The "truth" of every moment is new, different and ever changing. Hence, the things said thousands of years ago could be true in the context of "time, situation and circumstances" prevalent at that time, but it is not necessary that they hold relevance even today.
'Yes' is theism and 'No' is atheism. In life the number of things that you have firmly abstained from...shows how irreligious you are. The meaning of irreligiousness itself is the denial of God's creations.
Science really seems to be delusional with regards to the invention of "Photocopying". Infact, photocopying is an age old concept. Let there be one Buddha or Shankaracharya, and you will immediately find thousands of their photocopies moving in the market.
Is there a rebirth or reincarnation? Definitely yes... But according to the law of nature, if you do not exist at all, then you cannot be 'born'; and if you exist, you cannot be destroyed.
As in many people, the brain slows down with age, in some cases, even liver functioning slows down or gives up in later years and then they have to eat light and simple food. But here the question is; what about those, who are eating simple and light food at the peak of their youth? Nothing else, the weak liver leaves them prone to many illnesses.
The principles of our mind and life are far more profound than the principles of science. In fact, all the discoveries or inventions of science are also attributed to the principles of mind and life.
Undertaking many tasks at a time distorts the quality of all the tasks. Finishing them one by one, you can bring each one to fruition.
The irony is, even the countries who embraced Buddha were no less a wonder. Buddha didn't believe in the concept of God. He was against every kind of worship... But they also made him a God and worshipped him... Who cares how terribly it hurts Buddha?
The marathon for money is so prevalent in the world that in order to sell arms and amunitions, some nations do not let the clouds of war disperse from the world.
Life is only the present. And in the present, neither there is room for memories of the past nor worries of the future. The root cause of all the miseries of life is the effort to accommodate the past or future in the present.
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