This question (Are we all ‘atheist’ or 'agnostic in a pandemic'?) made me think about the impact of corona in a different way:
Not just some eastern philosophers but ecologists and environmentalists around the world view the world and the life in it as part of a single entity. "YATRA VISWAM BHAVATI EKA NEEDAM"--VEDA (Where the world is like a nest of birds) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasudhaiva_Kutumbakam
There were/are great men who are considered as the realizers of the cosmic consciousness and who know what God is. Now, the benefits of overall development in science are being used to enhance the ego in the name of religions. Another group of people, in their pursuit of the material advantage of science, misses the role of other organisms in sustaining life on earth.
Massive destruction of the lungs of the earth happened last year. It may be a coincidence that the giant pandemic, the corona-virus disease that infects the lungs, threatened the world followed by it. Even now humans are unaware of the subtle relationships in nature.
Believers as well as non-believers are becoming victims to this pestilence. Those who insist to follow the rituals imposed by religions, even when experts claim that isolation can counteract the corona virus, are now becoming headache to their own religion. Whether this is a man-made virus or not, the impact of this virus can change even some basic thoughts/rituals of man and religion. Over time, to many followers, religions are only means to fulfill their selfishness or a means to augment trade. Anything (even if it is not ecologically sound) is usually considered as a sacred deed. You may also verify the great changes happened in eco-friendliness of religions/believers over time. A critical thinking would reveal the truth.
In this current situation it seems to think (not sure) even the most orthodox in religions are on the verge of a rethought. (Even in this highly dangerous situation of a pandemic) It is a human nature that many followers who sipped the nectar of their own religion would wish to sustain their religion forever. There may also be unbelievers who pray in complete helplessness. If we could consider human nature of the whole world we would realize that religion is an inevitable part of human life. ("science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”: Einstein)
SO, MY QUESTION:
If God/religion is also important in addition to science or vice versa, unlike the question mentioned earlier, "in this condition, is there a great possibility of evolution in religions (whether it be believers of God or not) and to become AN ECOLOGICALLY SOUND SYSTEM (in order to make its both ends useful to promote peaceful life on earth) ?"