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Retired after 40 years of career in journalism. Former publisher and editor of The Link, a South Asian Canadian weekly newspaper from Vancouver, BC. Now a freelance writer. Published my first book titled "Hinduism:beyond rituals,customs and traditions". The book is educational dealing with all the facets of Hinduism. Websites: promodpuri.com progressivehindudialogue.com promodpuri.blogspot.com View all posts by Promod Puri
An interesting question that you have asked Sir. I am myself an agnostic and remember we had a module on religion touching every school of thought in depth. I believe that at the end it whittles to a personal choice and we shouldn’t blindly follow things. It’s important to question beliefs. Though there are things that take place and we cannot explain. I shall tread the middle ground.
In the complexities of god or no-god your stand on middle ground makes quite a sense, and you are right we need not follow things including beliefs. Very well expressed in few words. Thanks for your comments.
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