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Same Light Coming Through Glasses Of Different Colours

It is the same light coming through glasses of different colours. And these little variations are necessary for purposes of adaptation. But in the heart of everything the same truth reigns. The Lord has declared to the Hindu in His incarnation as Krishna, "I am in every religion as the thread through a string of pearls. Wherever thou seest extraordinary holiness and extraordinary power raising and purifying humanity, know thou that I am there." And what has been the result? I challenge the world to find, throughout the whole system of Sanskrit philosophy, any such expression as that the Hindu alone will be saved and not others. Says Vyasa, "We find perfect men even beyond the pale of our caste and creed." One thing more. How, then, can the Hindu, whose whole fabric of thought centres in God, believe in Buddhism which is agnostic (Agnosticism is a philosophical or epistemological position that holds that the ultimate reality or existence of certain things, particularly in the realms of metaphysics or the divine, is unknown, unknowable, or inherently uncertain. Agnostics typically assert that it is not possible to prove or disprove the existence of certain entities or concepts, such as God or deities. Agnosticism is often associated with a skeptical or agnostic attitude towards religious claims and metaphysical beliefs. An agnostic may neither affirm nor deny the existence of a higher power or supernatural beings due to a perceived lack of empirical evidence or the limitations of human understanding. There are various degrees and nuances of agnosticism, ranging from "strong agnosticism" (asserting that the existence of certain things is inherently unknowable) to "weak agnosticism" (simply stating that one does not currently possess knowledge about the existence of certain things but is open to new evidence).It's important to note that agnosticism is distinct from atheism, which is the lack of belief in deities or gods, and from theism, which is the belief in the existence of one or more deities.), or in Jainism which is atheistic? (Atheism is a lack of belief in the existence of deities or gods. An atheist is someone who does not hold a belief in any gods or divine beings. Atheism is often characterized by a naturalistic worldview that relies on empirical evidence, reason, and scientific understanding to explain the universe and human existence. It's important to note that atheism is not a single, unified belief system or philosophy. Atheists can hold a wide range of beliefs about morality, ethics, and the nature of reality. Some atheists may be secular humanists, skeptics, agnostics, or hold other philosophical positions alongside their atheistic stance. Atheism can also vary in its degree of certainty. Some atheists are "strong atheists," who actively assert that no gods exist, while others are "weak atheists" or agnostic atheists, who simply lack belief in gods without making a definitive assertion about their existence. Atheism has been a topic of philosophical, scientific, and religious discussion for centuries, and it plays a significant role in shaping discussions about worldviews, ethics, and the nature of belief.)

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