Have we gone so crazy that despite repeatedly failing in endeavours initiated in auspicious time...we still keep visiting pundits to check the auspicious time again and again.
Hindus have accepted only them as their gods who destroyed the evildoers. Why don't we also straighten "those" who are busy spreading their web of ashrams with our hard-earned money and bring them on the right path... If you can do this wonder, no one can stop India from being the "number one" country in the world.
If putting a 'tilak' on the forehead, wearing a holy thread on the wrist, offering prayers five times a day or visiting a temple, mosque and church, you could attain 'Dharma - the religion', the ultimate height of the world, then nothing is cheaper than religion.
The three most important things for a human being and his life are time, energy and money. Religious rites rampantly exploit all three of them.
Human life is influenced by seven elements - the laws of existence, his own nature, his brain, mind, heart, DNA and his own set of experiences. No eighth element or reason influences him even a bit.
The soul dwelling within each one of us is the most powerful energy of the universe. And this soul is only the supreme power. Now despite knowing and understanding all this, if we still visit temples, mosques and religious places... then does it show anything other than distrust on our own soul?
Ultimate freedom means to live life freely with ''self-discipline''. Ego means living by the thousands of disciplines borrowed from vice - virtues, religion and society.
The one who on demand of time, situation and circumstances can carry out an act whenever, whatever, however is necessary for the benefit of all...is religious; the rest all are irreligious.
In life, no one can only be bad. Even the worst of human being has many good qualities hidden in him. The one who only looks at the better part of people, lives his life in utter bliss and peace.
The one who recognizes the pulse of 'time' and acts accordingly...his 'time' changes soon.
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