Monday, August 30, 2010
Savitri Era is the most versatile and vibrant of all religions
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one has to draw a line regarding certain active omissions and factual distortions in the book which warrant action rather than tolerance.]
Savitri Era Religion has had a chequered career thus far. Each person was happy to define it according to his sweet will till Heehs brought the matter to the brink. One has to draw a line therefore as it can't be all things to all people for ever. And in this context, perhaps the foremost principle is that we can’t compromise with the premise of the old and established religions.
Savitri Era Religion has attracted appellations like synthetic or integral, but that does not mean amalgamation. Having presence in almost all countries of the world, it is the most versatile and vibrant of all religions, but at the same time it has its distinct identity and set of practices. There is absolutely no need to be apologetic about them, and the more we prefer to come out in the open about our religious choice, the better will be the prospect of our young religion. [TNM]