Humanism is the best religion

Humanism is the best religion

Humanism is the best religion

12.40 Kolkata Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport.
This is Azad’s first visit to Calcutta.
Wow, the airport is very beautiful.
Where will Dada go?
How much is the rent of the Newmarket?
Dada, everyone takes fifteen hundred rupees. You will give me at least twelve hundred rupees.
Why rent so much money?
Brother, I’m taking less from you.
All right, Brother.
Azad parked his car in front of a hotel in New Market.
Freshened up with a room in the hotel, Azad went to have lunch.
Wow, the food in Kolkata is quite cheap.
Yes, brother, your Bangladesh is expensive.
Hmm. However, your car rental is much higher. It took 1200 rupees to come to New Market from the airport.
What are you telling Brother? Cheated on you
There is also a cheater in Calcutta. Shala cheated on me.
Azad cursed in his mind. Azad’s mood got worse.
Azad toured the city of Calcutta for a few days.
One day Azad went to a shopping mall and did some shopping. Azad has no wallet in his pocket to pay the bill.
Azad finds all the pockets
Any problems, sir?
Yes. I have lost my wallet.
Azad came out of the shopping mall.
All I had to do now was have all my dollars in my wallet. Where can I get money now? How do I pay for my hotel? How do I back in Bangladesh?
Azad was in great danger. And so he decided to ask people for help. Azad approached some people standing by and asked for help.
I have come to Kolkata from Bangladesh. My wallet was taken by a pickpocket. The wallet had all I had to say. I have no money now. I don’t understand how to pay the hotel bill and how to go to Dhaka. If you help me a little.

It is true that in the media, we often get reports of various forms of persecution against Muslims in India. But we Hindus and Muslims live together in Calcutta. You can’t believe how close we are without seeing it with your own eyes. –Humanism is the best religion


So everyone helped a little bit.
Thank you very much. But I need a lot more money.
Those who helped Azad left saying they could do nothing more.
Suddenly a lady came and asked,
Tell me what the problem is?
Azad told all the facts.
Didi, I don’t know what to do.
Then the lady said,
Since you have called me Didi, I will make all the arrangements for your departure.
Really sister will you help me?
Yes really.
The lady’s name is Priya Rani Kar. He paid the hotel bill as usual. Then he cut the return ticket to Dhaka. Azad’s flight tomorrow morning. Priya Rani Kar said I will go to the airport to say goodbye to you.
Priya Rani Kar arrived at the airport just in the morning. He also brought some shopping for Azad. Azad was very surprised.
Didi, when I was in danger, I thought I was a Muslim and no one would help me. But no one gave me back. But Didi, what you did for a Muslim man like me as a Hindu is beyond my comprehension. An incredible fact of my life.
It is true that in the media, we often get reports of various forms of persecution against Muslims in India. But we Hindus and Muslims live together in Calcutta. You can’t believe how close we are without seeing it with your own eyes. There are some bad people who spread hatred among people but this number is not high. Our religion also says to stand by the side of people in danger. It is the moral duty of human beings to help the endangered.
Didi, can I ask you something?
Tell me what you want to know?
Why did you help me so much?
Ok listen then
Several years ago, my husband and I went to Dhaka to visit Cox’s Bazar. But we are forced to give everything of snatchers on the streets. Like you, we want help from people. Many have helped, many have avoided.

Islam has never told us to treat non-Muslims or people of other religions unfairly. Instead, he said to treat everyone well and stand by them in danger. _Humanism is the best religion

Meanwhile, a man wearing a bearded hat came and listened to everything. He was a cloth merchant. He then took us to his house to stay. He arranged for us to stay, cooked, and ate separately.
We walked around Cox’s Bazar beach from his house for two days. Then he arranged for us to return to Calcutta.
We, like you, asked him, why did you become a Muslim and help a Hindu?
Then he told us,
Allah Ta’ala said, “And speak kindly to people.” (Surat al-Baqara: 63). Here Muslims or non-Muslims are asked to speak nicely and politely to everyone.
A Jewish boy used to come and go to our Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). One day he could not find the boy and looked for him. It was learned that the boy was ill. He immediately went to her house and began to care for her.
Islam has never told us to treat non-Muslims or people of other religions unfairly. Instead, he said to treat everyone well and stand by them in danger.

We wanted to give him the money back in Calcutta but he refused to take any money. He often came to Calcutta on business and of course, come to visit our house.
And so I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to help you. Don’t think of it as a reward again. Benefits are never reciprocated. You will take it as the love of one man for another man.
Tears came to Azad’s eyes when he heard everything. Didi, I will never forget your love. Azad said goodbye to his sister in Kolkata and entered the airport.

Moral of the story: No religion says to spread violence and hatred. So let us spread love among people(Humanism is the best religion). Whether you are white or black, rich or poor, Hindu or Muslim, native or foreign, our first identity is human. Man is God’s greatest creation. Therefore, it is not desirable that the behavior and activities of the greatest human beings should ever be bad.
The Qur’an says, ‘You are the best nation! You have come for the good of mankind. ‘(Surah Al-Imran: 110).
Note: All the events and characters in this story are fictional. Maybe go with someone. Let us not change ourselves through this instructive story. God will help us all to understand right.

(Forgive the mistake)

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