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In the Hindu myth The Creation Death and Rebirth of the Universe it was interesting to me to see the importance and signifigance of the governing divine power known as VishnuThe divine power in The Creation Death and Rebirth of the Universe is Vishnu who takes several forms throughout the Creation to Rebirth cycle Vishnu plays an important role as he is the one to set up the world for humans to inhabit As he initally does this the humans are in a perfect state However the humans soon morally and socially decline Vishnu really doesnt posess any authority over the humans actions That is left up to them Consequently after many Maha Yugas or cycles of human life Vishnu reappears as Shiva and destroys life on earth Soon after Vishnu then takes form as Brahma and creates life once again as the cycle continues This is evidence that although powerful Vishnu has really little control over the actions of people making him more of a non-omnipresent god and more of a finite being Vishnus objectives are to create and destroy the earth and keeping the cycle running and less dictating principle and virtue to humans To me an Atheist the religious principles contained in The Creation Death and Rebirth of the Universe are objectively more postive than other myths in that people are allowed to make decisions for themselves and the fact they are not constantly being watched for errors committed in life This allows people to not live in fear and also allows them to make their own destiny contributing to the betterment of humanity instead of pleasing a God or the lining the pockets of the local mouthpiece for a God I view the Hindu myth being as more Agnostic as it is clear to see that Vishnu is a creator and destroyer and not a dictator So far out of all the myths this one is the most human friendly
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