The "world" is expanding on the Principle of Evolution. This expansion is not just confined to its time and space but is also taking place at the level of consciousness; which too has gradually traversed from being an amoeba to a human being.
Those who are fundamentalists and refuse to listen to anything said against them, we call them terrorists. Don't you find similar traits in majority of our religious heads? If this wasn't true then why were Socrates, Mansoor and Jesus killed?
"The laws of nature" are the supreme authority of the world. Krishna, Buddha and Christ are also the people who accepting and surrendering to the supremacy of nature, have dissolved their individual existence i.e. "ego".
Intelligent is not the one who knows the formula of water i.e. H2O. But intelligent is the one, who realizes when he is thirsty and knows the amount of water to be consumed to quench it.
When we are leading a smooth life today depending upon the creations of millions of people...then isn't it our duty to do something before death which can fill the lives of future generations with joy, peace, prosperity and bliss?
An intelligent person is the one who can differentiate between the necessary and the unnecessary things in life.
The human life is not meant for compromises, but to explore and tread the path of life on the basis of your skills and talents.
The concept of "God" has come into existence because of fear. ‘Fear’ is the offspring of insecurity and desire... The interesting part is, you don't need either of these after death.
Irrespective of your relation with a person, to an extent possible, you should never interfere in anyone’s personal life because at present, even you don't have an idea of what is good and bad. Till the time you are not aware of the difference between pains and pleasures of the ego and joys and sorrows of the soul, it is better to stay away from others’ lives.
A detached human being is the one who is neither in the race to achieve something nor is anxious to renounce anything.
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