Welcome to the Science of Identity Foundation Insights & Inspirations Website.
The search for perfect wisdom and the attempt to live by such wisdom is an ongoing eternal challenge—and it is real. Thus, only the most courageous people will actually accept this challenge.
The question "Who am I?" is not a philosophical football meant to be kicked around coffeehouses by pseudointellectuals. It's a real-life question. Nothing is more important and more relevant than to know who you are.
When we see that each of us is an eternal spiritual entity—relatives and brothers in the truest sense—then we will become peaceful individually and also as a society. There is no other way for human society to be peaceful.
If a bird in a cage is not fed because we are only concerned with cleaning and polishing the cage, then the bird will die. Similarly, if we just take care of our physical body and neglect our inner spiritual needs, then we will starve.
Without respect for people of different races or ethnicities or religions, how can we have a peaceful and harmonious society or world? And without a harmonious society, how can there be the necessary economic development and atmosphere conducive to spiritual happiness and self-realization?
There is nothing more dangerous to real religion than fanatics who seek to lord over others by force in the name of God.
There's a saying: "Misery likes company." So-called religious fanatics are so miserable that they want to create as much havoc in society as possible. They want others to join them in their misery.
* Because the word “guru” means teacher, it is often used to refer to teachers of all kinds—be they teachers of music, ayurvedic medicine, cooking, etc. The title “Jagad Guru” is normally used to refer to spiritual teachers who have disciples all around the world from different places, nationalities, faiths, etc. However, in the deepest sense, “Jagad Guru” means a self-realized spiritual master whose teachings are relevant to and can be applied in the personal lives of every person—regardless of their ethnicity, nationality, or sect.