By Subrata Mukherjee
In love with Golapi Subratagolapi.
If I come to the point of religion from the classroom of science or the greatest of the educational institutions to the practical field of life I will get an interesting fact here.
A man is born and he gets a name and identification according to a religion to which his parents are in belief with or related to. Then, he grows up and learns some lessons and culture from his parents or the other members of his family and this way, he becomes a follower of a particular religion or belief.
Since that particular point of time in his life that particular person is just made to follow the principles of that religion or practices and one day when his sense grows up to the level of judgement he either continues to follow the same or starts defying that code or practice.
This is the common fact perhaps in every human life. The practice of religion starts with a compulsion or a force and in later parts of life the individual starts accepting the principles or practice according to his own perception.
Faith and reason give a stand to beliefs. Faith comes through various unknown sources of unascertained facts and issues but the reasons are generated from ascertained facts based on specific evidences whose veracity is well tested.