Some assert that “the mystery of life is not a problem to solve but a reality to experience.” 
Increasingly, around the world, people describe themselves as “humanist.” They assure us that this life is the only one we have, that the world is a natural place with absolutely no supernatural side, and that we have the freedom to shape our own lives as we like.
This doctrine—its faithful clinging to the tenets religiously—leads to what, and is based on what?

Devamrita Swami