21st Century Religions… Manufactured Religions?

True religion is defined when you combine the following: (one) Knowing God (two) Loving it unconditionally.

Unfortunately in the modern age of material dependence humans have forgotten the need to seek the truth/know God. Humans have learned to label themselves with artificial barriers and divide themselves as Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Jews, Buddhists etc. and the irony; all religions teach the exact same thing or as some would prefer philosophy. But majority of them fail to even read or know about their beautiful and true religion. They rather follow certain principles which adjust with little or no sacrifice in their current way of living. That is modern religion. True religion is when you follow your religions teachings word to word or are even just putting an effort to but just completely giving up certain aspects and picking what suits best is wrong and thats manufacturing religion, that in its true sense is fake religion.

When you drop a drop of water in the ocean can you differentiate that drop from the rest? Well that ocean is God/Krsna/Allah/Buddha/Jesus (insert any name whatever you seem fit that will appease your material need to be different and better from the rest) and the drop of water is you. What I am trying to say is you are part of God, God is in you… you just have to remind yourself.

Ignorance is the biggest sin, I don’t know everything and I am still learning but that’s what human life is all about .. an opportunity to seek, to learn. Try to follow the religion your parents thought you or seek another if you must… but remember don’t lose your ability to have faith for that’s the key.


2 Responses to “21st Century Religions… Manufactured Religions?”

  1. 1 Devna February 26, 2010 at 02:59

    Sometimes ignorance is bliss 🙂

  1. 1 Beef and Hinduism (think inside the box) « believe 2 be free Trackback on December 2, 2009 at 14:13

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