Orient and Occident – III  Structure – Knowledge

Orient and Occident – III Structure – Knowledge

It is easy to notice most of the defining differences between orient and occident. The religions of orient are rooted not in faith but in well evolved spiritual philosophies, unlike the Abrahamic religions that are rooted in faith. Experience of truth and happiness become primary in the former for this […]

 

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