Swami Balendu describes how staff members liked the idea of non-violence and brought their children to the Ashram – but had difficulties following through.
Swami Balendu describes the two most common ways of violence by parents: when it is used as punishment or when they cannot control their anger.
Swami Balendu describes another form of violence: mental violence which is very common in all religions and which can be crueler than physical violence.
Swami Balendu describes how religion is still nowadays cruel in many places of the world. He warns people of forgetting that this happens in many places still today!
Swami Balendu tells people, who get very fascinated by old cultures and believe that ancient people were more spiritual, that they were also very barbarically cruel!
Swami Balendu writes a list of strange verses full of cruelty or unbelievable ideas which can be found in the Quran.
Swami Balendu gives examples of Hindu scriptures that show how outdated they are and how often cruelty is in the most holy scriptures.
Swami Balendu asks once more why scriptures should be taken literally. Read this list of rules for believing Christians.
Swami Balendu describes how religion controls with the concept of sin and guilt. People are driven by fear to do extreme harm to their body.
Swami Balendu describes a case in Norway where Indian parents lost custody of their son and daughter for feeding them with the hands and letting them sleep in their bed.