(Dandavats.com) – Comparisons – Impersonalism and Bhakti yoga.
Arguments against impersonalism
Impersonalism denies the existence of a personal God who cares for us and can provide us with love, guidance, and support.
It leads to a sense of hopelessness and despair, as there is no ultimate purpose or meaning to life.
It denies the possibility of a personal relationship with God, which can be a source of comfort and inspiration for many people.
Impersonalism often leads to a sense of detachment and apathy towards the world and other living beings.
It can lead to a lack of empathy and compassion towards others, as there is no recognition of the unique worth of each individual.