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    India has 3 lakh mosques and and over 2 million temples, yet God was not kind to many

    It has said roughly that India has 3 lakh mosques and and over 2 million temples, yet God was not kind to many. The plight of the people remain unchanged. Those who are living in poverty are continued to do so and rich getting richest of all times. The wholesome presence of mosques and temples should have heard the grievances of the mass but the situation seems to be alarming. Is that mean Gods or almighty no more interested to give us the great respite and guarantee a formidable respectable living condition?
  • #746366
    Mohan, there are many churches also in India. Many people visit them also. Why did you not mention the number of those places of worship in your thread?
    Simply by going to a place of worship and praying God may not give you all happiness and see that you will not have any problems. But it all depends on the actions and methods we follow in our life. Only thing is by visiting the places of worship you may feel some peace and our brain may function better so that we may find good solutions to the problems we are facing.
    Many people believe that by visiting the temples and other places of worship the severity of the damage because of that problem will come down. They feel that the damage will be high if we are not visiting God's place and asking him for help. Anyhow, it all depends on the destiny of the individual.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #746377
    God has not asked anyone to construct residing places for HIM.

    Worship places are constructed by humans for their own expected benefits. Just as in any other matter their wishes and expectations may be realized or achieved in some cases and not in all cases. God is not to be blamed for the non-happening of the beneficial nor for adverse happenings.

    However such worship places, many times, directly or indirectly come to the benefit of the poor and needy. Many times the poor are fed by the anna-daan schemes from these places, many times these places become shelter in times of calamities etc. Even otherwise these places become platform for social gatherings and prayers whereby people forget their sufferings for sometime and involve in some entertainment or confidence-building activities.

    Society needs not just clubs, cafeteria and theatres but worship places too. At least they are not as harmful as the others.

  • #746383
    While mosques and temples are seen more the churches are minimal and in some places no presence at all.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #746394
    No. Mohan. The number of churches is also very high. I don't know the exact number but not negligible. In my native place in Andhra Pradesh, around my house, there are two temples and 4 churches. On Sunday two temples, as well as 4 churches, will be very crowded and people come and perform their rituals and go.
    drrao
    always confident

  • #746399
    If that is the case the demand for God's intervention is more and compounded but no relief coming
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #746430
    A father to a child knows very well what is the need of the child and when the need to be fulfilled. But in spite of this, the child ask him this and that. If the father refused to buy the same or act as not heard, it does not mean that the father is arrogant, and the child may think that his/her father is not kind. Similar to this your statement,sir, as any thing to a human is happening only according to the Karma account of the particular person, We can see many times that persons escaping from a huge accident but dying in a small event. We,human, do not understand His calculation but always misunderstanding.
    A boy who wants to apply for a job needed three hundred rupees. After attaining failure in all his attempts he sat before a God in a nearby temple. He openly pleaded his request. At that time an old man who was in the rounds of shrine heard this and he put a two hundred rupees in a cover(as he possess that much only) silently put by his side and went out. Seeing that cover by his side the boy found two hundred rupees note in that cover, but without feeling happy he told the God,'Oh God, if you are really helping me do directly and do not through anybody, see somebody took 100 as commission'.


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