Hindu Muslim Unity: Imitating people of faith instead of entertainers

Do we help ourselves imitating celebrities or heroes in our scriptures?

The entertainment industry exploits the human mind and lures people to imitate it’s excessive material way of life.  They teach us to compromise our basic values and to follow frivolous pursuits.

Emulating holy people isn’t easy. The Bhagavad Gita asks us to make that step by understanding the true purpose of human life. The Quran says that the condition of a people cannot change until they change themselves.

One Muslim suggests that we honor the prophets to build up our character while a Hindu advises we surround ourselves with virtuous company to keep our minds on track.

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2 thoughts on “Hindu Muslim Unity: Imitating people of faith instead of entertainers

  1. I learned of your blog through the Facebook Spirituality and Practice. I just wanted you to know I am enjoying it very much, and I appreciate your efforts! Thank you!

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