A continuous debate ensues between atheists and theists. Due to the individual's inability to understand the totality of creation, this chasm continues to widen and it has turned in to a fad to say - I do not believe in GOD. Aside from true atheists like Sai Master - before he attained Siddhi through the grace of Shirdi Sai Baba, there is no one who can prove the non-existence of a Supranatural force, which many call by various names, viz., GOD, Almighty, Eternal Truth etc..
Pujya Acharya Sri Ekkirala Bharadwaja, in his search for eternal truth, penned one fine book, named VIGNANA VEECHIKALU (Breezes of Knowledge).
In this, he explained very lucidly how a supranatural force exists beyond doubt, and he proved the same from the perspective of physics, chemistry, zoology, botany, mathematics, genetics etc.. He went through numerous artiles and books written by great scientists and quoted extensively from them in this small book and proved beyond doubt how one can experience the supranatural force.
According to him, all religions characterize GOD as being:
1) Nameless and shapeless
3) Cause for creation, sustenance and destruction
He puts it very succinctly to a layman how anyone interested can prove the existence of such a GOD (irrespective of religion) or Supranatural force.
But why should one know about this? Why can't we just believe that GOD exists? Because believe blindly without understanding lends strength to those who question the existence of such that everyone must be a seeker and try to understand more about the great event called - CREATION and the individual's part in that beautiful event. He also says, to gain a better understanding, everyone should read more about Mahatmas (Great souls and Saints) so that we can understand and appreciate the value of life and good living.
Through this book, if more people are converted in to seekers, rather than being mere atheists, Sai Master says, the book would achieve its set objective.
May everyone understand, contemplate and try to live their role as human beings, and thus play a part in enabling society to move on the right path.
JAI SAI MASTER !