After years and years of hearing that I was condemned and in need of saving, I walked out of my school and never looked back.
Developed societies tend to grow more secular with time. I believe it is not because people have lost their faith. They haven't. It is more that organised religion tends to lose its appeal in pluralistic and diverse societies.
Temples dedicated to Murugan--the Hindu God of War--are scattered all over the island country of Singapore.
We cannot repent unless we have first gone astray.
One often wonders what happens after we die: do we really walk into the afterlife? The answer of whether our journey ends at our funeral or whether we begin a new journey the day after our funeral is an endless one. Nikhil Kushwaha presents us with a vision of the afterlife in his book “The Day After My Funeral”. He neither intends to question any religious beliefs nor desires to preach. He simply wants to bring awareness to readers of the ticking clock - so that we live our life to the fullest, enjoy every moment and die in peace without any regrets.