IrresponsiblePosted: February 9, 2015
“We are going to take percentage of Hindus to 100 in country …”,
– 22 December 2014, firstpost.com.
I don’t want to focus too much on what has been said or done in the past few months with respect to religious conversion. Who did what and which side is right or wrong. In fact I’d rather think of every conversion as unnecessary and not seek redressal but simply stay still.
But the heart desperately seeks a language to speak in. Religion is simply a matter of faith and faith by definition should not require a passport.
If we must indeed discover our identity as a nation, as Swami Vivekananda wanted us to do so. Can we not find it in our strength rather than our vulnerabilities?