Spirituality and Religiosity

Spirituality and Religiosity

The whole world is struggling with a pandemic: the coronavirus. Perhaps never before has the entire humanity found itself united against a common enemy like this. The virus has brought people of all nations together irrespective of religion and culture, language and ethnicity. This is the positive aspect of a crisis like this. At the same time, as humans today we realise how fragile we are, and how much we are interconnected with one another and with the things of nature. Whatever be the source of this epidemic, it has broken our blind trust in three assumptions:

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