Pravda for me means "proven", which most people translate as "truth". I could dissect the word further but it would bore most people.
So how do you combine Pravda with 'proven' and then ask .......Zharkov, on 29 Nov 2014 - 09:14 AM, said:
"So Bishadi is your true name and you reject a belief in God?"
If you comprehend Pravda, then what is proven of 'god', unless to the letter?
To answer your 2 part question:
My name enunciated.
And the Pravda of the second part is: To know god is to prove God.
I named god, which is to define how god works, to the letter. Mathematically rendering the process of nature, is to name god. To define the process of all that exists (nature itself), requires a mind to understand and know 'god'.
Do you believe of a god or know god, personally? 1 side is based on make believe, the other is to be a part of and knowingly be aware of natures absolute.
For example; do you know that you are light, in fact? The reality of light is based on comprehension of nature, not beliefs.
How about 'good and bad', are you aware of the absolute, or just the belief(s)?
Do you even have an idea why 'false witness' is against 'god'?