Origin of the idea and Necessity

Skeletons of members of the ape superfamily, Hominoidea. There are two extant families: Hominidae, the “great apes”; and Hylobatidae, the gibbons, … pic source: Google.

Man, as he was endowed with intelligence, unlike the animals, began to think.He got curious about his surroundings and himself. He was bewildered bythe things that were out of his reach, like the sun, the moon, the stars etc.,and was amazed by the power of the wind which he couldn’t see.

From hiccups to wisdom teeth, the evolution of man has left behind some glaring, yet innately human, imperfections: pic source from Google.

But, as intelligence in people grew, this was not able to satisfy people that god will punish them if they committed any wrongs. This was disproved by their observation that even when certain individuals committed any wrongs, they were going unpunished. So they began to doubt the enforcers of god, and this started them thinking again. So, in order to stop such thought, a master stroke of brain created heaven and hell. Heaven was described as divine place where you went if you did everything good in your lifetime, believed in god, and strictly adhered to the principles of concerned religion.

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Siddarthareddy Chitiki

Siddarthareddy Chitiki

Institution of Civil Engineer and Interested in FilmMaking.