Will science ever be able to create life? No way! The question simply does not arise because here, no one has the power to create or destroy.
Have you ever seen classes where tigers are taught to hunt, monkeys to jump or cows being trained to abstain from eating flesh? Then what are we being preached and why? Do our religious heads and scriptures consider us even worse than animals?
Before doubting anyone, we must understand that it is our own vibes of suspicion that incite others to cheat.
How can living life to the fullest with much passion, fun and happiness or moving towards success, ever be irreligious? Irreligiousness itself begins with renouncing the things out of fear.
What is the difference between foolishness and deviousness? The consequences of both have to be faced equally, anyway.
The extent to which you depend on the capabilities of your own mind or on the external knowledge and situation to resolve any issue, shows how deep a mind you dwell in.
The childishness of a human being is; on one hand, he is competing to take credit for success, on the other hand, he is always seeking out an opportunity to blame someone else for his failure. Consequently, he is never able to analyze any event accurately.
No matter how knowledgeable a person is or how compassionate he is; even for him the body does not deviate from its nature. Like us, even their bodies fall sick; when poisoned or crucified on the gallows, even they die... Still weaving miracles around them, isn't it a deliberate attempt to tarnish their personality?
Have you ever thought; is there any difference between respect and insult? Respect is what the other gives you and insult is what the other tries to snatch from you. Thus in both cases, the 'doer'- is the other only...how does it matter to you?
Life is only the present. Here, the moment once gone, is gone forever. It can never come back. At the same time, no moment of future arrives with prior intimation. Hence, this travel back and forth in the past and future, is nothing but the manifestation of our fears. There is nothing worthwhile in it.
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