Sunday, May 3, 2015
– Swami Brahmavidyananda
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Vivekananda believed that all religions are not only necessary, but essential to the human spirit which, due to race and culture, has the need for diversity as obviously expressed by the various paths and religions,” he explains. “Vivekananda never used the words ‘religious tolerance’ because that infers one’s sense of superiority over another. He always preferred to say ‘religious acceptance’.”