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.
One 'beautiful-mind' indeed weighs heavy over thousand creations of nature and that is why from Socrates to Kabir, all hold such great importance.
There is nothing more "deceitful" than ego in this world. If you want to see, carefully observe the people who unnecessarily show high moral, talk ethics, visit temples or strictly follow rituals. Their entire being reverberates ego, yet they are unaware of it.
In pursuit of auspicious time a lot of people delay the "act" even when the time, situations and conditions are ripe or they tend to act even when circumstances are not in their favour. These are nothing but the "means" which lead you to your own end.
A king is the one, who is the master of himself. You are just a slave of your religion, caste, creed, society, thinking, desires and worries.
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.
Before teaching, scolding, advising or giving opinion to children, every parent of the world should look deep into their lives and question themselves, are they really successful in their life? Is it not possible that a child, without holding the hand of his parents, has the potential to surpass them purely on the basis of his own decisions and freedom?
The vast space of this universe doesn't end anywhere. Think, even if it ends, what would lie beyond? That too, can't be anything other than space. In such a certainly infinite universe what sort of things are we worried about?
Are these 'Christians' really the followers of Jesus Christ, who for the sake of all had happily embraced crucifixion? Despite speaking the truth, the manner in which Galileo was treated by the Pope and priests in the name of the Bible, it does not seem so.
'Being child-like' is the most wonderful quality of a human being which is not worth leaving till the last breath of life. But children who from a very young age are habituated to being serious, even God will refuse to help them.
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