“Religion separated us too.. “

“Religion separated us too.. “

 “Love your fellow-beings and respect each and everyone’s feelings” – read the textbook. Things were much simpler to follow  when we were young as it came with no strings attached.  “Falling in love is easy, but escaping from it isn’t ” was a thing which was never taught by neither the school professors nor any books.  There is no book of instructions or precautions, to be taken before going through the life’s greatest adventure- love .

Religion connects people to their respective God, and love is felt when two people’s heart connect. But does religion and love go hand in hand?! Mm, maybe well not in every case. Despite all differences between them ; their culture, traditions, behavior, religion, family background  ; the strongest force of attraction- love bound them together and kept them going. They believed that God is one and all He wanted to see was happiness blossom everywhere in his kingdom – the world.  But their relationship had to finally drop the anchor , as they belonged to different religions and communities.

 The Gods’ had written a perfect ending to their special story too , but it wasn’t well coordinated among the Gods because of an invisible wall His own creation made – religion. Despite all efforts to fight for their oneness, they had to give way for their story to happen, the way it was meant to be because they didn’t want to go against God’s will or agitate Him and cause trouble or mishaps for their families , according to what the world conveyed to them.

Society, in the name of religion broke down a bridge between two hearts and opened the gates to an incomplete story, once again. They wished that their children could believe in some new religion which taught them to love and not hate someone .

 

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Aiswarya Menon
" Writing is the painting of the voice"... - Voltaire
"Writing is an exploration. You start from nothing and learn as you go" - E.L.Doctorow
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