Seen outside a Church:
"All religions are welcome"
...reminds me of Hindu Temples
forbidding entry to non-Hindus
and makes me appreciate
the other approach
of not only allowing
but welcoming all-
whether or not to worship!
Yes, you may be a believer
or an atheist, or a follower
of some other faith,
You are not denied entry
where THEY believe the God lives...
interesting approach sir !ReplyDelete
Thank you bro!ReplyDelete
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I remember the days of my childhood when I dared to enter a Hindu temple. I was immediately pulled out by a relative who said that I was transgressing. He took me outside the temple where it was written "Non-Hindus are not allowed"!ReplyDelete
yeah...although I was born to Hindu parents and do not follow Hinduism(or any other religion for that matter), I hate this approach of the Hindus. Thanks for agreeing...Delete
Absolutely agree with you! I am a Sikh and a Gurudwara, the Sikh temple, is always built with 4 doors on 4 sides, the idea being to welcome one and all.ReplyDelete
Thank you Manreet for agreeing and appreciating!Delete
wow! to have found a post so close to myheart. growing up in the boarding there and seeing these pictures not to forget the what you mentioned . The place where the temple and the gurudwara share a common wall and the masjid just opposite. thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thank you Kajal for appreciating! Nainital is my favorite place and I make sure to make a visit every 2 years. Please do read my other observations on the same place on my blog. Thanks for following!!Delete
Those words are the ultimate truth.I wish we had that stuck on all the religious centers across the globe. I've had experience of being waiting outside places where I wanted to visit but entry restricted. I've had experiences where my friends waited outside when I went inside the temple to pray because of entry restriction. When man understands his fellow being under a different religion is not different from him in any way, why should religion bring in the divide?ReplyDelete
Thank you Leo Paw for agreeing and appreciating!Delete
Yes , it goes well with we, the walking micro cosmos of universe, when in high energy we too don't deny our goodness to others.These rules are made by human not by God.ReplyDelete
Thank you Arpana for agreeing with a philosophical proof, and appreciating!ReplyDelete