Posts Tagged ‘purpose of life’

Kama Sutra – Tripitaka

May 31, 2014

http://www.religiousforums.com/forum/3788237-post2.html

paarsurrey wrote:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Leftimies

Kama Sutra – Tripitaka.

“If one, longing for sensual pleasure, achieves it, yes, he’s enraptured at heart.
The mortal gets what he wants.

But if for that person — longing, desiring — the pleasures diminish,
he’s shattered, as if shot with an arrow. Whoever avoids sensual desires
— as he would, with his foot, the head of a snake — goes beyond, mindful,
this attachment in the world.

A man who is greedy for fields, land, gold, cattle, horses,
servants, employees, women, relatives, and many sensual pleasures,
is overpowered with weakness and trampled by trouble, for pain invades him as water,
a cracked boat. So one, always mindful, should avoid sensual desires.
Letting them go, he’d cross over the flood like one who,
having bailed out the boat, has reached the far shore.”

– Direct extract.

Quite different from the kama sutra introduced to the West, isn’t it? Give me your thoughts on this subject – whether it be comparison to the other kama sutra, your opinion on this one, or whatever. Do you agree with the claim, or do you vehemently disagree?

Please provide the wording of kama sutra that has been introduced to the West; for comparison.

Why the wording has been changed and who did it?

Regards

http://www.religiousforums.com/forum/3788343-post5.html

paarsurrey

The truthful religion informs us that all natural human instincts have to be harnessed for ethical, moral and spiritual progress and are to be tuned to the purpose of life fixed by the One-True-God.

Buddha narrated the Kama Sutra in the same connection.

Regards

Purpose of Life: Heaven and Hell

March 20, 2014

http://findingtruth.wordpress.com/2014/03/10/the-omnimalevolent-creator-and-the-problem-of-good/#comment-8812

paarsurrey
March 20, 2014 at 12:23 pm

@Nate: March 20, 2014 at 9:26 am

“Furthermore, what does Islam teach about Heaven and Hell? Who will go there? As you’ve spent time interacting with people of many different faiths, do you think all non-Muslims deserve to go to Hell? Again, where does mercy and grace fit within such a system?”

There is a purpose of life set forth by the One-True-God; one who fulfills it gets to heaven or attains nearness to God and gets happiness due to this nearness.

Those who don’t fulfill the purpose of life when they realize that it was within their reach to achieve it but they are far away from it; the torment of that realization is their Hell.

“Absence of comfort is torment and the recovery of comfort and prosperity is salvation. As darkness means absence of light, suffering means absence of well-being. Illness is the name of the condition when the body does not function properly and health is the name of the condition when all natural functions revert to normal. When the spiritual condition of a person moves away from the normal, this disturbance is called torment.

When a limb like a hand or foot moves away from its proper position a pain is felt and the limb becomes unable to perform its allotted function and if it is neglected it gradually becomes useless or becomes infected and falls away. Very often there is apprehension of its neighboring limbs being affected also. The pain that this limb generates does not come from outside but results naturally from its diseased condition.

The same is the case with spiritual torment. When a person departs from the religion of nature and loses steadfastness, spiritual torment begins, though an ignorant heedless one may not feel it. In that condition the affected soul is disabled from performing spiritual service. If this condition lasts for a time the soul becomes useless and becomes dangerous for its neighbors.

The torment with which it is afflicted does not come from outside, but is generated by its diseased condition. No doubt it is the act of God, but it is like the case when a person takes a fatal dose of arsenic, God Almighty kills him. Or when a person shuts all the windows of his room, God Almighty makes the room dark, or if a person were to cut off his tongue, God Almighty would deprive him of the power of speech. These are all the acts of God which follow upon the acts of man.

In the same way, spiritual torment is the act of God Almighty which follows upon a person’s own action. This is indicated in the verse: It is Allah’s kindled fire which rises over the hearts (I04:8). This means that the root of the torment is in the heart of man and that the impure thoughts of the heart are the fuel of this hell. As the seed of the torment is the foulness of one’s being which becomes personified as torment, it follows that that which removes this torment is righteousness and purity.”

