The main religious premises of Jainism are ahimsa ("non-violence"), anekantavada ("many-sidedness"), aparigraha ("non-attachment") and asceticism.Followers of Jainism take five main vows: ahimsa ("non-violence"), satya ("truth"), asteya ("not stealing"), brahmacharya ("celibacy or chastity"), and aparigraha ("non-attachment").
One can experience the truth of a taste, but cannot fully express that taste through language.
Any attempts to express the experience is syāt, or valid "in some respect" but it still remains a "perhaps, just one perspective, incomplete".
And for Harley women, most of them are independent and bold.
Don’t expect them to laugh and making jokes with you for the first time they meet you.
Syādvāda recommends the expression of anekānta by prefixing the epithet syād to every phrase or expression describing the "permanent being".
In contemporary times, according to Paul Dundas, the anekantavada doctrine has been interpreted by many Jains as intending to "promote a universal religious tolerance", and a teaching of "plurality" and "benign attitude to other [ethical, religious] positions".
Don’t step back when you see a single biker woman like her.
She is just serious about taking picture with her Harley motorcycle.
Reality can be experienced, but it is not possible to totally express it with language.