To have faith in the Vedas and to accept the injunctions of the Veda is being regarded by the modern youth as outmoded and uncivilised. Young people today are not making an enquiry as to what is contained in the Vedas or in the Sastras (scriptures). They go further and say that those Have faith in the Vedas people who have faith in the Vedas and the Sastras are only having blind faith. If one argues, after acquainting oneself with the contents of what one is arguing about, one can argue for any length of time, but if a person is arguing without knowing the contents, it is not possible to have an argument. Our Vedas have been teaching us several aspects of Satyam or truth, of Jnanam or wisdom, and ofAnanta or infinity. We should ask ourselves whether the people who describe truth as truth and knowledge as knowledge are foolish, or the people who describe truth as untruth and knowledge as ignorance are foolish.