20 July 2015

God is dead, we killed him

God is dead, we killed him

We surely know that few things in universe are invisible or unnoticeable but do exist like air, fragrance and sometimes emotions which can be felt but can never be seen.  There is some divine power which controls the whole universe. Nobody has seen the God but we believe that god exists. Sometimes, when we are alone and wonder that, who created this universe, who was the first and foremost creature on this earth and about its origin. Apart from the creature, who created The Earth itself, not only the Earth, who formulated the Universe? After thinking over all these mysteries things, we realize that we do not have any idea about it and how many decades of research is still required to solve this puzzle? There is always some sought of interrogation in our mind, that who is God? where does he live & how he monitors, the universe? We know that there is a divine power, which controls the whole world, named as GOD- The Father of The Universe. 

Undoubtedly we can say that, God exists. For example: whenever something wrong happens to us , the first word comes from our mouth is "oh! God" and its natural. In good times we thank god, in bad situations we ask God to help us. Since childhood, our parents teaches us to pray to God in every circumstances as he gives us life and we should thank him for this life. He is the creator of nature. He is our mentor. It is believed that we should repent to god, for our negative deeds and bad Karma.

God is dead and We killed him

German Philospher “Friedrich Nietzsche” has given a statement in “God is Dead” in 1882 collection “The Gay Science” in section 125. The Phrase God is dead means in a literal Sense that actually God is not here, who existed previously. Here he particularly targets Christian Community and explains that God Jesus is no longer present. Here, he conveys that Christians are no longer supposed to believe in God and its divine power. Nietzsche wants to say that God only exists in the believes  or imaginations of his followers and humans killed the God long time back or even years before. He explains Lack of morality, ethics & hypocrisies. Christianity became non existent due to increase of modern science & expansion of education. Belief in God is next to impossible due to nineteenth century factors such as state of arts, latest technology and upcoming modern researches. Man has become inanimate without God and has lost all the directions, purposes and motives of its life. Here he wants to enlighten our moral values, religion died and so, the God too, is dead and we failed to protect it. We killed God by giving importance to technology & science. We have forgotten our culture & moral values.

My God is not Dead

My God is not dead, he is alive. He is living inside us. I can feel him everywhere in my body, heart and soul. He roars like a lion inside me. I always believe in god  and trust that HE is alive and guiding me to the right paths of life and separating me away from the darkness. I trust there is a sole divine power in the whole universe that protects me from taking wrong decisions in life. And this power exists and enlightens within us but we need to realize it, feel it, with a constant & calm mind. Believing and having a trust upon is really important for anything. So, believe in God & see the difference that where you relocate yourself with the realization of God. perform each and every work with ethics and moral values, notice the difference in life you achieve.

Who said God is Dead
'Friedrich Nietzsche' grounded "God is Dead"
The meaning of "God is dead" by Nietzsche is relevant to modern generation who does not believe in God by heart and soul. Here he conveys that Christian moral values and their culture & ethics are forgotten. Our life is all about values, customs, culture & self respect of our ancestors and we are proceeding after science, technology & hypocrisies.


So, We can conclude on a note that, we should trust in God, our moral values, ethics, customs. Along with this, We should accept modernization of science as well as technology in education. If we really want to protect ourselves, then we need not to be after hypocrisies and should not accept all things together. This means technology is good and acceptable but not on the stake of our cultural values. Culture and customs lie in something which we are granted with, from our predecessors . This is the part of our responsibility to teach our descendants about our moral values along with the social values and acknowledge them to the divine power and creator, God.