ABOUT ORGANIZED RELIGION'S FUTILITY
ARVIND K. PANDEY
Not only liberals but all those who want to create an ideal society have a moral right to condemn organized religion. After all, it not only brainwashes their minds but also puts them on the road to nowhere. Since each human being is store house of great potential, he should be allowed to channelize it in his own unique manner that corresponds to his instincts. Organized religion does exactly opposites. It blunts an individual ability to discern and instead subject him to inhumane choices. All what institutionalized religion aims at is to create an environment that is conductive to its purpose-of churning out derailed personalities guided by sectarian ideals. Given this backdrop why dilute the efforts to block it by ascribing liberals alone a moral right to cleanse the system. The truth is that it is the pious task of every conscientious soul who wishes to bring order in the life.