Sunday, January 13, 2008


One blogger wrote on Jan. 12, 2008:
"...To Day is 145th birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand.This Article is dedicated to this Grate Guide of the world..."

1. What is the definition of "Grate Guide of the world" (spelling error of 'grate' for 'great' 'sic')?

2. Who will decide whether a particular person is a great guide?

3. Catholics may think that Pope is the Great Guide of the World. Sunny Muslims may think that Khalifa was the Great Guide. Some Hindus may think that Vivekananda is a great guide.

4. Then how does a great guide behave? Does he sacrifice goats? Does he crave for turtles and shad fish? Does he beg women for photos? Does he call vegetarians grass eaters?

What are the parameters?

This criticism is addressed to and applies to preachers and top functionaries of all the religions.

1 comment:

PT - The Axis said...