Science Vs. Spirituality — Mutually Exclusive?

Paul Gauguin [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons ( Attribution not legally required)
Borrowed from http://www.revivaloftrueindia.com/2013/01/science-spirituality-india.html

Why the hunger behind a work-in-progress?

Why adjacent possibility?

https://quaternary.stratigraphy.org/workinggroups/anthropocene/
Photo by Sarah Ball on Unsplash

What does the future hold?

  • Thinking about disposal of plastic before making it part of our daily living.
  • Thinking about security before developing and revealing something as powerful as the Internet. {Today BlockChain technology is our solution for incorruptible, unfailing, transparent, distributed technologies. But it took its time coming.}
https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/edmund_burke_379415?src=t_abuse

“A friendly study of all the world’s religious scriptures is the sacred duty of every person.” ~Mahatma Gandhi

https://www.ted.com/speakers/anjali_kumar

Virtue Reigns Supreme

  • displays the world for what it is via Science, AND
  • broadens our understanding of human nature, evil vs. good, right from wrong, compassion, and service to others. Scriptures can speak clearly to the heart and conscience, when one reads for oneself with open mind and heart.
  • Science helps with displaying my public self. It helps me transact decently and constructively in the modern world.
  • Spirituality, reveals my better self. I gain strength and endurance from spiritual discourse and religious scripture.
“Sidewalk sign displaying "Good Vibes Only" on Sunset Strip” by MARK ADRIANE on Unsplash

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“What we observe is not Nature itself, but Nature exposed to our method of questioning.” ~Werner Heisenberg

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“What we observe is not Nature itself, but Nature exposed to our method of questioning.” ~Werner Heisenberg