Question is, why did the truly "intelligent" people distance themselves from the great personalities like Krishna, Jesus and Buddha? Because, in order to strengthen their individual businesses, religious gurus associated miracles with them. Now, an intelligent person may agree with anything but can never accept 'miracles'.
Brain understands the things by dissecting them because all it knows is the tangible objects. But mind does not recognize the tangible objects differently; it only understands the vibrations and their intensities and depths. It is only due to our inability to establish a mutual communication between the two, that we all are total failures.
Today, the entire mankind swears and survives by the support of wealth only. Now, even religious, political and social institutes are deeply involved in this blind race of wealth. In such a case, how could any wealth be left for the common man?
The amount of "freedom" with which you are living your life, can be determined by the extent to which you have to suppress your desires under the pressure from others.
Adverse circumstances bother you only till the time you pay attention to them. The moment you divert your attention onto favourable circumstances, all your troubles vanish.
Instead of offering namaz five times a day, it is better to develop the habit of performing five good deeds a day.
In this world, the smallest of the particle or even a mosquito does not exist without a reason. In this universe, if someone is living without any reason, it is none other than a human being... But then there is no one more intelligent than him either.
How profound is your religious depth can be assessed from the number of assurances and blessings you still need for your life.
The kind and quantum of what you possess is not the proof of your being rich... but yes, what and how much you still want to attain surely reveals how poor you are.
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