It is also reasonable to believe that hell is not eternal in the same sense as heaven is eternal; hell is like a hospital where the wrong-doers will get opportunity to get cured from their sins or wrong thoughts; and ultimately its inmates will come out like a child comes out the womb of a mother when it is due to be delivered.
Quran also gives us a hint on it:

[101:7] Then, as for him whose scales are heavy,
[101:8] He will have a pleasant life.
[101:9] But as for him whose scales are light,
[101:10] Hell will be his nursing mother.

http://www.alislam.org/quran/search2/showChapter.php?ch=101&verse=0

We don’t judge anybody; the heaven is for all the human beings who have true faith in Him and do good deeds. It is His Mercy and at His discretion and His judgment.

If one wants to know details about Heaven, Hell and the Purpose of life one could access the following:

17- HEAVEN AND HELL Pages 427-460
18-THE PURPOSE OF CREATION Pages 460-473
Excerpts from the writing of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

Click to access Essence-2.pdf

Does it help?

Thanks and regards

Ignorance of purpose of life; does not mean no purpose of human life

February 24, 2014

Ignorance of purpose of life; does not mean that there is no purpose of human life

I wrote comments on the topic “Fundamentalist Liberal Christians” at Ruth’s blog; link:

http://gulliblestravelsdma.wordpress.com/2014/01/09/fundamentalist-liberal-christians/

http://gulliblestravelsdma.wordpress.com/2014/01/09/fundamentalist-liberal-christians/#comment-3187

paarsurreysaid:
February 24, 2014 at 4:51 pm

@ Ruth:February 24, 2014 at 12:13 pm
Like the honeybees, as I understand, live in colonies; different bees in the same colony have different functions to perform; one kind of them cannot perform the function some others can perform and they do perform. So individually each one of them is busy performing its function; perhaps unaware of what others are performing and as to how they are performing.

Individually they have a meaning in the function they are performing but collectively they have the purpose of raising a honeybee colony.

Collectively they are supporting one another to collect honey and pollen as their off-season food.
The nature has another purpose of their life of which they are unaware; while collecting pollen they add pollination of nearby crops useful for the human beings.

So nature has assigned another purpose to them; to which they are unaware. Their ignorance does not mean the nature has not assigned them a special task/purpose.

Does it help?

Meaning In Life, 3 Jan 2014

January 3, 2014

Paarsurrey says:

One may like to read the following from Mirza Ghulam Ahmad 1835-1908- the Promised Messiah:

The Object of Man’s Life and the Means of its Attainment

Different people, being short-sighted and lacking high resolve, appoint different purposes for their lives and limit themselves to worldly goals and ambitions. But the purpose that God Almighty has appointed for man in His Holy Word is as follows:

And I have not created the Jinn and the men but that they may worship Me. (The Holy Quran, adh-Dhariyat 51:57)

That is, I have created men and jinn so that they may know Me and worship Me. Thus the true purpose of man’s life is the worship of God, His understanding and complete devotion to Him.
It is obvious that man is not in a position to appoint the purpose of his own life, for he does not come into the world of his own accord, nor will he depart there from of his own will. He is a creature and the One Who created him and invested him better and higher faculties than those of all other animals, has also appointed a purpose for his life.

Whether anyone penetrates to it or not, the purpose of man’s creation without a doubt is the worship and the understanding of God and complete devotion to Him.

“The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam” Pages 164-165
http://www.alislam.org/library/books/Philosophy-of-Teachings-of-Islam.pdf

Paarsurrey wrote:

I don’t need to convince you.
I have no claim to any piety or scholarship; I am an ordinary man in the street in search of Truth wherever I can find it.
I would like rather you to convince me that there is no God; with your evidences and proofs, if any.
I very naturally believe in the One-True-God Allah Yahweh, like I very naturally believe in my father and mother.

myatheistlife

There are a lot of people that want to talk about the meaning of life.

Yeah, I know that comes as no surprise. Google shows About 743,000,000 results (0.25 seconds) results for such a search so there is plenty to read. Is it really so complex that we need that many explanations? Are the explanations so difficult to understand that we need millions of further explanations? Wikipedia has a round up of the question of meaning of life and its many forms.

