“Regulations are meant for human beings, not for animals. The traffic regulations on the street, telling people to keep to the right or the left, are meant for human beings, not for animals. If an animal violates such a law, he is never punished, but a human being is punished. The Vedas are not meant for the animals, but for the understanding of human society.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 4.26.6 Purport)
Friend1: You get this perspective even from people who are so-called religious.
Friend2: Define that, please.
Friend1: They believe in God. They are not foolish enough to consider that everything came to be through randomness or collisions of chemicals.
Friend2: After all, if such collisions could create something amazing like the sun, why not reproduce the result?
Friend1: Oh, they are on their way. Trust them. Give it some time.
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