Tag Archives: religion

In Remembrance of 26/11 and Thanksgiving to the Heroes

Warning: A post without structure, theme or composition. Senseless unedited outpouring. Read at your own risk. Blood, bullets, and deaths. Brutal violence. Screams. Helplessness. Despair. Pain. Courage. A nation of a billion aspiring to be on the UN Security Council … Continue reading

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Religion in Environmentalism

In the discussion surrounding my popular post Religion vs. Gender Equality & Feminism, there was a reference to religion and environmentalism. As if on cue, the Pope has now said: “Is it not true that inconsiderate use of creation begins … Continue reading

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Religion vs. Gender Equality & Feminism

How do religions treat women? How do emancipated women treat religion? A sequence of events recently has made my mind unquiet over this subject. Nita asked if Hinduism was coming of age, with people performing the sacred ‘thread ceremony’ on … Continue reading

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Religion vs. Atheism in Parenting

A few weeks back, I read Richard Dawkins in The God Delusion say: I want us to flinch when we hear of a ‘Christian child’ or a ‘Muslim child’. Small children are too young to know their views on life, … Continue reading

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