What school of thought will eventually replace religion, or will we just end up with new religions?

We have read the Bible and the Apostle Paul, Darwin and Professor Dawkins; we have accumulated enough experience and knowledge to reach the ORIGIN of religiosity—our constant, infantile need for a child-minder.

Jesus tells us: “I tell you the truth, unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 18:2-4)

In this case, it is not the kingdom of the truth, but the one of the self-interested human longings for eternal life, feasts at a king’s table, thrones of judges and material gains, which Jesus promised.

While observing the world’s development, I am gaining confidence that it is logical that more and more people choose to grow up to taking personal responsibility for their way of thinking, behaviour and lifestyle. Many will be able to outgrow the dependence on the public paternity of organisations of any nature.

Organisations impose a particular model of thinking and behaviour, and thus distort the individuality of those who entrust their lives to them. The future can neither belong to teachings claiming that all who do not follow them deserve eternal torture in Hell; nor to such defining the faith in God as a result of a mental deviation.

School of thought sounds good, but we have to remember that if any teaching ignores the common sense, built upon the accumulated life experience, conscience and spirituality, it could easily become the next religious / atheistic organisation.

Man needs knowledge to serve only the interests of the Organism of Life (Sun, Earth, living creatures…) free of dogmatism, fanaticism, superstition and antagonism.