This week, I am crazy busy. Even this morning I was in back to back meetings and the meeting from 11 to 12noon ran longer. Didnít even have the time to have a proper lunch. When work gets this hectic I canít concentrate let alone think about anything else. After going home, I just want to engage myself into either some mindless fun with Alex, FFF etc. or just watch something funny like a marathon of Two & a Half Men or Will & Grace.
Anyway, am not sure why we are going to back to religion time and again. I am far more interested in God. God has always existed; that is, if you believe in it. Religion came much later when God decided to create human beings. Sure through religion we came to know about God but we also know that God has always existed. So I often get this discussion on religion. For what I know and can tell, it is only for people on this planet basically to let them know that thereís such a thing as God and that, we are to believe in it, worship it even. Religion is merely to give people a proper guidelines or restrictions if you will as to how we should be living our lives and under what sort of circumstances. Itís nothing more than that. When you ask a question like, ďdo you believe in God?Ē the question that comes to my mind next is, ďif so, then what do you think it is?Ē rather than ďwhy do you believe in it?Ē etc. I can give you why but if you are a skeptic, whoís not open to possibilities, then it will all fall into deaf ears and the very discussion will stand moot. Religion is dull and boring and itís for people who are unable to think outside the box. I donít need religion to tell me that God exists. I would have known. If you know what God is and what itís all about, then you donít need religion to explain anything. I much rather explore the existence of God and for that, I am ready to study religion too, but I am sure it will only confuse me further, because of the hundreds of religions that exist with very different belief systems in each case and because of the way it evolved over the years. Iíd much rather have a fresh and new approach in my discovery of God than to rely on something that got twisted and taken out of context to the point that they donít make sense anymore - if you get my drift.