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A brief description of my philosophy.










My philosophy

I do not practice or advocate any religion. I was born a Hindu, have studied in a Christian school and college, and have been exposed to considerable Islamic influence. I consider all religions equal. I do not believe in renunciation, futility, fatalism or altruistic self-sacrifice. Existence is a great gift and must be enjoyed—though not in a mindless manner.

My code for living is based on the supremacy of rationality and reason, the belief that one must do one's best, and a conviction that one must have a proactive and affirmative approach to life. I see man as strong, ambitious, wise, principled and confident.

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Page created on 30th August 2004 and last reviewed on 23rd December 2012


Akhilesh Mathur, Berne, Switzerland

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