All that is some good reading, to be certain. I’ll give you a bit of meaning that you can carry around with you if you like:

  • I took my dog for a walk. We had a great time. No politics, no taxes… just me and him and some nature. He has a good outlook on life but apparently not too keen on lobster pieces. I’m with him…

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All revealed religions in the origin are truthful

December 17, 2013

All revealed religions in the origin are truthful
I started a thread in one of my favorite discussion forum :
http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/118741#post2509441

My following post may be read in this connection:

1.
paarsurrey posted :
All revealed religions in the origin are truthful
2. paarsurrey posted :

Like the religion revealed to Moses; he never intended to propound a religion till he was addressed by the One-True-God Allah Yahweh with a clear message thus:

[20:13] ‘Verily, I am thy Lord. So take off thy shoes; for thou art in the sacred Valley of Tuwa. [20:13] ‘Verily, I am thy Lord. So take off thy shoes; for thou art in the sacred Valley of Tuwa.
[20:14] ‘And I have chosen thee; so hearken to what is revealed
[20:15] ‘Verily, I am Allah; there is no God beside Me. So serve Me, and observe Prayer for My remembrance.
[20:16] ‘Surely, the Hour is coming; I am going to manifest it, that every soul may be recompensed for its endeavour.
[20:17] ‘So let not him who believes not therein and follows his own evil inclinations, turn thee away therefrom, lest thou perish.

https://alislam.org/quran/search2/showC … mp;verse=8

3. Mathew James wrote:

The format, of the major religions, is similar in structure, but they have divided them self with semantics and the need to be correct. In religious thought there is basically a top spot that has a Creator and then there is a level of spiritually that a person needs to grow through to find peace with the Creator. A person believes in a Creator (Believer) or they do not believe in a Creator (a Non-Believer). The divisions created by the need to be correct is what hurts the Believers from seeing their common ground and leads many people to being Non-Believers

paarsurrey wrote@ Mathew James :

I agree with you.

The format of all revealed religion is almost the same; when the original message in the original language revealed on the founder of a revealed religion is lost or becomes diluted in the debris of time the differences are made.

4. psycheskinner wrote:

Various sects and religions directly contradict each other. Thus they can’t all be right. For example some say Jesus is the son of God and some say he is not.

paarsurrey posted
That only reflects that the original message has been corrupted or forgotten. It also may reflect that there is no compulsion in religion.
5. wilderness wrote:

As no two are the same that would mean that 10,000 messages were corrupted while exactly one was not. Hard to believe…

Of course there is compulsion in religion: “Do what I say or burn forever” is pretty strong.


paarsurrey wrote:

If one sees an old building right now in shambles and one believes that once it was a in good condition and might have been a marvelous building; nobody would say one is wrong.

6. Kathryn L Hill wrote:
http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/118741?page=2

[20:17] ‘So let not him who believes not therein and follows his own evil inclinations, turn thee away therefrom, lest thou perish.

– what is the nature of “perishing?”

Paarsurrey wrote:
Not fulfilling the purpose of life.

http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/118741?page=2

7. psycheskinner wrote:

Various sects and religions directly contradict each other. Thus they can’t all be right. For example some say Jesus is the son of God and some say he is not.

Paarsurrey wrote:
Jesus being a god or son of god is not the core teaching of Jesus or Moses.

http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/118741?page=2

8. paarsurrey wrote:
Like the religion revealed to Moses; he never intended to propound a religion till he was addressed by the One-True-God Allah Yahweh with a clear message thus:

[20:13] ‘Verily, I am thy Lord. So take off thy shoes; for thou art in the sacred Valley of Tuwa. [20:13] ‘Verily, I am thy Lord. So take off thy shoes; for thou art in the sacred Valley of Tuwa.
[20:14] ‘And I have chosen thee; so hearken to what is revealed
[20:15] ‘Verily, I am Allah; there is no God beside Me. So serve Me, and observe Prayer for My remembrance.
[20:16] ‘Surely, the Hour is coming; I am going to manifest it, that every soul may be recompensed for its endeavour.
[20:17] ‘So let not him who believes not therein and follows his own evil inclinations, turn thee away therefrom, lest thou perish.

https://alislam.org/quran/search2/showC … mp;verse=8

Cgenea posted :

It sounds a lot like the bible to me. I hope that is not totally disrespectful. I’m just saying…

Discerning a Living Religion from the Dead Religions

June 29, 2013

 

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
Mirza Ghulam Ahmad

The advent of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was an epoch making event towards the end of the nineteenth century in the history of comparative religions in the present era.

Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, The Guided One (1835-1908), made it convenient for the human beings be of any race, color or creed to make comparative study of the Revealed Religions of the world and to accept the truth wherever one finds it. He set out many unbiased, neutral and full of wisdom principles for that purpose, the foremost among these is “The claim of a Religion on any topic as well as the logical argumentation should be from its Revealed Book”.

There may be a religion whose followers claim (e.g. Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism, Zoroastrianism or any other religion) that their religion or its teachings are for the whole world. ( i.e. it is universal), but the others may demand the followers of that religion to prove if this claim is explicitly mentioned in your Revealed Book and that if that claim has been supported by divine arguments in your Revealed Book.

This could be easily checked by anyone sincerely searching for the truth or guidance. If a religion on any of the important topics or human problems does not contain the relevant claim or argumentation / reasoning then that religion could be pronounced as a Dead Religion for all practical purposes. (One may remember here that all revealed religions in its origin were truthful; this fact has been highlighted by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad many a times and with great emphases).

We are more concerned with the present era – a dynamic scientific era; where we live in. The humanity is facing very complex problems which must be addressed by the Living Religion of the world if there is any utility in the religion worth the name; any denomination. The religion is for the common as also for the highly literate and since it is claimed to be divine, it should satisfy the common man as also the very literate special man.

The followers of a religion might be very clever and cunning that they could advocate for their religion and could attribute claims to a religion which re not explicitly found in its Revealed Book or they could provide arguments in its favor which are only man-made and not provided by the Divine.

In that case such a religion could be pronounced on its merit, at the most, to be a man-made religion, definitely not sent by God. This could be a litmus test. Verify your religion of your choice on these two simple but wise counts; you might be stunned to realize that many a religion are just myths and its followers are following it only blindfolded.

On his own part Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad set out this epoch making principle in an Inter-Religions Conference in the year 1896 and then he proved that the religion of his choice has claim and arguments on the five basic questions facing by humanity:

  • The Physical, Moral, and SpiritualStates of Man.
  • What is the State of Man After Death?
  • The Object of Man’s Life and the Means of its Attainment.
  • The Operation of the Practical Ordinances of the Law in This Life and the Next.
  • Sources of Divine Knowledge.

The conference had given these questions on which the participant speakers had to speak.

I leave the solutions to the respected readers. Try for the Religion of your choice. Best of luck!

Thanks

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

The working women in Islam Quran

May 2, 2012

There is no teaching in Quran commanding that the women should not work.

It is entirely a question of culture.

If the women work in the offices or at business places or are involved in the businesses the sum total might be the same. The women will be working in the offices and men will be working at home; the total benefit to the society might amount to be the same.

The atheist not seeing any purpose of life for an individual; can’t visualize purpose for the society. They are short-sighted in their approach to life, in my opinion.

 

 

 

 

The Atheists while away their lives; having no purpose of life

June 13, 2011

There is a grand purpose of life that many don’t understand and they think that they have understood the purpose of their existence and are in fact already working for it; while they are only spending their time to earn a living.
There are some people who believe that their time on earth is all they have, and they have nothing beyond this life so they usually make a great effort to make the most of it engaged in sensual pursuits if they have some wealth; and if they don’t have any, they could attempt at a suicide.

This kind of purpose is only a carrier oriented concept and it is personal; I am not here to object to it.
Humans do have desires and they feel happy when a desire is attained.

I think it is a goal or target that one fixes for one’s business or for one’s career that is generally being thought of as a purpose of one’s existence which is quite different from the purpose of man’s life.

To say that our purpose in life is simply to experience life does not explain the phenomenon well; that everybody experiences whether one attains one’s goals, targets or one fails it anyway. Whether one is a believer or not a believer; it is one’s duty to remember always that humanity flourishes under the doctrine of mutual gratification; that is needed for co-existence in this world.

They think that the believers are working for the promise of paradise after death; so many believers waste their lives here on earth because they think the best is yet to come. Working for a living is not detestable and in fact believers do work to earn a living; they also serve humanity with as much zeal as do the non-believers, yet always mindful of the purpose of life which makes life a positive pursuit.

They don’t work in a way that others get harmed and humanity falls out of balance, and someone is cheated out of their share of gratification.

This is how it is described in the story of Cain and Able; where Cain felt cheated.
We should care that humanity does not become out balanced in the course of our achieving limited goals and targets.
Always keeping in mind; are we not cheating another out of their gratification if we convince them that their PURPOSE in life has no value?

