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Nice emotional outburst at the end instead of sound reasoning.
19 April 2019
I was a little disappointed with the arguments provided by Bhagat singh in favour of atheism. I thought a great man like him would have a sane head to tackle an issue like this but anyways i like his honesty.
He himself says,
"As far as I am concerned, I admit that I lack sufficient study in this field. I had a great desire to study the Oriental Philosophy, but I could get ample opportunity or sufficient time to do so."
And then he goes on to challenge and question some popular practices which don't have basis in the puranas and then questions it like a child may question the existence of
And he also writes when he was in Jail,
"My disbelief in God has turned all the circumstances too harsh and this situation can deteriorate further."
Wow! I really love his honesty but can only laugh at the foolishness, why would a man want to aggravate his suffering? Stand by your thoughts if they are really worthy to stand by and if they help the greater masses.
As its famously said "bad association spoils good habits", the same happened with Bhagat Singh it seems by reading books having views of Marx, Communists, dictators, atheists etc but never had the time to read the saints who actually brought a silent revolution in the hearts of people and are still doing it.
I respect a lot his sacrifice as a patriot and i am thankful for it but at the same time as he said i am free to not really agree to his view points and more so when those hardly make sense.