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Necessity of Philosophy, science and religion

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Necessity of Philosophy, science and religion

Post  sv-b on Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:21 pm

Hello friends, sunny

Atmost, Atleast and Atlast requisite of philosophy, science and relgion is to cure the suffering of us, we, human beings. It's not for fun and comfortability. But, for the purpose of wisdom.

Social excellence, Social intelligence, and social decency may call and seek for happiness and fun. But, Not the wisdom part. This epoch of ours, we name the wisdom as 'academic'. But. This is not the satisfactory terminolgy of wisdom.

The title " Philosopher" fits to a person only after his death as he was difficult to be understood by his fellow-human beings. Inevitably, They are being identified as 'sufferers' during their life time as they have responsible to know .learn and teach the truth of the world irrespective of their culture, nation, religion, caste and sects.


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