Religion is not the messages given in the religious books. It is the opinion about many thing / issues / matters/ factors by that religious leaders. Unfortunately we have misunderstood that the messages, prayers, mantras, stories given in a religious book means religion. Similar stories, experiences or messages coming/given in a non religious literature is no way labelled as the religious book content.
If the messages given in Bible is also given in a book written by Shakespeare, the Shakespeare’s book will not be considered as religious books. In any book if religion comes only when the author / the prophet / ‘god’ tells that I am the only god or I am the only way or you should worship only me. This is the religious instruction and those words are religious messages. Only that part is to be considered as religion bonded.
When Aikmathya sooktha from Rugveda is chanted, the sooktha contains the messages of management in the world. These messages are not told by a particular religious leader who said “ i am the only leader you should follow”.
When general messages are uttered in the usual style of poetic method, it will not become the religion. Just read this message given in Upanishads; “let us exist together, let us share the result of the work together, let us enlighten together, let us work together, and let us not have hatred towards anyone”. This is universal message. This is the message that every company has to propagate. Under such circumstances how that message will become religious, when it is the most important management message even the non religious people/ worker should (have) follow.
Unfortunately Kerala CPM ministers are continuously creating anti national activities, denigrating our culture, labelling and belittling all of them belong to BJP or RSS. Universal messages given by anyone in this world is only message(s) to be implemented in the life by one and all.
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