They are not being cheated; they are only to steer their lives in a way that they achieve the meaning in life they have found within the overall purpose which they have been made responsible to uphold; in fact it will rather boost their efforts.
Going to heaven-is the purpose of religion is a concept mostly misunderstood, it is not the primary purpose of religion; though that would happen anyway by default if one achieves the purpose of life.

One may say that one have plenty of purpose. I intend to enjoy my life, and to achieve the goals that I believe will make me happy and satisfied with the choices I have made in my life.

There is plenty of meaning and purpose in my life; a non-believer atheist may say.

Here one should think that humans are all one species; so a common purpose should apply to everyone in a broader sense.
I think one should not mention one’s personal targets that is not to be confused with the purpose of human life
Creating a purpose for one’s life is different from assigning a purpose by the creator himself.
You create a purpose for your life; which you think gives your life a meaning. If you should decide to create a meaning that serves a purpose higher than self then that would be good.

The highest purpose life can have is to serve humanity, to make it stronger, to build its knowledge base, to understand the wisdom/truth derived by all knowledge and experience received.

Thus, the human species continues to live on, and on, and on.

Why should not there be a great purpose of human life which is an intelligent race; they can speak and write?
Lower Life cannot speak or write, except to a little extent; so their purpose should not be equaled to the Human Life; it will be most unreasonable.

Pantheists are wrong to maintain the view that the Universe or Nature and God are identical. This is wrong; nature does manifest and reflect the attributes of the Creator but nature is different from the Creator.
The Creator-God Allah YHWH is distinctively different from the created; the universe and all within it are created by Him and under his effective control; so they are not identical:

[39:63] Allah is the Creator of all things, and He is Guardian over all things.
[39:64] To Him belong the keys of the heavens and the earth; and as for those who disbelieve in the Signs of Allah, these it is who are the losers.
[39:65] Say, ‘Is it other gods than Allah that you bid me worship, O ye ignorant ones?’
[39:66] And verily it has been revealed to thee as unto those before thee: ‘If thou attribute partners to God, thy work shall surely go vain and thou shalt certainly be of the losers.’
[39:67] Aye, worship Allah and be among the thankful.
[39:68] And they do not esteem Allah, with the esteem that is due to Him. And the whole earth will be but His handful on the Day of Resurrection, and the heavens will be rolled up in His right hand. Glory to Him and exalted is He above that which they associate with Him.

http://www.alislam.org/quran/search2/showChapter.php?submitCh=Read+from+verse%3A&ch=39&verse=62

We don’t deny that there are people among the atheists who have served the cause of humanity; but that is one aspect of life; believers also do it; it is common with the good people irrespective whether they are believers or non-believers.
These might be famous people and celebrities. They are politicians, authors, actors, businesspeople, directors, professors, intellectuals, scientists, performers, artists and others.

They might have all accomplished a significant success in their field during their lives and would have received recognition for it; and that is why they were famous.

But the non-believers did not attach the true dimension of the purpose of life with their deeds, which they could have done, if they knew it.

Speaking generally about the purpose of life for all of humanity one may say it is probably simply to reproduce the off-spring; that exists there and is common with the other animals; but here the question arises: do the humans have the same purpose as the animals have.

One may note here a point that humans need much more caring than the other animals need; which hints that the purpose of creation of humans is much higher than of the animals. A calf would be on his own within a couple of months but a human child needs much more care; he has to learn how to speak, how to deal with others and how to get educated. So purpose of animals and humans cannot be equaled.

However famous the celebrities are; while they have been allowed free will and they can spend their lives as they please; but they have no intention to lead their life in particular relating to the purpose of life, so intentionally or unintentionally they waste their life in this perspective in mind.

Nobody in this world accomplishes anything significant without a sense of purpose. All of these people have demonstrated a strong sense of meaning in their lives according to the goals and and definitely not “whiling away their lives.”
Lance Armstrong, who is a record-setting Tour de France cyclist, and has survived testicular cancer after being given a 40% chance to live, and now works for cancer research.

This man has accomplished a tremendous amount in his life. Nobody lives the life he has lived without goals and purpose.
These are just his thoughts; it does not explain the purpose of human life.

Such acts are done more often by religious people than the atheists.

