Then there is fundamentalism and dogmatism which might have been working well for some religions, at least for a while. As the world becomes more educated and the living standard of people increases, not to speak of the endless entertainment that they can indulge in, less people will seek comfort in those rigid dogmas, especially if they are psychologically threatened to accept them. This is why once powerful western religions are dying in the West with the speed of a natural development rather than being attacked by some external political force or aggressive secular policy handed down by a godless autocratic government. - Anam Thubten Rinpoche
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