“There’s nothing worth carving out of this deficient piece of stone”, Italian sculptor Duccio said centuries ago. Like him, many said same lines to describe their gloomy view of life through philosophy, sciences, art, politics etc. Here’s what we at Universalist Radha-Krishnaism say to that.


Beauty touches and renews our hope when it takes us out of the grid of ordinary time and brings us to another place, a place where history ceases and the weight of memory relents, a place ever ancient and ever new. — John O’ Donohue


God is the source of life. And if God is the source of life, the only way I can worship God is by living fully. And I’ve got to dedicate myself as a follower of this God to building a world where everybody has an opportunity to live fully. — John Shelby Spong


I spend my time, not rejecting the way the Christian story has been understood, but rejecting the literalism that has been imposed upon it. My secular humanist friends would reject the whole story. — John Shelby Spong