subjective depending on who one imagines their Creator to be. In contrast, a privilege is granted to a person by the church, the state, or someone of higher authority, and may be revoked as a consequence of the destructive misuse of the privilege (Dhamapada). In essence, rights are superior to privileges due to the mere fact that they are secure and perpetual to each individual throughout his/her lifetime. With the distinction of a right and a privilege being made, the next step can be taken to question
The Christian Bible mentions Jerusalem 154 times and Zion 7 times. In contrast, the columnist Moshe Kohn notes, Jerusalem and Zion appear as frequently in the Qur'an "as they do in the Hindu Bhagavad-Gita, the Taoist Tao-Te Ching, the Buddhist Dhamapada and the Zoroastrian Zend Avesta" which is to say, not once. This is something that we have to look at with sympathy to them. Even though the Muslims and Christians also believe it is theirs and have their proof. The Jews are people who have that
family home, ostensibly to take care of her father, but in reality to escape the nightmarish brutality her husband inflicts on her every night. Retrospection of the past leads to self realization in Saru. The epilogue of the novel taken from Dhamapada, authentically reflects her self realization: ‘You are your own refuge. There is no other refuge. This refuge is hard to achieve’.