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What is Right or Wrong?

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What's right? What's wrong? How do you know that the wrong is right and right is wrong? Right and wrong might be explained in dictionary in simple terms but in real life, it takes us ages to know what is right and what is wrong.
What you think is right but for me that can be wrong. ‘Nature & Nurture’ is what separate us in our thoughts. However, our definition of right & wrong is beyond this. It is formed, molded, developed and changed by everything small or big thing happening in our life. Tiniest part of our daily life affects our definition. Hence, what I think right today can also be wrong tomorrow. 
Now question comes, if it's so uncertain and fluctuating, does it this definition matter to anybody? Or even to us? Simple answer is yes, it does! If we don't differentiate between rights or wrongs we will keep on doing what's in our mind. The necessity of creation of gods, idols, rules, regulations is so that we, human being, does not run around like headles…

Religion Hoax!

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Who are we all? Indian, Canadian, Hindu, Christian, Jew or just a human being? There are different countries creating its own religion and when you are in country like India, each state creates its own religion. There is so much and there are so many religion that somehow I feel that people forgot what religion is about.

Being Hindu, I had few beliefs but as I grown, as I started reading or watch TV, I realise that religion is just a hoax created by human being to discriminate theirselves with another. To believe is also at some point is acceptable in doing what you want to do, but not when it tells you to blindly follow it or force others to do so. Religion doesnt tell you what is right or what is wrong. Also when you do something it's never right or wrong, it is just consequences. A thief takes 10 Rs from you might be wrong from your angle but it can be desperate act by a thief in the need of emergency. You charging customer extra for some more profit is also technically wrong …