Thank you for your response. Sorry for the delay. I do not access net everyday. I have a lot to talk on all the issues you have mentioned.
In today's world, most of the people seem to be not serious about life, its origin, its meaning and salvation. People are busy with non-essentials. Many may not have the big vision of life. Many spend mechanical life. The origin of today's problems start from our very thinking, faiths, beliefs, attitudes and behavior. Most people including top leaders of the world, ignore fundamentals. How do we expect a solution, without proper diagnosis.
Terrorism and extremism are born in thinking, the circumstances and worlds indifference to social problems, all castes, classes, religions included.
We ignore to give total education to children. We are often biased by our social circumstances. The core seem to be missing everywhere. This requires dispassionate relook at ourselves --subjective and objective on the one hand and material and spiritual (not necessarily religious) on the other hand.
This require true teachers who are total and committed to humanity and life in general.
On Sun, 28 Jan 2007 Somaiah Kasani wrote :
Dear Chekuru, Good Morning.
Thank You very much for your prompt reply to my Republic Day wishes. Thank You also for your wishes to be in touch with each other. But, sir you too have to bring some words to life, occasionally, either by commenting on mine or contributing from your side too....
The University of Alberta is organizing international Week, from January 29 – February 2, 2007. There are about 50 events in it. I am planning to attend a few.
Yours, Somayya Kasani.