It was a hot summer noon in Bangalore. Sr Nirmala and Sr Jyothi sat with their mugs in a popular café, sipping their favorite beverages. They were discussing the prohibition of mobiles, laptops, and the internet during formation, prevalent in many religious congregations. They argued if it was the right way forward in a world going through a communication and information revolution.Login to read more
The author is Professor of Philosophy at Satya Nilayam, Chennai, and currently pursuing Doctoral studies at XIM University, Bhubaneswar.