Tuesday, January 30, 2007

CLOUDED



When will we learn to look at things objectively?... When will we put aside religion and think straight while analyzing people, things and situations?..... Will we ever realize that we are being fogged by the miasma of our narrow-minded exhales? Too bad it is sun salutation this time..

4 comments:

SimblyDimply said...

Secularism in India has turned into a foolhardy business. In the name of rights, we are teaching people to be highly intolerant of each other. Sometimes, I feel the ideas of sarvadharma samanvay and bhava-eikya are foolish ideals in a world obsessed with divides..

Advocatus Diaboli said...

As long as blind believers are there, there are people who would want to manipulate them for personal/politcal/business gains.
Want or not, we will have moonless nights, may be these things are like that.. or may be wisdom will strike oneday

Isa said...

on a more positive note, i think there is a appreciable change...the change in the clockwork of the new generation brain...where religion is giving way to practicality...there is a distinct rise of objectivity in the youth's perception...old habits die hard they say, so why look behind...why not look forward!

Gowtham said...

guess lot of people need some serious aS whipping here - irrespective of religion, why not (like you write) see the practicality of a certain thing instead of tagging 'something belongs to some religion, so rest of us should not follow it' kinda behavior ??