SCIENCE AND RELIGION: –
Science: – The purpose of science is to study our world – the physical universe,
the human experience, and all of nature – and provide conclusions that
add meaning to our lives and help us make decisions. Science is insatiable; once
a particular conclusion is reached, it is time to move to next. It seems almost
inevitable that someday science will start to tackle the spiritual questions of
life. One could argue that science will never really achieve its ultimate purpose
until it starts to tackle the questions of GOD, the existence of SOUL, and
other spiritual matters.
Religion: – Among all religions there is one common mystical idea that what
we call “Reality” is actually an “Illusion”. The mystical sects of all religions
tell us that our five senses only give us a limited view of a greater infinite Reality.
It is the reality of our Inner Self, our true self that is eternal and presents
everywhere. The SOUL does not die, and is therefore much more “Real” than
the body, which is just a temporary vehicle for the Soul. It is the common belief
among the mystics that both time and space are part of the illusion, the veil
that covers the truth.