The railway line to Truth passes through many stations. At each station a number of passengers alight and make a tour of the township. Most of those who inspect any given town are not particularly drawn to it and reboard the train. However a small number of people feel an affinity with the town and decide to settle there. They have found an environment in which they feel comfortable and secure and have no desire to venture further. Each of the stations (townships) represents a particular school of thought, usually devised by and presided over by the founder of that belief system. So the people have found a religion and guru who they are sure teaches the only truth, or the best truth. I have stopped at many such stations and dwelt in the town sometimes for a very short period of time, and sometimes for many years. But eventually I found something lacking and boarded the next train to Truth. The vast majority of people appear to remain indefinitely in the town of their choice. If they produce children, they will teach their offspring that this particular town is the only proper place to live and in most cases the children will not have reason to question their parents' judgment. I have decided to stay on the train indefinitely. I do not believe the railway line to Truth has any terminus. I have long since bothered to alight at any of the stations. There seems to be no religion (belief system) that is better or more correct than all others. Gurus come and go. They too are mortal just like me. I anticipate and hope that I will still be on the train when the time comes for me to "die." Who amongst you needs a master or guru to look up to, or a group with which to identify in order to feel secure in this life?