[2:63] Surely, the Believers, and the Jews, and the Christians and the Sabians — whichever party from among these truly believes in Allah and the Last Day and does good deeds — shall have their reward with their Lord, and no fear shall come upon them, nor shall they grieve.

http://www.alislam.org/quran/search2/showChapter.php?submitCh=Read+from+verse%3A&ch=2&verse=62

Why should not there be a great purpose of human life which is an intelligent race; they can speak and write?
Life at a lower level of evolution cannot speak or write; so their purpose should not be equaled to the purpose of human life who can speak and write distinctive qualities of humans; it will be most unreasonable.

The parents only know that they performed their natural duty and urge like I performed my duty and urge; that is personal thing; not a common purpose of life where evolution leads us all the human beings.

That could be their pass time to entertain one; they have yet to find a purpose of life for which evolution started and is leading all the human beings.

That is defining a personal or limited goal; not the purpose of human life at large.

There are the purposes society or others assign to you. You have duties and responsibilities. Many are assigned rather than being chosen. They are not objective purposes because they are not natural, and they are not subjective because you don’t choose them.
Then there are people who just don’t need an objective and don’t like assigned purpose, but find their own subjective purpose is all they need or want.

Einstein was right to say: A knowledge of the existence of something we cannot penetrate, of the manifestations of the profoundest reason and the most radiant beauty – it is this knowledge and this emotion that constitute the truly religious attitude; in this sense, and this alone, I am a deeply religious man.

You will agree that the atheists have no idea of purpose of life of a man; if one does not know it, one has no intent to achieve it; all of one’s deeds are just in vain.
Life without purpose is life wasted.

There is a grand and broad purpose of life within which one could have one’s goals and targets.

The atheists agnostics skeptics apatheists; all while away their lives; finding no real purpose in life and no goal in life, their actions become meaningless and their thoughts get frustrated.

The Greatest Principle of Comparative Studies of Religions

June 3, 2008

The advent of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad was an epoch making event towards the end of the nineteenth century in the history of comparative religions in the present era.


Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, The Guided One (1835-1908), made it convenient for the human beings be of any race, color or creed to make comparative study of the Revealed Religions of the world and to accept the truth wherever one finds it. He set out many unbiased, neutral and full of wisdom principles for that purpose, the foremost among these is “The claim of a Religion on any topic as well as the logical argumentation should be from its Revealed Book”.

 

There may be a religion whose followers claim (e.g. Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism, Zoroastrianism or any other religion) that their religion or its teachings are for the whole world. ( i.e. it is universal), but the others may demand the followers of that religion to prove if this claim is explicitly mentioned in your Revealed Book and that if that claim has been supported by divine arguments in your Revealed Book.

This could be easily checked by anyone sincerely searching for the truth or guidance. If a religion on any of the important topics or human problems does not contain the relevant claim or argumentation / reasoning then that religion could be pronounced as a Dead Religion for all practical purposes. (One may remember here that all revealed religions in its origin were truthful; this fact has been highlighted by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad many a times and with great emphases)

We are more concerned with the present era – a dynamic scientific era; where we live in. The humanity is facing very complex problems which must be addressed by the Living Religion of the world if there is any utility in the religion worth the name; any denomination. The religion is for the common as also for the highly literate and since it is claimed to be divine, it should satisfy the common man as also the very literate special man.

The followers of a religion might be very clever and cunning that they could advocate for their religion and could attribute claims to a religion which re not explicitly found in its Revealed Book or they could provide arguments in its favor which are only man-made and not provided by the Divine.

In that case such a religion could be pronounced on its merit, at the most, to be a man-made religion, definitely not sent by God. This could be a litmus test. Verify your religion of your choice on these two simple but wise counts; you might be stunned to realize that many a religion are just myths and its followers are following it only blindfolded.

On his own part Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad set out this epoch making principle in an Inter-Religions Conference in the year 1896 and then he proved that the religion of his choice has claim and arguments on the five basic questions facing by humanity:-

 

  • The Physical, Moral, and SpiritualStates of Man.
  • What is the State of Man After Death?
  • The Object of Man’s Life and the Means of its Attainment.
  • The Operation of the Practical Ordinances of the Law in This Life and the Next.
  • Sources of Divine Knowledge.

The conference had given these questions on which the participant speakers had to speak.

 

I leave the solutions to the respected readers. Try for the Religion of your choice. Best of luck!

Thanks

I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

 


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