Principles of Drishtantoism

Neither theist nor atheist, but religious
Drishtantoism is a philosophy that is neither for theism nor for atheism. But it trusts that man is naturally religious….
By hook or by crook, Stephen Hawking also showed his theistic view, though he is known as an atheist to thinkers. Hawking said, “the universe is governed by the laws of science. The laws may have been decreed by God, but God does not intervene to break the laws.”….

Be good only for saving yourself and the world
At the time of highlighting the present principle, I have counted the speech, given by Protagoras: ‘Man is the measure of all things’….
A man must love another for both his and others’ welfare. That is, one will work only for oneself and one’s peaceful homeland….
Immanuell Kant said, ‘do duty for sake of duty’. His imperative is said totally unconditional….
In the principle, God is not neglected but avoided….
I observe Drishtantoism not only as a philosophy but also as a religion. But the religion is not ceremonial like so-called traditional religion…..

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