It Is

It is in having no religion that the mind of a man may lead him onward with responsible self-reason, as long as he does not succumb to fears or wishes of any kind. The forsaking of religion is the embracing of one’s mortal being; the abandoning of faith is the enriching of one’s realistic hopes; in the eviction of sacrifice begins the welcoming of desire and happiness; in the treading of God and Allah into dust springs the singing fountain of refreshing waters; from the love of life comes the love of life.

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