Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Civilization,Ethics, and Religion

I think religions are failed techniques to keep faith in, with the help of stories, symbols and holy text's influence that the common foolish man won't cross certain limits in his Behavior/Action. It is probable that some genius people created the religions in previous times.
One who genuinely understands the Truth and comprehends the World, he would, by his knowledge always do the righteous thing. Religion wont be a necessary path definer for him, rather he can choose to learn all the good knowledge, from great thoughts, religions, history and scriptures, to be better.

Einstein on Ethics
A man's ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death.

My philosophy

I am a computer engineer. I rely on logic. Non-logical things don't go well with me.

Dharma should be logical. Dharma is particular for every being. It is his/her thinking and understanding of what is right or wrong for himself. The essence of dharma is to draw some boundaries and to preach to followers to stay within. Dharma retains discipline and ethics in the society.

When everyone's dharma would be logical, the world would become a better place.

I think because science is logical, so God(creator of science) also must be logical.

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ME: intelligent yet dumb, demotivated but passionate, impatient yet a lot of patience inside, busy minded yet blank at the same time, loving my self and hating me at the same time, trying to climb the ladder of hope