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Unlike most other world religions, Buddhism has never been too rigid in its structure.
With the rise of self- awareness, all separatisms cease to exist - all delusions cease to exist.
The scriptures are just books. It all depends on you, whether you are going to learn goodness and compassion from them, or use them to destroy your environment.
Harmony also is not a luxury, it is an evolutionary necessity, if we are to advance further. And harmony cannot be compromised for any book in the world, no matter how ancient, or who wrote it.
Hurry, your imaginary heaven is calling you up, my dear holier-than-thou religious nuts.
The dangerous enemies of your species are fundamentalism, intolerance, separatism, extremism, hostility and prejudicial fear, be it religious, atheistic or political.
God heals as well as God kills.
Mankind, not womankind, has slaughtered more humans in the name of God and Religion than for any other reason.
The frog in the well knows nothing more grand than its own tiny well.
Christ did to the Jewish orthodoxy, what Buddha did to the Hindu orthodoxy.
Think of the good that Christ imparted on the society. And think of the great evil that has been done through fanaticism over one damn phrase “salvation through Christ, the Son of God.
Jesus recognized that God within him and became Christ - so did Siddhartha Gautama and became Buddha - so did I - and so can you.
It has always been science versus fundamentalism, not science versus religion.
If you are truly able to walk in the shoes of Christ, the very label of religion called Christianity would disappear from the face of earth.
He (Jesus) gave up his life not because of the so-called sins of humanity, but because he was too adamant to give in to orthodox monstrosity.
Whether a religion is of peace or violence should be defined by the actions of its people, not by some books.
Dare to contradict the scientist, not because of your scripture, but because of your own rational thinking.
Human brain is structured to avoid any kind of refutation of one's religious beliefs.
Holiness in the purest form is independent of all textual doctrines, all churches and all institutions.
Ah well, I suppose that's the problem with trying to make others follow your own beliefs: what starts out as spiritual ardor too often becomes arrogance and bigotry.
The more fundamentalist a person, the more immoral and inhuman he is.
Plenty are the tastes and plenty are the paths.
Never trust books on the question of whether or not to trust your rational thinking. Trust your rational thinking on the question of whether or not to trust the books.
In the domain of true religion, mere book-learning has no right to enter.
If you don’t act now, the day is not far, that this beautiful planet of yours, which you call home, shall be turned into a dry barren wasteland by the blood-sucking fundamentalists.
Through ignorance a common man considers his own religion to be the best and makes much useless claims, but when his mind is illuminated by Self-Knowledge, all sectarian quarrels disappear.
Any scripture that demands irrefutable obedience must be discarded at once.
The greatest Church is within you, and it is made of love, courage and conscience.
To explain God after merely reading the scriptures is like explaining the city of New York after seeing it only in a map.
Christ the man died long ago, but Christ the idea of love, still exists, not in any church, rather in the mind of humans.
No Bible, Quran or Veda can give you religion.
The 'Big Bang' idea of pseudo armchair pundits, too is as much a theory as a human-like big buffoon, that your so-called 'holy' books call god.
A religion that demands absolutely irrefutable obedience, is anything but religion.
Modern materialists and religious extremists alike lack the spiritual animistic reverence for non-human beings that every culture once understood as a given.
Jihadis! Please go to your imaginary heaven - out there, nowhere. Us, the infidel lot, have helluva lot to do after you leave. Out here.
Any religion that does not evolve with time, either gets destroyed or destroys the world.
Morality does not come from a book, it comes from the human mind.
The only thing more dangerous than an idea is a belief. And by dangerous I don't mean thought-provoking. I mean: might get people killed.
I don’t see doctrines, when I talk about religions. All I see are different experiential realities of the one and the same neuronal Kingdom of God.
How sick in your mind and your soul to be scared of my voice and my words.
Real religion does not mean Gods - it does not mean Angels and Demons - it does not mean miracles of healing. Real religion is all about you and your fellow humans. There is nothing else.
Mother Nature created God as a neurological anti-depressant sentiment, but Man tore that God apart into pieces and made citadels of differentiation out of them.
Quran, like most other scriptures, is a book of most wonderful truth mixed with the most disgraceful superstitions of human nature.
Fundamentalism of any kind, be it religious, atheistic, political or educational, is the greatest threat to human excellence – it is a threat to progress – it is a threat to greatness.
Terrorism is born of fundamentalism not of religion.
Brutality goes hand in hand with orthodoxy, be it Christian, Hindu, Muslim, Jewish, Atheistic or any other.
Terrorism has nothing to do with religion, Islam or otherwise. Terrorism is born of fundamentalism not of religion.
You must remember, the so-called Jihadis who are in reality, mentally unstable individuals run by Quranic fundamentalists, do not represent the whole Muslim population of the world.
Sikhism emerged as a ray of hope for the people of India who were stuck in obscurity – who craved for a way out from the rigorous battle between Hindu and Muslim orthodoxy.
In a society of thinking humanity, it should always be, humans first, and then Gods, Krishna or otherwise.