It is not wrong to say that the Taj is a dream in marble. It has a rare charm that casts its magic spell on visitors both from India and abroad who would have thought that a fanciful thought of love-lorn emperor would become a world famous monument. The Taj has become synonymous with India and the Mughals. It is a much awaited visit to Agra and the Taj that every couple young and old look forward to. The calm Yamuna that flows by its side adds to its beauty and majesty. I can never forget this visit as perhaps no visitor can who has known what love is.
Believing there’s no God stops me from being solipsistic. I can read ideas from all different people from all different cultures. Without God, we can agree on reality, and I can keep learning where I’m wrong. We can all keep adjusting, so we can really communicate. I don’t travel in circles where people say, “I have faith, I believe this in my heart and nothing you can say or do can shake my faith.” That’s just a long-winded religious way to say, “shut up,” or another two words that the FCC likes less. But all obscenity is less insulting than, “How I was brought up and my imaginary friend means more to me than anything you can ever say or do.” So, believing there is no God lets me be proven wrong and that’s always fun. It means I’m learning something.