Religion, a science! (Part 3)

At the same time, no great scientists and researchers who are honoured with the recognition of acceptance from all walks of life have never taught any idea which is lethal to human life, society and civilization.

So, a great religion and a great science are complementary to each other and there is no conflict or contradiction between them. The objective of science is to make a human life easy, comfortable and happy in the material form and the objective of a religion is to make a human life orderly, truthful and blessed with eternal peace, values, ethics and happiness in the form of spirituality.

A mind with a lesson of values, ethics and truth can not deploy an atomic bomb on a living human civilization!

The New World (Natun Prithibi)

নতুন পৃথিবী।

A religion teaches us what is wrong and right and shows the correct way to follow in our life and the science teaches us not to be blind and deaf and also equips us with the opportunity to choose from multiple options!

For example, electricity is an invention of science but showing compassion, love and observing ethics are the lessons we learn from religion.

A machine has all the powers and applications of science but a man only for his sense and realisation of spirituality learnt from religion is distinct from a machine and has achieved the greatness.

A mind without a religious and spiritual ingredients can not differentiate the right from the wrong and with the power of science this mind can easily be lead to a destructive destination!

The New World (Natun Prithibi)
নতুন পৃথিবী।

To be continued….

The New World (Natun Prithibi)

নতুন পৃথিবী।

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