is certainly in human, unnatural, illegal irreligious and unethical
to show disfavour to those, who practice Sakaropasana and Sagunopuja.
If the devil jealousy raises its head to despise, criticise,
repudiate and differ from those, who choose to worship their own
ishtadaivams according to their preference and psychology, it has to
be curbed ruthlessly and instantly. In as much as a certain
a deity of his choice, though diametrically opposite and
totally repugnantto the other man's attitude, he too
has every right to see his interests safeguarded and preserved with
the might of fist or power of tongue. Man
being a social animal, he must learn the art of amicably
and harmoniously, despite the infinite diversity and omnipresent
discordance staring into eyes at every turn. And every second
too. Toleration is the hall mark of refinement and a virtue ever
commendable. It divinises not only the owner but his formidable foe,
who mericilessly raises his cudgel to smash him to fragments.
Scriptures of every religion peach this virtue and proclaim for
vociferously that admission into Lord's abode is reserved for only such supreme specimens of
mankind, whose altruism and tolerance
entitles the highest place and God's best mercy. What are the forms
and what is their significance need enlightenment now.