Our moral compass may tell us one thing today, but tomorrow is another. We call it consciously, that little voice inside of us that tells us what or what not to do. We all believe in something. Now, before I continue to write this article, whether you are an atheist or a believer to dedicate, we must remember to be patient and tolerant, even in the midst of our own beliefs. It is this prospect, genuine prospects that we have towards our fellow man and woman that we should follow. We are all different, and that we can all agree.
Religion is a taboo topic. It is a sensitive one at that. We hear about the conflicts between religious sects and faith groups every day. Read the latest news feed and it's probably about this subject. Religion is a controversial issue for many. People have fought and died defending their religious beliefs. Listen to the radio, watch your local news channel and be reminded of its tragic result. Religious conviction can be a powerful and vindictive tool in the hands of people.
But there is another side of religion that many media types are usually ignored. The news has been set up so that we only hear about the worst that the world has to offer. Unfortunately, we had reason to believe that the news is not news, if there is a tragic conclusion. Religion, when there is peace and public gatherings, inspires us to celebrate the moment with decorations, music and forms. Let's not forget about the people who are suffering. They are all in our thoughts and prayers.