The church and other established religions stress that they serve universal need of people. In India, the 'saints' including the 'rape accused' claim that there is no salvation without 'religious guru or saint'.

Is this true. The history of mankind is much longer than that of religion. There are ground to believe that we can live without religion- at least organized religion. These only boost superstition, mental slavery and close our minds.

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  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

    by » 9 years ago


    The church and other established religions stress that they serve universal need of people. In India, the 'saints' including the 'rape accused' claim that there is no salvation without 'religious guru or saint'.

    Is this true. The history of mankind is much longer than that of religion. There are ground to believe that we can live without religion- at least organized religion. These only boost superstition, mental slavery and close our minds.

    http://www.richarddawkins.net/discussions/2013/7/20/is-religion-really-universal-among-humans?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter


    Very nice point of discussion gulshan ji. Religion is created to divide , to rule and to keep people under control...

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  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

    by » 9 years ago


    The church and other established religions stress that they serve universal need of people. In India, the 'saints' including the 'rape accused' claim that there is no salvation without 'religious guru or saint'.

    Is this true. The history of mankind is much longer than that of religion. There are ground to believe that we can live without religion- at least organized religion. These only boost superstition, mental slavery and close our minds.

    http://www.richarddawkins.net/discussions/2013/7/20/is-religion-really-universal-among-humans?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter


    Very nice point of discussion gulshan ji. Religion is created to divide , to rule and to keep people under control...


    Here I may give example of North East states. Prior to British rule, they had no religion. The tribes would of course worship Sun or trees but they had no organized religion. The Christian missionaries introduced them to organized religion. Apparently, they used to live well even without organized religion.

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  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

    by » 9 years ago


    The church and other established religions stress that they serve universal need of people. In India, the 'saints' including the 'rape accused' claim that there is no salvation without 'religious guru or saint'.

    Is this true. The history of mankind is much longer than that of religion. There are ground to believe that we can live without religion- at least organized religion. These only boost superstition, mental slavery and close our minds.

    http://www.richarddawkins.net/discussions/2013/7/20/is-religion-really-universal-among-humans?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter


    Very nice point of discussion gulshan ji. Religion is created to divide , to rule and to keep people under control...


    Here I may give example of North East states. Prior to British rule, they had no religion. The tribes would of course worship Sun or trees but they had no organized religion. The Christian missionaries introduced them to organized religion. Apparently, they used to live well even without organized religion.


    People will always live well without religion. They will just make them unorganized.. people want to impose religion to prove themself superior

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  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

    by » 9 years ago


    Hinduism is the oldest religion, and if there is still life without religion then it might be , but all these words has been to attract and lure to the religions nothing more, as every religion taught to worship inside your own home,

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  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

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    Hinduism is the oldest religion, and if there is still life without religion then it might be , but all these words has been to attract and lure to the religions nothing more, as every religion taught to worship inside your own home,


    I don't think religion teach us anything except letting us know that we are different from others. That our rules and our way of living is different from them..

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  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

    by » 9 years ago


    Hinduism is the oldest religion, and if there is still life without religion then it might be , but all these words has been to attract and lure to the religions nothing more, as every religion taught to worship inside your own home,


    I don't think religion teach us anything except letting us know that we are different from others. That our rules and our way of living is different from them..


    Very correct. Basically all human and their needs are similar but religion divides humanity.

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  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

    by » 9 years ago


    Hinduism is the oldest religion, and if there is still life without religion then it might be , but all these words has been to attract and lure to the religions nothing more, as every religion taught to worship inside your own home,


    I don't think religion teach us anything except letting us know that we are different from others. That our rules and our way of living is different from them..


    Very correct. Basically all human and their needs are similar but religion divides humanity.


    Agreed sir.. except humanity everything is there.

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    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

    by » 9 years ago


    Hinduism is the oldest religion, and if there is still life without religion then it might be , but all these words has been to attract and lure to the religions nothing more, as every religion taught to worship inside your own home,


    I don't think religion teach us anything except letting us know that we are different from others. That our rules and our way of living is different from them..


    Very correct. Basically all human and their needs are similar but religion divides humanity.


    Agreed sir.. except humanity everything is there.


    Humanity was the base of religions but politicians and vested interest has made it ugly. BTW going and yelling at full throats in religious paces has nothing to do with being religious. Unfortunately people not understanding the meaning of religions are limited to that.

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  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

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    There are only three needs for the humanity. A morsel of food to fill the belly, a piece of cloth to protect the body and a roof above the head to save from sun, rain and cold. They are necessary for the survival. Nothing else.Cave man survived for centuries just with these needs. Hence he can survive without the other needs especially religion.

  • Re: Is really religion universal need?

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    There are only three needs for the humanity. A morsel of food to fill the belly, a piece of cloth to protect the body and a roof above the head to save from sun, rain and cold. They are necessary for the survival. Nothing else.Cave man survived for centuries just with these needs. Hence he can survive without the other needs especially religion.


    Caveman survived without clothes and cooked food, how about that?

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