There is no such man known in history whose departure from this world has stalled the progress of mankind. Meaning, our consciousness has been growing day by day. But then, why do we still continue to live with the crutches of those who were born thousands of years ago?
One 'beautiful-mind' indeed weighs heavy over thousand creations of nature and that is why from Socrates to Kabir, all hold such great importance.
A ''human being'' is born with far superior potential of sensitivities than animals, trees and plants. But unfortunately, he is unable to utilize it because, instead of living in harmony with nature, he tries to follow his brain.
'Do your karma without worrying about the fruits of your action.' This is the most wonderful shloka recited by the most intelligent man of this world "Krishna", in the most unique granth the "Bhagavad Gita". The irony is, all our worships, rituals, fasting, vastu, astrology are the acts performed with the expectations of desired results.
It is not that the Muslim community is not changing, but the pace is too slow. Why don't they understand that without adapting oneself to the changing world, one cannot really tread the path of progress.
Nothing can be worse than expecting anything from anyone, despite being born as a human... The question is, why should someone help you in the first place?
The one who is causing harm to himself is not bad, but the one, who is causing harm to others is... As far as the person himself is concerned, he has always been free.
How do we even expect our life to change for the better, when the reins of our life are in the hands of those who read our palms for 100 rupees, suggest auspicious time for 200 rupees and sell idols for 500 rupees?
In history, we remember and respect only those who have the courage to stand apart from the crowd and speak the "truth". Like Buddha, who despite being born into a Hindu family defied Hindu traditions, its hypocrisies and established Buddhism. Likewise, even Jesus, born into a Jewish family, revolted against Jewish traditions and lost his life, or "Krishna" who not only opposed every prevalent tradition, but even broke them all his life. Do you still wish to continue being a Hindu, Muslim or Christian?
In this world, there cannot be any "remedy" better than true love.
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