Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Radhanath Swami on The Real Question

Most of the terrorism in this world is in the name of religion. But it really has nothing do with religion. It’s only about sectarianism and ignorance. Real religion is universal. According to Srimad Bhagavatam, religion is based on four principles. These four principles are called the four pillars of religion. Austerity, cleanliness, mercy, and truthfulness. Whether we call ourselves a Hindu, a Muslim, a Buddhist, a Christian, or a Sheikh, that’s not so important. The real question, and the real message to answer the question, is how we are developing our love for God through the process of following these four principles.

11 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing so beautifully in such few words.

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  2. Very clear message by Radhanath Swami to everyone...

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  3. Those people who preach hatred in the name of religion has nothing to do with religion. In fact these sinners have no love for the Lord.
    They commit abominable acts to satisfy their own selfish agendas.

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  4. Abhishek ChaudhuryApril 27, 2011 at 7:04 AM

    According to Radhanath Swami our love of God is exhibited by how we follow his orders/instructions.

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  5. Very profoundly explained, any one who is serious about spiritual advancement can take these simple four principle no matter from which religion he belongs.

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  6. Maharaj has cleared misconception about Religion & terrorism by explaining the definition of real religion

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  7. Radhanath Swami has given a nice message here. Unfortunately, people are following religions for their selfishness by misinterpreting the injunctions given in that religion.

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  8. How true!

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  9. message for all.simply wonderful. thanks radhanath swami.

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  10. thanks radhanath swami for putting light on this universal subject.most wonderfully explained.

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  11. Peace formula & solution to terrorism given by Swamiji....thanks

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