By Mirza I Ashraf

Is there a genuine meaning of life for one who rejects existence of divinity? Or can a person realize a significant life if one abandons faith in providence? Since death is in store for everyone, is life absurd and tragic because it is finite? Human beings faced with such existential dilemma would cry out, “Can we be happy or why we live if there is no God, if there is no immortal soul, no resurrection or no purpose immanent in nature?” Living a life without God, declining that the universe has a divine purpose but given the existence of evil, is there a basis for moral conduct? . . . . and so on.


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