Dharmic Faith- the cosmic knowledge of how the same man imbibes the Good and the Evil within him.

When Fighting the evil there is one danger every fighter who stands for the Good must know. Evil has a very cunning power to enter the mind, mentality and body of the fighters of the Good, when the Good starts employing those tactics which are typically evil in themselves.
   In Ramayana, Rama knew about this particular quality of the evil. Hence , immediately after arrowing down Ravan, he asked Laxman to sit  by the leg side of Ravan and apologise the great learner and a great devotee , and all the Good that Ravan had. Ram knew that the Good and the Evil , both live in the same human being . The victory or the defeat of any is only a matter of what the conscitiousness of that human being allows to be promoted in his own self. This is the definition of the Sanatan Dharm , where the Dharm is all about self-identifications of the good and the Evil. There is no good and evil given as a commandment by any supreme being or his prophet. It is all about your own self recognition. Therefore the dharmic faith proceeds to uphold the knowledge and learning as its chief feature. This is why it is called the Vedic religion, meaning the faith of the Knowledge and learning. Knowledge and Learning are the key tools which help a man identify the Good from the Evil. This religion, hence, promoted and held supreme those people in the society who had the knowledge, the cosmic knowledge of how everything , every action connects us to other thing on the continuum of time and space. For example , a person with bad psychology will, (in the continuum of future), suffer a bad consequence. The Vedic culture called it the ''Brahma gyan'', and the people who had it as the ''Brahmins''.


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