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The role of religion in our daily life: Is money a new kind of cult? are the traditional religions threateaning our growth?
It has always been one of my biggest concerns since it takes us as an individual but also as a community in the whole perspective. Despite the fact religion habits are not followed as other times we must take on account the number of people tend to answer their existential doubts with either resignation and weak faith or a frenetic rythim of sensory stimuli (music, tv, socially crowded environments)
The previous debate may be synthethized as: Are we aware of the dangers of letting others be "free to choose their religion" or is this choice a true evidence of their lack of freedom, inherited from generations of egotist, individualist humans taking advantage of money to gain power and manage to control people's notions of freedom and community commitment .
Of course other questions arise, such as: is the educational system designed for this age, does it guarantee or promote decisions made by personal conviction or just "to keep with the flow"? Is it designed for the industrial revolution demanding working-blinded-minds?
Finally, aiming to translate thoughts into action: What do YOU do in order to challenge this set of values?