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Floating Faith.

Floating Faith

Floating Faith.

Religion is a collection of beliefs that connect human beings to a greater power. These powers are then broken down into several branches as different religions preach the beliefs of different deities. Idol worship is not uncommon in our country; in fact it forms the very basis of any religion. People visit their holy places of worship in faraway lands just to get a glimpse of their Almighty. Plenty of money is spent as a way of offering faith and worship. The so called messengers of God form an important part of religious practices. They have their own set of ideologies which they preach.

Then there is a group of people who put their faith in Science and reason. They have their own explanation for the creation of the universe. They believe in the Big Bang, while religion talks of God as the Almighty creator. There are also people who are confused. They pray, but do not have complete faith in it. They believe in scientific reasoning but fail to explain certain extraordinary happenings.

The world is full of people, some who believe in religion, some who don’t and some others who are not too sure. The best kind of practice to follow is that of Humanity. Do good, good will happen to you. Care for other human beings, and feel the responsibility. Donate your hard earned money to the less fortunate rather than offering it at a temple. Light a candle in places where people don’t know of light. It would bring smiles and give you a different form of bliss. Don’t choose to be hungry, feed the mouths who do not hold such choices. Put faith in yourself instead of waiting for miracles. People talk of places like heaven and hell, you do the good deeds and spread the joy, it would make your life on Earth heavenly!


2 responses

  1. Very well written!! Nice concept! I liked the way you linked the picture with your opinion and then getting down with a fully new conclusion out of it!! 

    July 4, 2013 at 3:59 pm

    • henaljhaveri

      Thanks a lot 🙂

      August 1, 2013 at 9:42 pm

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