All forms of wor­ship are Di­vine

Post - - OPINION - LALLO M HARIRAM Umh­langa Ridge

I RE­FER to many ar­ti­cles on Hindu re­li­gion in the POST, Septem­ber 26-30, and the writ­ers must be com­pli­mented for their po­tent views.

Most Hin­dus in South Africa lack knowl­edge and fore­sight to prac­tise Dharma laid down in the scrip­tures.

A God re­alised soul must be fol­lowed to lead you to sal­va­tion.

This world has left us many Di­vine masters.

This ref­er­ence has con­stantly been obeyed by the Lord when he made an ap­pear­ance in this world to make Guru wor­ship to set an ex­am­ple.

Hindu Dharma for­bids and form of vi­o­lence and killing, in­clud­ing an­i­mals or His creation.

They must all be pro­tected by hu­man­ity. This is be­cause God has given us the high­est power of rea­son­ing.

I am con­stantly div­ing into the Holy Qur’an, the Bha­gavad Gita and the Bible. For years my prayer is to that Lov­ing Lord, ABC.

A = Al­lah, B = Bha­gawan and C = Christ. What RAJ say to us is that we must go out and serve hu­man­ity when they call and, upon serv­ing them, we have served the Lord. RAJ again is my dear lov­ing R (Raam), A (Al­lah) and J (Je­sus).

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