Nevada (US), July 25 (ANI): Religions should rethink their strategies to keep coming generations in spirituality and religion fold, religious statesman Rajan Zed stated in Nevada (USA) today.
If religious leaders and organizations and parents did not attend to this challenge more effectively, in this consumerist society, we could lose a large chunk of our bored youth to other marketplace players, which could be more powerful, attractive and vocal than religion and spirituality, Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, argued.
Rajan Zed further said that in this age of complexities and distractions, religions needed to come up with creative and new practices, norms, and ideas to make their product more competitive to put spirituality on the priority list of youth, many of whom appeared to feel alienated.
Show sincerity and honesty in your interactions with youth and enhance your understanding of their subculture, Zed suggested.
A spiritual world would be a better place to live than a non-spiritual world, Rajan Zed added. (ANI)