Under the sway of modern propensity characterized by objective activities of the modern man, the youths hitherto consider themselves to have attained a great deal of modern civilization by exploring the energy of the carnal self; whatever attainment reached by the youths which does not elevate our understanding towards the consolidation of our values, will only help to accelerate our predicament and thus devalue our sense of proper judgment thereby making mockery of our values.
Oscar Wilde, the great 19th Century British (Dublin) aesthetician, while exhorting the might and grace in youthful life, admonished the youthful Mr Gray thus: “The gods have been to you. But what the gods gave, they quickly take away.
In the words of one of the Greek great Philosophers (Plato), he asserts “A man cannot enquire about that which he knows, or about that which he does not know, for if he knows, he has no need to enquire; and if not, he cannot, for he does not know the very subject about which he is to enquire.” For David Hume, “All reasoning concerning matter of fact seems to be founded on the relation of cause and effect.”
In world history, the twentieth century will be remembered for all the religious insurrections, rascalism and unrests it witnessed. In every continent of the world there is a troubled spot rooted in religious intolerance. Europe has her own share of religious conflicts.