No to “no religion”

No to “no religion” Recently I met a friend after a long time, let’s call him Patel. We both spent our teenage years together, then spent our adult hood in different countries and now we met again in India. If you live a large amount of time away from your family, society and country; there are certain things that change in your personality and the way you think compare to your folks back home. We both were experiencing the same changes (in different forms) which made us enjoy each other’s company even more.  In addition to having common ideas about … Continue reading No to “no religion”