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Friday, May 14, 2010

A few can spoil the entire party

Why we have fake swamis and temple and church priests??

There is a famous song, and meaning of the song goes this way, “God has created human beings, human beings established religions and religions established Gods and Goddess and both human beings and religions together shared the soil of the earth”.

When God created human beings, He has not
created swamis, church and temple priests or religious people together as a separate flock He created human beings and sent them to a large society. In the complex thought processes its human beings who established the religion and we needed to have swamis, church and temple priests to serve the religious purposes. So being a chaste is not natural it’s something unnatural. Thus the swamis, church and temple priests or religious people are the end results of complex thought process of society and human beings. Human beings have made everything mechanical and systemically but it is turned to be complex.

As we have all kinds of people in the large society both good and bad; as the swamis and priests are from the large society and they make the small flock within the large society; we have both good and the bad people in the small flock as well. We can’t isolate the small flock from the large society and the elements of the large society as well. The small flock is the part and parcel of the large society. Therefore we have both good and bad people in small flock of swamis, church and temple priests and religious people.

Even if there are mandatory training processes to be priests, many a time the basic human traits and behaviors remain as it is. The training remains as a tunnel experience, when people are in training there are intact but once they are out of it they show the real character.

Being a chaste is not natural it’s something unnatural. Because when God created human being He asked them to be part of the creation process and produce their offspring and multiple like the sands in the sea shore and conquer the earth. So producing the offspring (f******) is the basic human nature. As we have Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, we have human needs in a pyramid format. We have our basic needs like food, shelter and clothing. Once our basic needs get fulfilled we go upward in the ladder and look for luxury and it leads to alcohol and the next is to have sex and ……………………………………..

As the swamis, church and temple priests and religious people go upward in the ladder of human needs and they get indulged even in alcohol and what is to be followed after alcohol is sex and ……………………..

It does not mean that every swami, church and temple priest and religious people is bad and unholy. A few can spoil the party. A few can spoil the name of the large number of good people of the small flock. Let us keep the status and name of the supposedly “Holy” swami, church and temple priest and religious people high and holy and keep people’s faith and hope in them intact in our own ways rather than defaming our supposedly “Holy” swami, church and temple priest and religious people.

1 comment:

  1. Nowadays normal astrologers come up as saints in need of name fame n money. There are a lot of people like this, who deceive ppl and defame their own religions. So the end victims, normal ppl who cant differentiate between truth n false, end up believing them and donate money n waste most of their wealth and all. Later, when they get deceived, or when things don't work out their way, they will stop their belief on astrology or the religion itself.
    Thus we see a few people saying, they don't believe such beliefs. Which happens because of false saints and astrologers.

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