'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.
The root cause of all the sorrows of life is desire. Desire arises by looking at things around you. Meaning, the one who keeps his eyes fixed only on himself, will never be unhappy.
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?
No matter how much you have been wronged, other than accepting it what option do you have?... If there is, please let me also know.
Peace, happiness, satisfaction, compassion, freedom, concentration, etc. are the qualities which lead you to those intrinsic powers lying deep within your mind... from where the foundation of you becoming a "historical figure" gets laid.
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.
If you really wish to strengthen your individuality and accomplish something great in life, then recognize the presence of "witness". Only because it is there, you can feel that you are working.
There is no difference in the principles of our life and business. Both flourish by thinking for the betterment of all. Selfish approach brings both to the brink of devastation..
The reach of entire science is within the parameters of time and space... Whereas all the mysteries of the world are beyond time and space. This is the reason why many mysteries will always remain mysteries for science.
The philosophy of "Karma" and "Destiny" are two parallel lines...which have never met, nor can they ever meet.
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