–Spatial Thinking Process) theory and the UQV (Ultimate Questioner’s Vanity) theory. Joshi was also the founder of Superultramodern Scientific Institution in Cambridge, England.
He lived and worked in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England from 2004 to 2006 and currently lives and works in Pune, Maharashtra, India. His work may appear to be similar to the writings of Fritjof Capra (author of the bestseller The Tao of Physics: An Exploration of the Parallels Between Modern Physics and Eastern Mysticism), however Kedar Joshi's work is much more profound and goes much further than simply exploring existing parallels."
O Lord, death awaits me...
O Lord, death awaits me; let me remember my sweet England.
O Lord, the enemy surrounds me; let me spill my blood for my holy England.
O Lord, evil besieges me; let me confront it for my pure England.
O Lord, darkness deludes me; let me kindle the flame of my luminous England.
O Lord, time presses upon me; let me chant the name of my dear England.
O Lord, death awaits me; let me embrace it for my glorious England.
There is wisdom, there is peace, there is nature, there is beauty; There is discipline, there is order, there is youth, there is glory; There is respect, there is fame, there is future, there is prosperity; There is history, there is life, there is novelty, there is humanity; It is Cambridge – the sweet Cambridge – It is truly a Heaven on Earth.
Remember that glory of England, Remember that majesty of England, Remember that valour of England, Remember that strength of England, Remember that greatness of England, And rise and revive the nation of England!