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Disruption and violence in world

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Submitted by dev (India), May 8, 2009 at 14:08

The man kind has seen too much of violence and resultant misery.The cause in general is failure of mankind to evolve itself to a higher civilisational status.Institutionalised religions have evoked hell with their intolerance and narrow paths and their incapacity to realise the truth and goodness in other religions too.The whole situation was compounded by bad races like Pakistanis and ruthless rulers of all sorts .Hitler and his like you can say " the birds of the same feather flock togather" hence the mutual liking of aggressive temperaments.Man has not been able to see his faults but is quick to blame others but then the fanatics and fundamentalists are more to blaim.Therefore they should be asked to go back to their respective lands to practice their crude irrelevant religions and spare the innocent lives else where and practice their experiments in their puritan lands.This would check disruption and misery elsewhere.As a law of nature a tiger will then pounce on its own kin and kith when hungry lest he would devour the innocent elsewhere.The lesson is just live a simple peaceful,truthful,honest and compassionate and kind life with open minded broad hearted attitude.

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